The Malvern Centre (Sutton Hospital)
The Malvern Centre at Sutton Hospital currently accommodates our Centre of Pain Education (COPE), where patients who suffer with chronic pain are helped to deal with their condition, and chronic fatigue syndrome clinics. We also run blood test (phlebotomy) clinics from the site. See Where to get your blood test (January 2020) [pdf] 654KB for details.
Getting to The Malvern Centre (Sutton Hospital)
Travelling by car: From Sutton town centre, take the Brighton Road (the B2230) towards Belmont. Turn left onto Cotswold Road (the B2218) and the hospital will be on your left. From the M25, leave the M25 at Junction 8 and join the A217 to Sutton. Continue for approximately eight miles until you reach a roundabout with a signpost for the B2230 Brighton Road to Sutton. After a small hump back bridge take the first turning on the right into Downs Road, then first left into Cotswold Road - the entrance to Sutton Hospital is a short distance down on the right hand side.
Car / Motorcycle / Cycle parking: Parking spaces are limited. Car parking is operated as a pay and display/pay by phone system. Purchase and display a pre-paid ticket at the time of parking from the machine located near the visitors car parking bays. You can only pay with coins at the pay and display machines so please ensure that you have sufficient coinage to cover the cost of your stay, OR, if you are paying by phone using your debit or credit card, call 01483 397 777 and quote the location code 2229, your payment details and your car registration number. (Instructions are available via the signage).
Disabled parking bays: Normal parking tariffs apply to blue badge holders.
Motorcycle & Cycle parking: There is no charge for motorbike or cycle parking, but please bear in mind that Sutton Hospital does not have a dedicated area with lockable posts to secure your cycle or motorbike.
Travelling by bus:
S1: Banstead-Sutton (stops on Brighton Road, 10 min walk)- Mitcham
S3: Worcester Park-Sutton (stops on Downs Road/Royal Marsden Hospital, 10-15 min walk)
S4: Roundshaw-Wallington- Sutton (stops on Downs Road/Royal Marsden Hospital, 10-15 min walk)
-Sutton-Rose Hill-St Helier
80: Banstead-Belmont-Sutton Hospital (stops outside on Cotswold Road, 5-10 min walk))-Morden-Hackbridge
280:Belmont-Sutton Hospital (stops on Brighton Road,10 min walk)-Sutton-Rose Hill-Mitcham–Tooting
420:Sutton (stops outside on Cotswold Road, 5-10 min walk)-Banstead-Preston-Tadworth-Reigate-Redhill-East Surrey Hospital- Whitebushes
Travelling by rail: Sutton Hospital is served by both Belmont and Sutton stations. Belmont station is approx. 10 minute walk from the hospital and has direct services to West Croydon and London Victoria. Sutton station is a 15-20 minute walk or a 5 minute bus journey from the hospital. Bus numbers S1, 80 and 280 depart from outside Sutton station. There is also a black cab rank outside the station, and a taxi journey takes around 5 minutes. Direct rail services run to Sutton from Epsom, Croydon, London Bridge, London Victoria, Clapham Junction and Wimbledon.
Cycle routes to Sutton Hospital are contained in Transport for London's Cycle Guide No. 12 (opens in a new window).
Plan your journey
Finding your way around
You can view, print and download a map of The Malvern Centre at Sutton Hospital below to help find your way around. You will also find maps and directions to the different departments. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please ask a member of staff.
Useful services and facilities
Food and drink
There is a vending machine selling confectionery, crisps and drinks.
Visitors are also welcome to visit the Royal Marsden Hospital (opens in a new window), which is nearby in Downs Road and has a canteen that serves hot food.
In addition, Belmont Village is a 15 minute walk away, where there are a selection of cafés, restaurants and shops.
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).