The Royal Free Hospital is located on Pond Street in Hampstead, London. See the map below for the best route to get to us.
The Royal Free Hospital address is:
Royal Free Hospital
Pond Street, London
The Royal Free Hospital phone number is: 020 7794 0500
There is also a number you can use to contact the switchboard for all three hospitals: 020 3758 2000
Planning your journey to Royal Free Hospital
You can plan to your journey to Royal Free Hospital using the Transport for London (TfL) journey planner below.
Coming to the Royal Free Hospital by tube
The nearest station to the Royal Free Hospital is Belsize Park station, on the Northern Line.
The walk from Belsize Park station to the Royal Free Hospital takes seven minutes. It is partly uphill.
Coming to Royal Free Hospital by train
Hampstead Heath station is very near to the hospital and is on the London Overground network. The station accepts Oyster cards.
Coming to Royal Free Hospital by bus
There are lots of buses that pass by the Royal Free Hospital. Bus routes 24, 46, 168, 268 and C11 all serve the hospital.
Please use the TfL journey planner at the top of this section to plan your bus journey.
Royal Free Hospital parking
Getting around inside the Royal Free Hospital
Using the lifts at the Royal Free Hospital
When entering the Royal Free Hospital through the main entrance:
- For the first floor - clinics 1-6, clinic 9, the breast unit, and the second floor - institute unit, patient investigation treatment unit (PTIU), turn right at the main entrance and reception to use the lift or stairs.
- For all other wards and departments turn left at the main entrance and reception to use the main lifts or the stairs, which are past the lifts further down the corridor on the right.
The main lifts at the Royal Free Hospital are not currently stopping at the third floor.
Please access this floor by using lifts seven, eight, nine and ten, which are located in the lift lobby next to the main passenger lifts. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Plans for upgrade of lifts at the Royal Free Hospital
We are upgrading the lifts at the Royal Free Hospital to improve the experience of travelling around the hospital for patients, visitors and staff.
From 16 January 2021, two of the six main passenger lifts will be out of action while they are replaced with newer, more efficient controls and operating equipment. This is part of a three-phase project to replace each of the six lifts at the Royal Free Hospital. Replacing the first two lifts will take approximately 21 weeks to complete.
To keep disruption to a minimum, staff will be briefed on where to direct patients from the entrance to help people move around the hospital efficiently, and additional signage will be in place directing to alternative lifts and stairs.
We will continue to keep you updated on the progress of the project.