St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children
St Helier Hospital is the largest hospital in our trust and shares the site with our dedicated children's hospital, Queen Mary's Hospital for Children.
St Helier is home to a busy 24-hour A&E department, a maternity unit which includes our home-from-home birth centre, a highly regarded endoscopy unit (where patients' digestive and respiratory systems are examined using fibre optic cameras), and a comprehensive range of diagnostic facilities, including MRI and CT scanning, ultrasound and vascular diagnostic services.
All emergency surgery in the trust is performed at St Helier.
The award winning South West Thames Renal and Transplantation Centre is also on site and supports eight renal satellite units across the region.
Getting to St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children
Please note that parking is limited so please use an alternative mode of transport where possible.
St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children, Wrythe Lane, Carshalton, Surrey, SM5 1AA
Travelling by bus
A number of bus routes serve St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children:
- 151: Wallington - Sutton - Worcester Park (every 10 minutes peak)
- 157: Morden - Croydon - Crystal Palace (every 12 minutes peak)
- S1: Mitcham - Sutton - Banstead via Wrythe Lane (every 20 minutes peak)
- S4: Roundshaw - Wallington - Sutton - St Helier (every 30 minutes peak)
- 154: Morden - Sutton - West Croydon (every 12 minutes peak)
- 164: Sutton - Morden – Wimbledon (every 10 minutes peak)
- 280: Belmont - Mitcham – Wimbledon (every 10 minutes peak)
Bus numbers 151, 157, S1 and S4 stop directly outside the hospital. All other buses stop at the Rosehill roundabout, a ten minute walk from the hospital.
To travel by bus from Epsom Hospital to St Helier Hospital, you can take the 293 from Epsom Hospital to Morden. From Morden, you can take the 157 to St Helier Hospital. From Morden you can take the 293 to Epsom Hospital. Alternatively, you can take 470 from Epsom town centre to Sutton station and then take the 80 or 280 to Rosehill roundabout.
Travelling by tube
The nearest underground station is Morden station on the Northern line (fare zone 4).
The 157 bus route connects St Helier Hospital with Morden station and has a daytime frequency of one bus every 12 minutes. The journey itself takes 10-12 minutes.
There is a black cab rank outside the tube station, and the taxi journey takes about five minutes.
Travelling by rail
Sutton station provides the easiest access, with frequent buses to the hospital. It has direct rail services running to and from Epsom, Croydon, London Bridge, London Victoria, Clapham Junction and Wimbledon.
There is also a black cab rank outside Sutton station and the taxi journey takes about 5 minutes.
By bus, it takes approximately 10-15 minutes to the hospital/Rose Hill roundabout:
- Buses S1 and 151 depart from outside Sutton Library and stop outside the hospital
- Buses 280 and 164 depart from outside the post office in Sutton and go to the Rose Hill roundabout.
Both St Helier and Carshalton stations are a 25 minute walk from the hospital with less frequent bus connections than Sutton. Both of these railway lines service Sutton railway station.
Travelling by car
From Sutton town centre, follow St Nicholas Way (the BB230) down past the UCI cinema to the bottom of the High Street. Continue on the same road down through Angel Hill to the Rosehill roundabout. At the roundabout, take the exit onto Wrythe Lane. The hospital is on your right hand side.
From Morden town centre, follow the A297 towards Rosehill. At the Rosehill roundabout, take the exit onto Wrythe Lane. The hospital is on your right hand side.
Infomation about parking at our hospitals, including charges and concessions.
There is a dedicated parking area for motorbikes in the visitors’ car park, near the entrance to Ferguson House.
There is no charge for motorbike parking and the area has locking posts.
There is a covered bicycle shelter with locking hoops outside the main entrance on Wrythe Lane.
Cycle routes to St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children are contained in Transport for London's Cycle Guides No. 10 and 12 (opens in a new window).
There are bicycle parking areas on site, opposite D Block.
Plan your journey
Finding your way around
You can view, print and download a map of St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children below 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 Dining Room restaurant is on the first floor of Ferguson House, and serves a wide range of sandwiches, salads, hot meals, snacks and drinks. Opening hours: 7am - 5pm Monday – Friday.
Subway is located between in C block on the ground floor. Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am - 8pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 8pm.
All Good Coffee shop
The All Good Coffee shop, next to Subway, serves drinks, cakes and sandwiches. Opening hours: 7am - 8pm Monday to Friday and 8am - 8pm on Saturday and Sunday.
The League of Friends tea bar, located in Ferguson House, serves drinks, snacks and sandwiches. The tea bar is open between 10am–2pm, Monday-Friday.
The League of Friends shop is located in Ferguson House at the front of the League of Friends tea bar. It sells toiletries, cards, magazines and newspapers, chilled food and drinks, and confectionery. The shop is open between 10am–2pm, Monday-Friday.
Patient information centre
The centre can be found on the ground floor, between A and B block. It provides an information support service to patients and visitors to the hospital.
There is a pharmacy on the first floor in block A of the main hospital. Opening hours: 9am - 5.30pm Monday – Friday and 9am - 12.30pm Saturday. Closed on Sundays.
The hospital hairdresser comes to the wards on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please ask your nurse or the ward clerk for prices and appointments.
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.
St Helier Hospital has its own radio station: Radio St Helier. You can listen to the station through headphones available on each ward. On hospital radio, our patients request the songs. If you would like to make a request, please speak to one of our programme presenters who regularly visit the wards. Alternatively, you can call the station through the bedside terminals, complete a paper request slip or request a song via email.
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).