Mile End Hospital is located in the East End of London.
You can travel to hospital in a number of ways including on foot, by car, by bike or by public transport.
Plan your journey using the travel information below or the Transport for London journey planner on the right of this page.
The number 25 bus stops outside the hospital on Mile End Road and the following buses stop close to the hospital; the number 309 on Globe Road, numbers 277 and D6 on Grove Road, numbers 8 and D6 on Roman Road and numbers D5 and D7 terminating at Mile End Station.
The nearest underground stations are Mile End, which is served by the District, Central and Hammersmith and City Lines and Stepney Green, which is served by the District and Hammersmith and City Lines.
By car or taxi
There is no public parking at the hospital itself so we encourage patients and visitors not to travel by car wherever this is possible. There are only four pay and display parking bays on the Mile End hospital and there is limited metered parking in surrounding streets but the majority of spaces are for resident permit holders only.
Mile End Hospital’s main entrance is situated on Bancroft Road. You may turn into Bancroft Road from the Mile End Road only when approaching from the west. There is no entry to Bancroft Road when approaching from the other direction - ie no right turn - use Globe Road and Alderney Road instead.
We encourage visitors and staff living nearby to cycle to the hospital if possible. There are a number of bicycle racks and storage spots on the hospital site and a covered cycle parking shelter outside Burdett House.
Mile End is serviced by Bicycle Superhighway Route CS2, which runs from Bow to Aldgate. Cycle parking facilities are available around the hospital.
The hospital appears on the free cycle guide for area 10. You can order this guide by calling 0843 222 1234.