Epsom Hospital provides an extensive range of inpatient, day and outpatient services, and has a busy accident and emergency (A&E) department. The vast majority of elective (pre-booked) operations at the trust take place at Epsom Hospital.
We have an extensive range of diagnostic and supporting services at Epsom Hospital, including pathology, radiology (including CT, MRI and ultrasound) and vascular diagnostic services, and a busy modern purpose-built day care and day surgery unit.
The Elective Orthopaedic Centre (opens in a new window) (the EOC) is based at the hospital, providing orthopaedic services to patients from St George's, Croydon Health Services and Kingston hospitals in addition to patients from Epsom and St Helier hospitals.
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (opens in a new window) provides acute inpatient psychiatric services from the hospital.
Getting to Epsom Hospital
Please note that parking is limited so please use an alternative mode of transport where possible.
Epsom Hospital, Dorking Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 7EG
Travelling by bus
The following buses stop outside Epsom Hospital:
- E5: Langley Vale - Epsom - Watersedge
(departs approximately every half hour from Epsom Clock Tower. The service only runs past the hospital every two hours) - see the bus timetable for E5 bus (opens in a new window)
- 166: Epsom Hospital - Epsom - Banstead - West Croydon (hourly Monday to Saturday, no service on Sunday) - see the bus timetable for 166 bus (opens in a new window)
- 293: Epsom Hospital - Epsom - North Cheam - Morden (every 20 minutes peak) - see the bus timetable for 166 bus (opens in a new window)
- 408: Epsom - Ashtead - Leatherhead – Cobham (approximately every hour Monday to Friday) - see the bus timetable for 408 bus (opens in a new window)
- 479: Epsom - Ashtead - Leatherhead – Guildford (every 30 minutes peak) - see the bus timetable for 479 bus (opens in a new window)
To travel by bus from St Helier Hospital to Epsom Hospital, take the 157 bus from St Helier Hospital to Morden. From Morden you can take the 293 to Epsom Hospital. Alternatively, you can take the 80 or 280 from Rosehill roundabout to Sutton Station and then catch the 470 to Epsom town centre.
Travelling by rail
There are direct services to Epsom station from London Waterloo, London Victoria, Sutton, West Croydon and Dorking.
Epsom Hospital is a 15-20 minute walk or a short taxi or bus ride from the station. Bus numbers E5, 166 and 293 depart from Epsom High Street; numbers 408 and 479 from in front of the clock tower.
Travelling by car
Car parking spaces are limited at the hospital. If you do wish to come by car, take the A24 towards Leatherhead from Epsom town centre. The hospital is on your left, after half a mile.
Infomation about parking at our hospitals, including charges and concessions.
There is a dedicated parking area for motorbikes by the Woodcote Green Road entrance to the hospital.
There is no charge for motorbike parking and the area has locking posts.
A sheltered area for parking bicycles is located near the main entrance to the Derby suite, opposite the visitor car park (Dorking Road entrance).
Further bicycle parking stands can be found outside the main entrance to the Elective Orthopaedic Centre (EOC, formerly known as SWELOC), Denbies wing (Woodcote Green Road entrance).
Cycle routes around Epsom Hospital are covered in:
- Surrey County Council’s Cycle Guide No. 3 (opens in a new window)
- Transport for London’s Cycle Guide No. 12 (opens in a new window)
Plan your journey
Finding your way around
Below is a map of Epsom Hospital to help find your way around. You will also find maps and directions to the different departments inside the hospitals. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please ask a member of staff.
Useful services and facilities
Food and drink
The Ingredients Restaurant is on the second floor of the Wells Wing, and serves sandwiches, salads, hot meals, snacks and drinks. Opening hours: 7am - 2pm, Monday to Friday.
Costa coffee shop
The Costa coffee shop, next to the restaurant, serves drinks, cakes and sandwiches.
Opening hours: 7.30am - 8pm Monday to Friday, 8am - 8pm Saturday and Sunday.
The WRVS tea room, in the Derby Suite, sells hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, snacks and confectionery. Opening hours: 9am - 4pm Monday - Friday.
The WRVS shop is to the side of the hospital, next to the Langley wing. It sells toiletries, small gifts and confectionery. Opening hours: 9am - 4pm Monday - Friday.
The Friends of Epsom Hospital shop is at the front of the hospital, near Derby Wing, and sells newspapers, cards and small gifts. Opening hours: 9am - 4pm Monday – Friday and 9am - 12pm Saturday and Sunday.
The Epsom Medical Equipment Fund shop is next to the lifts in the Wells Wing of the hospital. The shop sells sweets, chocolate bars, knitted baby clothes, drinks, jigsaws, bric-a-brac, bedsocks and soft toys. All money raised goes towards the buying medical equipment for Epsom Hospital.
Opening hours: Tuesday, 1pm - 5 pm, Thursday, 12noon - 5pm and Saturday 2pm - 5 pm.
Please note that debit and credit cards are only accepted at Ingredients restaurant and Costa. The shops and tea room only accept cash.
There is a pharmacy at the front of the hospital. Opening hours: 9am - 5.30pm Monday – Friday and 9am - 12.30pm Saturday. Closed on Sundays.
There is a cash machine on the ground floor of the Wells Wing, opposite the lifts. A charge is made by the operators for using their dispenser.
Bedside TV, phone and internet service
As an inpatient, you have access to a personal TV, phone and internet terminal for your individual use at most beds. This service is provided by Hospedia.
Read more about our bedside TV, phone and internet service
Epsom Hospital has its own radio station: Epsom Hospital Radio. You can listen to the station through the terminals by your bed.
WiFi internet access
As part of a national drive, led by NHS Digital, to make information more accessible to people using NHS services in England, free NHS wi-fi is now available across our hospitals.
To connect to the internet for free using the NHS Wi-Fi network, please follow these simply steps:
- Select ‘NHS Wi-Fi’ from the list of network names on your device.
- Once connected, you will see a message saying ‘You are connected’ and your browser will be redirected to the NHS website.
This will give you 12 hours of access to the internet (if you remain on site). After 12 hours, or the next time you are in our hospitals, you will need to repeat the above process.
Please note that at this time the service will not allow you to stream music or videos.
If you have any problems with this service, please call Wi-Fi Spark’s 24/7 UK helpdesk on 0344 848 9555 (calls to 03 numbers cost no more than a national rate call to an 01 or 02 number and count towards any inclusive minutes).