Getting to Queen's

Important information that may affect your travel arrangements


Please be aware that bus route 498 will be subject to delays, starting this week, and will continue for the next six months due to barrier replacement works between Brook St and Gallows Corner, resulting in lane closures.


There will be no weekend service between 6 February and 28 March from Ingatestone/Shenfield to London Liverpool Street. There will be a bus replacement service to Newbury Park.

Please make sure you allow extra time for your journeys for Queen’s and King George Hospitals.

There is a bus station within the grounds of Queen’s Hospital. Buses 128, 175, 193, 365, 496, 498, 499 and 898 all come into the hospital grounds.
Buses 103 and 174 serve Oldchurch Road, which is a 5 minute walk from the hospital. Pedestrian access is via Oldchurch Rise.
Buses 5 and 294 serve South Street, which is a 10 minute walk from the hospital. Pedestrian access is either via Rom Valley Way or Oldchurch Rise.
Bus 66 serves Eastern Avenue which is a 10 minute walk from the hospital with a footpath directly into the back of the hospital.

Queen's HospitalIf you are travelling to Queen’s by train, the closest station is Romford, which is part of Greater Anglia services. The hospital is a 10 minute walk away. Buses 128, 175, 193, 365 and 496 run between the hospital and the station.

The nearest tube stations are Dagenham Heathway (District line) then 175 bus, or Hornchurch (District line) then 193 bus into the hospital.

Public transport routes to Queen's

Car access is through the entrance on Rom Valley Way. If you are travelling by road via the M25, take Junction 28 (A12), then A125 or Junction 29 (A127) then A118 to Romford town centre. Follow the signs to the hospital. There is more information on parking through the link to your left. Our postcode for your sat nav is RM7 0AG.

Cycle routes to Queens Hospital

Queen’s Hospital is close to the Romford Town Centre and is well connected with the main Romford cycle routes. As published in Havering Council’s Romford Cycle Route map there is a cycle route ring around the site connecting Old Church Road and Rom Valley Way to the front of the Hospital and Dagenham Road and Rush Green Road/Roneo Corner at the back of the Hospital. The map also shows a 5 minutes ring which is an approximate cycling time from Romford station. There are also cycling/walking routes connecting the main roads into the Hospital site for e.g. via Hornford way and Rom Crescent from Rush Green Road and from pathways from Dagenham Road and Old Church Road.

For more information on cycling, please visit:

  • Cyclestreets - plan your cycling journey
  • Sustrans – find out all you need to know about walking/cycling
  • Transport for London – check public transport information and order free walking and cycling maps.
  • Cycling in Havering – information on training, maintenance classes, cycle security, ride groups.
  • Cycling in Redbridge - information on training, maintenance classes, cycle security, ride groups.

The main entrance to the hospital opens from 05.30 to 21:00 and you can exit via the main entrance until 22:00. After that time you can use the Accident and Emergency entrance. There are also dedicated entrances to Maternity and the Haematology and Oncology Centre.