TRAVEL INFORMATION

The course will be held in the North Tower of the newly refurbished Royal London hospital that can be accessed via Stepney way or East Mount Street off Whitechapel Road. The radiology department is located on the first floor and can be accessed via (LIFTS!! –which CORE). Within the radiology department the iMac teaching room is located within the paediatric imaging department. Within the department the course will be signposted.

By tube and train

 

The closest tube station is Whitechapel which is on the Hammersmith and City line (Pink  line on the underground map) and the District line (Green line on the underground map) as well as the London Overground. The Royal London hospital is also a 15 minute walk from Aldgate tube station that is served by the Metropolitan (Purple line on the underground map) and Circle line (Yellow line on the underground map). The nearest National Rail station is Liverpool street. 

By car or taxi

There is no public parking at the hospital itself and the main drop off point for taxis is on Stepney way at the rear entrance of the Main Building.  If you do need to drive then use the postcode E1 1BB for SatNav but please note there is limited metered parking available on streets around The Royal London Hospital including; Turner Street, Ashfield Street, Varden Street and Cavell Street.

There are a small number of parking bays for drivers with Blue Badges, these are accessed via Raven Row. Drivers who are registered disabled and have a blue badge can also check where to park at on the Tower Hamlets council website. The hospital is located outside the congestion charging zone however please beware if you need to drive through the zone to get to hospital. Details are available on the Transport for London congestion chargin website. 

 

By bus

The following buses stop outside or close to the hospital on Whitechapel Road: numbers 25, 106, 205, 253 and 254. Low-floor wheelchair accessible buses run on all routes serving The Royal London Hospital. Please beware the Bicycle Superhighway route when alighting outside the Royal London hospital.

By bike

The Royal London is serviced by Bicycle Superhighway Route CS2, which runs from Bow to Aldgate. Cycle parking facilities are available around the hospital. Barclays cycle hire docking points are available on Whitechapel High Street.

The Radiology Department - 

First Floor

The Royal London Hospital

Whitechapel Road

Whitechapel

London

E1 1BB

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