Location overview

St Pancras Hospital is part of the Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. It’s where the St Pancras Kidney and Diabetes Centre (previously known as the Mary Rankin Dialysis Unit), which we provide and run, is based.

Getting to us

By bus

The nearest bus stops are Royal College Street and Crowndale Road (stops U and N), which are served by bus routes 46 and 214. The bus stops are located on either side of Crowndale Road and are about 70 metres from the hospital.

By tube

The nearest underground stations are Mornington Crescent on the Northern line and King’s Cross St Pancras, which is served by the Circle, Hammersmith and City, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines — both are a less than 10-minute walk to the hospital.

By train

The nearest station is King’s Cross, which is about a 10-minute walk to the hospital.

By car

There is no parking available on site. 

St Pancras Hospital is undergoing building works which is restricting access around the site — the front entrance to the St Pancras Kidney and Diabetes Centre is also no longer in use. A drop-off point to the rear of the unit can be used instead.

There is level access and lifts inside the building, and accessible toilets are available.

The hospital has a restaurant open Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm.