West Middlesex University Hospital

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Address

West Middlesex University Hospital
Twickenham Road
Isleworth
Middlesex
TW7 6AF

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Public transport

You can plan your journey by public transport by using the following link. https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/

Tube

  • Hounslow East—Piccadilly Line (1.5 miles away)

Rail

  • Syon Lane (0.5 miles away)
  • Isleworth (0.5 miles away)

Bus

Hospital grounds:

  • 110—from Twickenham
  • 117—from Staines (passes Isleworth rail station)
  • 481—from Kingston

Twickenham Road:

  • 267—from Hammersmith or Fulwell
  • H28—from Cranford or Syon Lane

Other (10 minute walk):

  • H37—from Hounslow to Richmond
  • 235/635—from Sunbury to Brentford
  • 237—from Hounslow Heath to Shepherd’s Bush
  • N9—from Heathrow Airport to central London

Car Parking

We operate two parking systems:

  • Pay on foot: The main car park at the front right of the hospital is a ticketless  ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) barrier system. Cameras register the number plate of the car before entry. Before leaving the hospital, you will need to enter your  license plate number into one of the pay machines which are located in the entrance of the main building and pay the requested fee. Once the car parking charge for the registered number plate has been paid, the camera at the barrier will automatically recognise the number plate of the car and open the barrier accordingly.

  • Pay and display: Pay and display spaces are sign-posted around the hospital. A valid ticket must be clearly displayed at all times. 

Please make sure that you do not park in any of the restricted areas or spaces reserved for staff.

Car parking charges

The minimum charge of £2.00 for up to 1 hour. The Trust cannot accept liability for loss or damage caused to vehicles or contents while parked within the car park.

Daily:       

  • up to 1 hour—£2.00   
  • 1–2 hours—£3.50
  • 2–3 hours—£5.00
  • 3–4 hours—£6.00
  • 4–5 hours—£7.00
  • 5–8 hours—£7.00
  • 8–12 hours—£9.00
  • 12–24 hours—£12.50

Disabled drivers

There are 32 disabled car parking bays across all site parking facilities, with 20 bays being in the main car park, close to the main entrance. Please note that disabled blue badge parking is free of charge at West Mid but you must display a valid blue badge permit to park in the designated disabled bays.

The car park system is a ticketless numberplate recognition system. This means that the entry barrier will lift once it has recorded your number plate. The process for blue badge holders is as follows:

  • Enter the car park and park your vehicle in a disabled space
  • Place your disabled blue badge permit in the windscreen of your vehicle
  • Once you have completed your visit, return to your vehicle and make your way to the exit barrier
  • At the exit barrier press the help button to call the service desk
  • Once the service desk operator answers, make it known to the operator that you are a blue badge holder
  • The service desk operator will instruct you to hold up your blue badge to the camera located at the exit barrier
  • Once the operator has validated your blue badge, the exit barrier will be lifted for you so you can exit the car park
  • If you require assistance when you arrive, please ask security, located behind the main reception desk

Please note: This is a temporary process for blue badge holders. The Estates team are developing a process where blue badge holders can apply for parking at the West Mid site and qualified users will be added to the car park system, so barriers will automatically open on approach. Look out for further details.

Drop-off point

There is a drop off point directly in front of the main hospital building. Drivers may drop off elderly and disabled patients outside the main entrance however parking in this area is not permitted.

Discretionary exemptions and concessions

We offer a limited number of concessionary parking permits and dedicated parking bays for patients, relatives or carers attending the hospital for a prolonged period of time and who meet the qualifying criteria. Please note that only one concessionary permit is available per patient/relative/carer. 

In order to qualify for a concessionary permit you must:

  • Be a carer to an inpatient having attended the hospital for a minimum of five consecutive days using public parking facilities, paying the appropriate fee
  • Have attended six days per month as an outpatient using public parking facilities, paying the appropriate fee
  • Have attended for a minimum of two days if you are the carer of a patient in the children’s ward or Special Care Baby Unit having used public parking facilities, paying the appropriate fee

For more information on the concessionary parking scheme please speak to a senior member of ward/clinic staff or collect an application form from the main reception in the hospital atrium.

    Motorbike

    Motorbikes and scooters can park for free at the hospital—however, please be considerate about where you park and avoid causing an obstruction.

    Bicycle

    There are a number of  bike racks located to the front and sides of the main hospital building—please do not lock your bicycle to railings or fences near entrances as they may block access.

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