Queen's Hospital

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Queen's Hospital
Rom Valley Way


0330 400 4333

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Getting to Queen's Hospital

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Bus routes

There is a bus station within the grounds of Queen’s Hospital. Buses 5, 128, 175, 193, 365, 496, 498 and 499 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 248 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.


If you are travelling to Queen’s Hospital by train, the closest station is Romford, which runs service on the Elizabeth line, London Overground and Greater Anglia. The hospital is a 15 minute walk away. Buses 128, 175, 193, 365 and 496 run between the hospital and the station.

London Underground

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


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


Queen’s Hospital is close to 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 Oldchurch 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 five minute 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 eample via Hornford Way and Rom Crescent from Rush Green Road, and via pathways from Dagenham Road and Oldchurch 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 is open between 5.30am and 9pm and you can exit via the main entrance until 10pm.

After that time you can use the Emergency Department entrance. There are also dedicated entrances to Maternity, Renal and the Haematology and Oncology Centre.

Parking at Queen's Hospital

Multi-storey car park

The multi-storey car park is operated by automatic number plate recognition (ANPR). The entry barriers will rise when your number plate has been recognised and you won't need to collect a paper ticket on entry.

Patients and visitors can park on the ground and first floor, and designated area of the second floor of the multi-storey car park.

When you leave the hospital, pay your tariff at the machines located between the main entrance and the car park. The machines accept cash and contactless payment. If you don't pay, the exit barrier will not let you out.

Blue badge holders

If you’re a blue badge holder, you can park for free in the dedicated car park at the front of the hospital. You must pay to park elsewhere.

Other parking areas at or near Queen's Hospital

We have a dedicated parking area for those undergoing cancer treatments including blue badge holders. Parking is available at the main entrance to the Oncology and Haematology department. Parking is free on treatment days (ticket available from main Oncology reception) and charges are applicable at all other times.

Motorcycle parking is available at the front of the hospital.

There are drop-off bays for the nursery, maternity unit, and emergency department.

For information about paying for parking at the surface level Oldchurch Rise car park operated by Havering Council, please visit their website

Wards at Queen's Hospital

  1. Amber A ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 223

  2. Amber B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 089

  3. Bluebell A ward

    Telephone: 01708 503 819

  4. Bluebell B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 010

  5. CCU ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 335

  6. Clementine A ward

    Telephone: 01708 503 638

  7. Clementine B ward

    Telephone 01708 503 137

  8. Coral ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 399

  9. Cornflower B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 092

  10. Harvest A ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 112

  11. Harvest B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 494

  12. HDU ward

    Telephone: 01708 503 613

  13. ITU ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 334

  14. Jubilee ITU

  15. Mandarin A ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 090

  16. Mandarin B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 091

  17. Medical Receiving Unit

    Telephone: 01708 435 181

  18. Neuro Critical Care ward

    Telephone: 01708 503 131

  19. NICU

    Telephone: 01708 435 115

  20. Ocean A ward

    Telephone: 01708 503 748

  21. Ocean B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 374

  22. Post natal ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 083

  23. Queen’s Frailty Unit

    Telephone: 01708 504 220

  24. Sahara A ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 363

  25. Sahara B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 151

  26. Sky A ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 530

  27. Sky B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 274

  28. Sunflower Suite, haematology and oncology day centre at Queen's Hospital

    Telephone: 01708 435 285

  29. Sunrise A ward

    Telephone: 01708 503 183

  30. Sunrise B ward

    Telephone: 01708 435 076

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