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Getting here and getting around

Getting here by public transport

George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust encourages staff, visitors and patients to use public transport if at all possible.

By bus

Visit www.stagecoachbus.com for timetable information and routes

 Main Entrance stop, Eliot Way: 78, 78A and 79 (Arriva) or 1, 2 from Nuneaton Bus Station or 55 and 55a, 56 and X48 (stagecoach)

Maternity Hospital stop, Heath End Road: 41 and 42 (stagecoach)

Boot Inn stop, Henry St: 17 and 41 (this is a 5 min walk to the Maternity Entrance)

Featherstone Close stop, College St: 1 (this is a 10 min walk to the Maternity Entrance) 

Local Bus Companies:

Arriva – www.arrivabus.co.uk

Stagecoach – www.stagecoachbus.com/plan-a-journey

By train

Nuneaton Train Station, Bond Street, Nuneaton, CV11 4BU - 30 minute walk or 24 minutes by bus (55A or 41) www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/NUN/details.html

Bermuda Park Station, St George Way, Nuneaton, CV10 7JS - 20 minute walk National Rail

Site map

Getting here by car

From the M6

Leave at M6 Junction 3 (Coventry North);

Follow A444 Nuneaton;

  • Approaching third island take left hand lane;

  • Turn left into hospital grounds, main car park on your right.

 

From A5 (from north)
  • Look out for "Royal Redgate Pub" on the left, then turn right for Nuneaton A444;
  • Follow signs for Coventry, through Nuneaton;
  • At roundabout with railway bridge (arches) take third exit up steep hill and go straight onto the next roundabout (on dual carriageway).
  • Turn right at the roundabout into the Hospital site, main car park is on the right.

 

From M69
  • Take A5 Nuneaton;
  • After first roundabout straight on, then first left (slip sign Nuneaton and Coventry) at next roundabout turn left A4254 for Coventry straight on picking up A444 at railway bridge, go over;
  • At next roundabout take second exit, Coventry, then straight on until next roundabout with railway bridge over (arches) take second exit up steep hill, at top take left hand lane and go straight onto the next roundabout (on dual carriageway).
  • Turn right at the roundabout into the Hospital site, main car park is on the right


Note: Please leave extra time for your visit to allow you to find a suitable parking space in our busy car parks. 

Map of surrounding area

When you arrive

Parking

George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust encourages staff, visitors and patients to use public transport if at all possible.

There are three main car parks on the George Eliot hospital site; at the front of the main hospital building, outside the rehabilitation unit at the rear of the main hospital building and outside the maternity unit. Please do not park cars in areas where there are double yellow lines or No Parking signs. Road space must be kept clear for ambulances and other emergency traffic.

Maternity has a pay and display car park outside which can be accessed from the back of the hospital via Heath End Road. 

Click here for more details and parking charges.

The Hospital Transport Cost Scheme: helps some people with the costs of getting to and from hospital. Please contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) for more information.

Frequent Outpatient Attenders:  Parking will be provided free to all outpatients who attend hospital for an appointment at least 3 times within a month and for an overall period of at least 3 months.  A ‘month’ is defined as a period of 30 days.

The Trust will retrospectively reimburse any patient who meets the above criteria via BACs payment. To claim the money back the person will be required to fill in the form found on the following website: www.geh.nhs.uk/patients/car-parking giving details of the dates and times when they attended. 

By Bike/Motorbike

We have a bike stand outside of Maternity, please bring your own bike lock if required. Motorbikes can park for free.

By Taxi

Nuneaton has several Taxi companies that you can use. Taxi’s can drop off and pick up outside of the Maternity Entrance. 

Site map

Useful links

  • Car parking

  • Walking Routes

  • Site Map


  • Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme

  • If you're referred to hospital or other NHS premises for specialist NHS treatment or diagnostic tests by your doctor, dentist or another primary care health professional, you may be able to claim a refund of reasonable travel costs under the Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme (HTCS).


Voluntary Transport Agencies across Warwickshire

The website below  identifies all the voluntary transport agencies across Warwickshire available to patients. This also includes a summary leaflet on of transport options which patients can be signposted to: