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  Crown Street
Liverpool, L8 7SS
Tel: 0151 708 9988
Fax: 0151 702 4028

How to Find Us - Liverpool Women's Hospital

Travelling By Car
When travelling from outside the city, follow road signs to the 'City Centre'. Once in the city centre, there are road signs for 'The Women's Hospital'. Click here for directional map

The hospital has a large car park for the use of patients and their visitors. Car parking costs £1 - pay on exit. The car park is regularly checked by hospital security.

Travelling By Bus
There are a number of buses that stop outside the hospital.  All start or finish from the City Centre.  Buses serving the Hospital are

  • No. 86 (stops outside the Hospital and very frequent)
  • No. 4 (no.4a night-time service) stops in Catherine Street
  • No. 200 (coming from the City Centre) and the no.100 (coming from Dingle)

 For up-to-date information, contact:- MerseyTravel on: 0151 236 7676.

Travelling By Train/Coach
Liverpool Lime Street Station (British Rail & MerseyRail), Central Station (MerseyRail) and the National Express coach station are all in the city centre, a five minute bus or taxi journey from the hospital. For help in finding the nearest bus stop ask at the station before you leave, or contact MerseyTravel on: 0151 236 7676.

From the Ferry Terminal at the Pier Head walk to Paradise Street Bus Station (ask at the Ferry Terminal if you are unsure of the directions). From Paradise Street Bus Station there are many buses which will take you to the Liverpool Women's Hospital.

Further travel details available under: https://www.merseytravel.gov.uk

Patients On Benefit
If you are a patient attending the hospital and you are receiving benefit, it may be possible for you to claim a refund on travelling expenses. In order to do this you need to bring with you:

1 ) Proof that you are in receipt of benefit e.g. Benefit Book

2) All relevant bus or train tickets, or a record of mileage travelled by car

3) P.T.I. (Pink Slip) - you can get this at the clinic or hospital department you attend.
     You need to do this every time you attend or you may not get a refund.

If you have any questions about this, it is best to telephone the hospital before you attend. Call the number below and ask to speak to General Office.

For more information. You can contact the hospital directly on: 0151 708 9988