Getting to our Elective Orthopaedic Centre at Central Middlesex Hospital

About Central Middlesex Hospital

Central Middlesex Hospital is located in Park Royal, on the border of Ealing and Brent. It’s one of the newest hospitals in the capital, and our specialist care hub.

From bones to bowels, it’s where we can really focus on planned care and surgery.

Our address

Central Middlesex Hospital

020 8965 5733

Acton Lane
Park Royal
NW10 7NS

Plan your journey

There's plenty of parking and we have excellent public transport links:

  • we're served by several bus routes
  • the Overground and Bakerloo lines stop at Harlesden
  • the Piccadilly line stops at Park Royal
  • the Central line stops at North Acton.

Plan your bus, tube, or overground journey with TFL’s journey planner, or download the TfL Go App to your phone or tablet.

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Patient transport to the elective orthopaedic centre

Free patient transport is available if your journey is:

  • long
  • expensive
  • difficult or complex, involving many changes on public transport
  • at a time causes problems or difficulties.

Or if you:

  • find it difficult to walk
  • need medical support during your journey.

Speak to our care navigators to see if you’re entitled to free patient transport. Their contact details are on the back on this leaflet.

You’ll either ride in a car ambulance or a non-emergency ambulance. Our transport team are professional drivers with the right experience to get you to Central Middlesex Hospital and home again safely.

When they do drop you off home, they’ll make sure you’re settled in before leaving.

And because our patient transport isn’t shared with other services, your journey won’t be affected by busy periods in our other hospitals.

Parking at Central Middlesex Hospital

Pay and display charges apply in our car parks.

Elective orthopaedic centre drop-off point

Elective orthopaedic centre drop-off point is between BeCAD and ACAD:

  1. follow the signs to the surface level car park
  2. take the road through the carpark until you come to a junction
  3. turn left
  4. follow the road around the hospital building
  5. take the first left
  6. the drop-off point is straight ahead.

There’s a lift from the orthopaedic centre drop-off point that will take you up to the unit to check in.

Getting to theatre admissions

On the day of your surgery, check in at theatre admissions, ACAD.

There are lifts to theatre admissions from:

  • the orthopaedic centre drop-off point
  • inside ACAD.

From the drop-off point

There’s a lift from the orthopaedic centre drop-off point that will take you up to the unit to check in.

From main entrance

  1. follow the signs to ACAD
  2. turn right at the ACAD reception
  3. take the lift in ACAD zone three to the first floor.