Information for disabled visitors

Closure of Norbiton Station - 5th – 28th August 2017
No trains will call at Norbiton railway station between 5th and 28th August 2017 due to the planned upgrade of London Waterloo. Trains will run to Kingston and New Malden, but are expected to be busier than normal. Due to the planned works, local buses and roads in the area are also expected to be busier. If you are travelling to the hospital during these dates, please plan ahead and allow extra time for your journey. For further information about alternative travel arrangements please click here and select Norbiton on the dropdown menu.

The Trust is determined to ensure that disabled people are treated fairly and with dignity and respect when using our services.

Travel and Parking Information

New car parking charges will be in operation at the hospital from 3rd April 2017.

The new charges will affect all lengths of stay.

Please check the tariff amounts on the payment machines thoroughly before paying.

Underpaying for your car parking may result in a parking fine.  

Parking at the hospital is very limited, although we will try our best to help disabled patients and visitors arriving by car.  If someone is bringing you in a car, you can be dropped off outside the main entrance to Esher and Bernard Meade wings.  Waiting in the vehicle is restricted to 30 minutes at these drop-off points.

Blue badge holders:

You will need to register your vehicle the first time you come to the Hospital at main reception with your blue badge or by calling 0208 934 2003 or emailing your vehicle registration, blue badge number and its expiry date to you will have 24 hours to register. All blue badge holders can park in any visitor car parking space except staff parking areas.

Disabled parking spaces are available in the following areas:

Physiotherapy Department (Kingston Surgical Centre)

4 bays

Maternity Unit (Rear of Building)

2 bays

Esher Wing

5 bays

Day Surgery Unit (Car Park 2)

2 bays

Bernard Meade Wing (Car Park 1)

5 bays

Pain Clinic

2 bays

Maple Unit

2 bays

A&E (Car Park 3)

2 bays


Cars displaying valid, current, disabled badges may also park free of charge in the hospital's pay and display car parks.

Wheelchair access

All pedestrian entrances at Kingston Hospital are suitable for wheelchairs. There are disabled toilets in key locations around the hospital, including the main reception area. There are also passenger lifts on every level.

Wheelchairs to take disabled visitors to wards are provided in the main entrances.

Accessible public transport

Kingston hospital is served by a number of bus routes.  Low-floor, wheelchair accessible buses run on all the routes serving the hospital.

From Kingston Hospital forecourt

K2 and K4

From Galsworthy Road

K3, 57, 213 and N213

From Coombe Road (A238)

K2, K3, K4, K5

From Kingston Hill (A308)

57, 85, 213, N213

For further information on bus times and fares please contact Transport for London on 020 7222 1234 or 020 7918 3015 (Text phone). Alternatively, access Transport for London's Journey planner.

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