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In addition to our main hospital sites, we also provide services from a number of other locations.

Barkantine Birth Centre

The Barkantine Birth Centre, 121 Westferry Road, London E14 8JH

The Barkantine Birth Centre on the Isle of Dogs is a ‘stand alone’ midwife-led maternity centre for pregnant women booked to have their babies within the Tower Hamlets area.

You can travel to the Barkantine Birth Centre in a number of ways including on foot, by bike or by public transport:

By bus
The following buses stop outside the centre on Westferry Road: D3 and D7.

By tube
The Barkantine Centre is approximately a 10-15 minute walk from Canary Wharf tube station which is served by the Jubilee line and the following Docklands Light Railway (DLR) stations: Crossharbour, South Quay and Canary Wharf.

By car or taxi
There is limited parking in the streets surrounding the centre. The Barkantine Centre is situated outside of London’s congestion charging zone. If you need to drive through the zone to get to hospital, please visit the Transport for London congestion charging website for advice on how to pay and possible exemptions (for example, if you are registered as disabled).

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Barking Birth Centre

Barking Birth Centre, Barking Community Hospital Upney Lane, Barking, Essex. IG11 9LX

The Barking Birth Centre is a ‘stand-alone’ midwifery-led maternity centre for pregnant women. You can choose to give birth here if you are in good health and have had a straightforward pregnancy.

You can travel to the Barkantine Birth Centre in a number of ways including on foot, by bike or by public transport:

By bus
The number 62 bus stops outside the hospital on Upney Lane.

By tube
The Barking Birth Centre is approximately a 5 minute walk from Upney station which is served by the District line. Users coming via National Rail should alight at Barking and then take bus number 62 to Upney Lane.

By car or taxi
Free parking is available at the hospital.

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The Dental Hospital

Barts Health Dental Hospital, Turner Street, Whitechapel, London, E1 1BB

The Barts Health dental service offers not only emergency dental care, but provides treatment for a diverse range of oral health issues, both routine and specialist.

For more information about our dental service, visit service information pages here.

By bus
The following buses stop close to the dental hospital on Whitechapel Road: numbers 25, 106, 205, 253 and 254 as well as night buses N25, N106 and N253.

Bus numbers 15, 115 and D3 stop close to the dental hospital on Commercial Road. Low-floor wheelchair accessible buses run on all routes serving The Royal London Hospital.

By tube
The closest tube station is Whitechapel which is on the Hammersmith and City line and the District line as well as the London Overground.

By train
Liverpool Street is the nearest National Rail station.

By car or taxi
There is no public parking at the hospital itself or on New Road so we encourage patients and visitors not to travel by car wherever this is possible. If you do need to drive there is limited metered parking available on streets around the dental hospital. Meters can be found on the following streets: Turner Street and Ashfield Street.

Drivers who are registered disabled and have a blue badge can also check where to park at on the Tower Hamlets council website. Type E1 2BA in the 'address finder' box, this is the postcode for the Dental Hospital.

The hospital is situated just outside the congestion charging zone. If you need to drive through the zone to get to hospital, please visit the Transport for London congestion charging website for advice on how to pay and possible exemptions (for example, if you are registered as disabled).

By bike
Barclays cycle hire docking points are available on Commercial Road.

The Dental Hospital is located on The Royal London Hospital site. You can find a full map of The Royal London site, which includes the location of the Dental Hospital here.

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Trust Headquarters

Ground Floor, Pathology and Pharmacy Building, The Royal London Hospital, 80 Newark Street, London, E1 2ES

The Trust Headquarters are based in the Pathology and Pharmacy Building on The Royal London site, Newark Street.

You can travel to the Pathology and Pharmacy Building in a number of ways including on foot, by bike or by public transport:

By bus
The following buses stop outside or close to the hospital on Whitechapel Road: numbers 25, 106, 205, 253 and 254 as well as night buses N25, N106 and N253

Bus numbers 15, 115 and D3 also stop close to the hospital on Commercial Road.

By tube
The closest tube stations are Whitechapel and Shadwell all are between 5-10 minutes walk. Whitechapel is served by the District line and Hammersmith and City line and London Overland line. Shadwell is served by the Overland line and the Docklands Light Railway (DLR).

By train
Liverpool Street is the nearest National Rail station.

By car or taxi
There are no parking spaces at the Trust Headquarters and on-street parking is very limited in the area. There are some disabled parking spaces in the surrounding roads.

By bike
Barclays cycle hire docking points are available on Commercial Road.

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Prescot Street

9 Prescot Street, Aldgate, London, E1 8PR

A number of corporate services are based in offices on Prescot Street.

You can travel to Prescot Street in a number of ways including on foot, by bike or by public transport:

By bus
The following buses run along Mansell Street, adjacent to Prescot Street: bus numbers 15, 25, 42, 78 and 100.

By tube
Prescot Street is less than a 10-minute walk from the following tube stations: Aldgate on the Metropolitan line, Aldgate East on the District and Hammersmith and City lines, Tower Gateway on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), Tower Hill on the District line and Shadwell on the London Overland line.

By train
Prescot street is a 10-minute walk from Fenchurch Street station.

By car or taxi
There are no parking spaces at Prescot Street and on-street parking is very limited in the area. There is an NCP car park in Strype Street, E1, less than 10 minutes’ walk. There are some disabled parking spaces in the surrounding roads. Prescot Street is situated just outside of the congestion charging zone. If you need to drive through the zone to get to hospital, please visit the Transport for London congestion charging website for advice on how to pay and possible exemptions (for example, if you are registered as disabled).

By bike
Barclays cycle hire docking points are available round the corner to Prescot Street on Leman Street.

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