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Getting to the hospitals: transport and parking

Jersey General Hospital

Entrances

The general hospital is in St Helier. The main entrance to the hospital is on the Parade. This entrance is open 24 hours a day. At night, you'll need to ring the bell to request entry.

Our other entrance is on Newgate Street, near Patriotic Street car park. This entrance is only open from 7.45am to 7.45pm.

Parking

The nearest public car park is Patriotic Street. We have reserved the bottom level for hospital patients so you'll need to pay and have proof of your appointment.

Disabled parking

Disabled parking spaces are available on level two of Patriotic Street car park. There are also disables spaces outside the Newgate Street entrance for short stay parking. Be careful when parking here as it is a very busy entrance used by ambulances.

Overdale Hospital

Overdale Hospital is in St Helier at the top of Westmount Hill. There is a free car park for patient and visitors attending the hospital.

St Saviour’s Hospital

St Saviour’s Hospital is in St Saviour on La Route de la Hougue Bie, near Queen’s Valley reservoir.

There is a free car park for patient and visitors attending the hospital.

Buses

Various buses stop at or near the hospitals. For timetables and route information see the Liberty Bus Website. 

Non-emergency patient transport

Health and Social Services Department provide a non-emergency transport service. This service is for people who are medically unfit to travel by any other means and have no other way of travelling to or from hospital. Your GP or the hospital medical staff decides if you're eligible for this service and make the necessary arrangements for you.

Patient transport services in Jersey

 

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