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Chase Farm Hospital

Address

The Ridgeway
Enfield
Middlesex
EN2 8JL

Main switchboard

0845 111 4000

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Chase Farm Hospital on Google Maps

By road

You can find us using the Multimap service. http://www.multimap.com/

You can also plan your journey by road to the Chase Farm Hospital using the AA route planner. http://www.theaa.com/travelwatch/planner_main.jsp

Route 313 from Chingford

Route 313 from Potters Bar

Parking

£2    up to 1 hour
£3    1-2 hours
£4    2-4 hours
£6    4-6 hours
£10   6 hours to a maximum of 24 hours 

There are parking spaces designated for blue badge holders near to the hospital entrances. Parking in these designated spaces is free.

The following concessions are currently in place;
Visitors to patients in ITU or paediatrics can pay £20 per month (please ask the ward/department staff).
Patients and visitors can pay £11 for a weekly ticket (please ask the ward/department staff).

By rail

Nearest station: Gordon Hill
Line: First Capital Connect
Zone: 5
Journey from central London: 30 minutes from Moorgate
It is a 10-15 minute walk to the hospital's main entrance from the station.

By London Underground

Nearest station: Oakwood
Line: Piccadilly
Zone: 5
It is a 30 minute walk to the hospital's main entrance from the station. It is a 10 minute drive from the station to the hospital's main entrance. There is no direct bus route. Please note there is a direct bus (W9) from Southgate Underground station which is also on the Picadilly line.

By bus

The hospital is served by the following bus routes:
W8 (Picketts Lock - Chase Farm Hospital)
W9 (Southgate - Chase Farm Hospital)
313 (Potters Bar station - Chingford)

“Every step of the treatment was explained. My opinion was asked and respected. I could not have received better treatment anywhere else.”

More patient comments from NHS Choices

“Quality of care, sympathy and sensitivity demonstrated by everyone from the ward manager to the cleaners.”

More patient comments from NHS Choices