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St Helier Hospital is located on Wrythe Lane in Sutton. You’ll find the Queen Mary's Hospital for Children here, as well as a 24-hour accident and emergency department, a maternity unit, an endoscopy unit, and a wide range of diagnostic facilities. The Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust service over 490,000 in south-west London and north-east Surrey. They see nearly 900,000 coming through their hospitals each year, and have almost 5,000 staff and 500 volunteers who keep things running.
The hospital has a restaurant, coffee shops, a tea bar, shop, pharmacy, a hairdressing service, as well as a bedside TV, phone and internet service, and a hospital radio. The hospital also has a Chaplaincy team that offers spiritual, pastoral and religious care to those of all religions, and those of none. There is also a chapel/multi-faith room if you want a quiet spot to reflect or pray.
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St Helier Hospital Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking at St Helier Hospital
Parking at St Helier Hospital is limited, so visitors are advised to use alternative forms of transport whenever possible.
St Helier Hospital parking is free for the first 20 minutes, and then the following costs apply:
- Up to 20 minutes: free
- Up to 1 hour: £3.00
- Up to 2 hours: £5.00
- Up to 3 hours: £6.50
- Up to 4 hours: £8.00
- Up to 5 hours: £10.00
- Up to 6 hours: £14.50
- More than 6 hours (daily maximum): £17.00
To pay for parking, take a ticket when you enter the car park, then go to a pay machine before you return to your vehicle to leave. The machines accept cash, credit and debit.
If you have not been seen within an hour of your appointment time, you will only have to pay £2.50 for parking.
If your appointment goes for at least an hour longer than it should have, you will only have to pay for the first hour of parking (£3.00).
The following people are entitled to a £5 per week inclusive rate ticket:
- Outpatients visiting the hospital 3 or more times a week.
- Patients receiving haemodialysis.
- Parents staying overnight on the paediatric wards.
- The family or next of kin visiting patients in any of the following areas:
- Intensive Care Unit
- High Dependency Unit
- Coronary Care Unit
- Neo-Natal Unit
- End of Life Care referrals
- Cardiac rehabilitation patients who are visiting the hospital on a 6-week (or longer) rehabilitation programme.
- Outpatients receiving Oncology treatment and visiting the hospital 2 or more times per week.
The relatives of patients who have been hospitalised for any longer than 2 weeks can purchase a £10 weekly discounted ticket after that first 2 weeks.
There are several restricted areas where you may not park. If you do park in these locations, you will be issued a parking charge notice:
- Bays marked for disabled badge holders only (if you don’t have a blue badge)
- Staff parking
- Areas marked for specific vehicles (e.g. ambulances)
- Any area marked for a specific usage (e.g. pick-up and drop-off bays)
- Any area where parking has been suspended
- Boxed areas marked in yellow paint
- Double yellow lines
There is a dedicated parking area for motorbikes near the entrance to Ferguson House. This doesn’t cost anything, and there are secure locking posts available. You will also find a covered bicycle shelter with locking hoops outside the main entrance on Wrythe Lane. There is also a bicycle parking area opposite D Block.
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By Train: The St Helier train station is a 20-minute walk from the hospital and services the Thameslink line.
By Bus: Several bus lines run by St Helier Hospital, including 151, 157, S1, S4, 154, 164 and 280. 151, 157, S1 and S4 all stop directly outside the hospital.
By Car: You will find St Helier Hospital 8 minutes’ drive from Sutton, 5 minutes’ drive from Carshalton, and 7 minutes’ drive from the Morden town centre.
Disabled Parking at St Helier Hospital
There are free parking bays that offer free parking for up to 3 hours for blue badge holders. You’ll find these outside of the A&E department, Queen Mary's, Maternity, D-Block, and Renal, as well as in the main visitor car park.
Please note that blue badge holders cannot park on double yellow lines or within box junctions, or within staff areas. Please make sure to properly display your badge and clock when using hospital car parks.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to St Helier Hospital, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
St Helier Hospital was one of the first NHS hospitals in the UK to offer free electric charging stations for visitors in April 2020.
You will find one charging station between the main entrance and D Block, and another opposite D Block near the Wrythe Lane exit.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Where is St Helier Hospital located?
It sits on Wrythe Lane, just 8 minutes’ drive from the Sutton city centre.
When was St Helier Hospital built?
Queen Mary laid the first foundation stone in 1938, and the first patient was admitted in 1941, although construction didn’t completely finish in 1942. And then, less than a month after construction finished, the hospital was hit by a bomb during a raid in World War Two. It was hit again by two more bombs in June 1944. Of course, it rebuilt, and is still going strong today.
What services does St Helier Hospital offer?
- 24-hour A&E department
- Maternity unit (includes a home-from-home birth centre,)
- Endoscopy unit
- MRI and CT scanning
- Vascular diagnostic services
- South West Thames Renal and Transplantation Centre
- Queen Mary's Hospital for Children
What other facilities does St Helier Hospital have?
- The Dining Room restaurant: open 7am - 5pm Monday – Friday.
- Subway: open Monday to Friday, 9am - 8pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 8pm.
- The All Good Coffee shop: open 7am - 8pm Monday to Friday and 8am - 8pm on Saturday and Sunday.
- Costa coffee cart: open 9am - 3pm Monday to Friday.
- League of Friends shop and tea bar.
- Pharmacy: open 9am - 5.30pm Monday – Friday and 9am - 12.30pm Saturday, closed on Sundays.
- Hairdressing on Tuesdays and Fridays.
- Bedside TV, phone and internet service.
- Hospital radio.
- WiFi internet access.
- Chaplaincy and pastoral care services.
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Latest St Helier Hospital parking reviews
Great space, perfect locationEmma
Excellent parking space. Happy to use it again if needed.Fazal
Easy to find ,easy to park highly recommendLaura
Easy to find/access. Spoke to friendly owner. Would definitely recommend.Nancy
Easy to find nice wide space. Seems like a nice safe area close to station and bus stopJonathan
Highly recommend this place for parking your car. CCTV onsite what more can you ask for. Plus the owner, more like your friend.Kumar