The RNOH aims to be a world-leading orthopaedic hospital with the best patient care and staff experience in the NHS

Stanmore Public Transport

This video is about taking public transport to get to the RNOH. It gives you advice on travel times and where to go. It covers the tube service to Edgware and Stanmore, the bus services from both tube stations and the RNOH courtesy car service from Stanmore station.
Please note: The video states lift access at both stations. This is incorrect; there is only lift access at Edgware Station. Stanmore station entry and exit requires a 110m journey via station car park, including steep ramps. Please refer to Tfl website for further accessiblity information.

Planning your Journey

You can use the journey planner below to find out the best route to take to get to RNOH Stanmore. Your journey options will pop up in a new window. Simply enter the postcode, address or station you will be travelling from.

By Tube / Bus

This video is about getting to the RNOH Stanmore by National Rail. It offers advice on getting to and from Elstree and Borehamwood Station and the public bus services from the station.

Download a copy of the London Tube map.

The nearest tube stations to the RNOH Stanmore are:

Edgware (Northern Line)
Catch the 107 bus from Edgware Bus Station, located outside the tube station, to the Hospital Gates. Allow 10 minutes to get from the bus stop to where you need to be in the hospital.

Click to see the 107 bus route map

Stanmore (Jubilee Line)
Take the free courtesy vehicle from the taxi rank outside the tube station. This service does not currently accommodate wheelchairs.

Alternatively the RNOH is a 30 minute, uphill, walk or taxi ride (taxis are available outside the tube station).

Download a copy of the local Stanmore area bus map.

RNOH courtesy car service

Please note this service can only accommodate collapsible wheelchairs.

RNOH to Stanmore – Monday to Friday

First Service from RNOH to Stanmore: 06:00hrs
Frequency: Every 15 minutes
Last Service from RNOH to Stanmore: 20:45hrs

Please Note:

  • Cars pick up and drop off from Bus Stop A at Stanmore station.
  • No service on Saturday or Sunday.
  • This service does not currently accommodate children under the age of 4 years old as the cars do not carry car seats, only booster seats.
  • Staff, please be courteous and give consideration to patients when boarding.
  • When on site, cars pick up and drop off at Orthotics, Outpatients Department and Main Gate only.
  • Assistance dogs are welcome.

By Train / Bus

Elstree and Borehamwood Station (Thameslink)
Lift access is available on station platforms. Catch the 107 bus towards Edgware. Once you have arrived at the Hospital Gates, allow 10 minutes to get from the bus stop to where you need to be in the hospital.

Download a copy of the 107 Bus map.

New route for 615 bus
The 615 bus that runs to Hatfield has changed its route, after stopping at Stanmore Station; it now goes to the hospital via Stanmore Hill and Wood Lane, with new stops close to the Aspire entrance. The Uni-Bus Co have increased the service to run approximately every 30 minutes from 7am to 10pm Monday to Friday with a reduced service on Saturdays. Please note: the bus service does not take Oyster cards as this is not a TFL bus.

See the route of the 615 bus 

Patient Buggy Service on-site

There is an onsite patient buggy service that can shuttle patients between main locations on site. The buggy can be requested from Main Gate, Outpatients, and Orthotics reception. It will also stop in the lower patient car park.

(Please note: The buggies cannot transport wheelchairs and can only take passengers able to step on the buggy unaided.)

Buggy Timetable:

09:30 – 16:00 Monday to Friday*

*Depending on volunteer availability.

If you wish to find out more about the buggy service, please contact Volunteer Services via email: or by calling 020 8909 5394

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