Mount Vernon Hospital is in north-west London and is one of the satellite sites where our plastic surgery team provide outpatient clinics, in particular caring for people in need of hand therapy or breast reconstruction.
How to find us
Mount Vernon Hospital
Getting to us
Bus routes 282, 331, H11, 508 and R1/R2 all serve the hospital
The nearest underground station is Northwood on the Metropolitan line.
The 331 and 282 bus route connects Mount Vernon Hospital with Northwood station and has a daytime frequency of one bus every 12 minutes. The bus journey itself takes nine minutes.
The station is about a 20-minute walk to the hospital.
The nearest train station is Rickmansworth, which is on the Chiltern line and a section of the Metropolitan tube line, and is about three miles from the hospital.
From the west, Mount Vernon Hospital can be accessed via the M25, junction 17 via Rickmansworth A404 or junction 16 Denham Way, A412 and A404.
From the east, it can be accessed via Harrow and Pinner.
Parking for visitors and patients is located around the hospital site. Charges do not apply for blue badge holders.
Click below for car park charges and a map of the site.
British Sign Language interpreters and language interpreters can be provided on request.
Wheelchairs are available to help patients move around the hospital, and accessible toilet facilities are located on the ground floor to the right of the main reception.
The Oak Tree Restaurant, open Monday to Friday from 7am to 3.30pm, has a free withdrawal cash machine and a change machine for the car park ticket machines.
The Cafe is located on the ground floor of the Treatment Centre building, open Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm.