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How to get here (Directions)
For information on how to get to the old QE or the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Please choose an option below.

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How to find the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEHB) and old QE from the M5
  • Leave M5 at Junction 4 and follow A38 Birmingham for 6.75 miles, after which you will encounter a major set of traffic lights
  • Turn left following A4040 Harborne/Queen Elizabeth, passing the large Sainsbury’s store on your right
  • At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Aston Webb Boulevard. Continue over the next roundabout onto New Fosse Way
  • At the next roundabout, turn left onto Hospital Way for car parks for both the QEHB (Car Park A) and old QE (Car Park D)
How to find the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEHB) and old QE from Birmingham city centre
  • Follow the A38 (Bristol Road) towards Bromsgrove
  • After leaving the city centre, continue along the A38 towards Selly Oak, following signs marked “Queen Elizabeth / H / A&E”
  • At the fork in the road, near the Esso petrol station, take the right fork, again following the A38 and signs for “Queen Elizabeth”
  • At the first roundabout, turn right onto New Fosse Way
  • At the next roundabout, turn left onto Hospital Way for car parks for both QEHB (Car Park A) and old QE (Car Park D)

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Travelling to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and the old QE by train

The nearest station to the hospital is University station, which is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the hospital. The hospital is clearly signposted from the station.

A minibus service is also available, which carries patients, visitors and staff from University station to the Birmingham Women’s Hospital, both the old and new Queen Elizabeth Hospital buildings and the Mental Health Trust. The bus runs approximately every 20 minutes between 07:00 and 19:00, Monday – Friday.

Maps of the hospital site are available to download near the bottom of this page.

University station is on the Cross City line. There are trains approximately every 10 minutes from New Street station in Birmingham city centre (final destination: Longbridge or Redditch).

Travelling to Selly Oak Hospital by train

There are no services for patients remaining at Selly Oak Hospital, but for people who need to attend the hospital for other reasons, the nearest station is Selly Oak, which is 10 – 15 minutes’ walk from the hospital.

  • Exit the station and walk through the car park to the traffic lights
  • Turn left at the lights
  • Walk along the Bristol Road, passing Lookers car dealership on your left, then Sainsbury’s supermarket on your right
  • Turn left at the traffic lights, onto Oak Tree Lane
  • Walk past Lloyds TSB on your right
  • At the next set of traffic lights, turn left onto Raddlebarn Road
  • The Selly Oak Hospital site is on your left

Selly Oak station is on the Cross City line. There are trains approximately every 10 minutes from New Street station in Birmingham city centre (final destination: Longbridge or Redditch).

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  • General information
  • Disabled parking
  • Car parking charges
  • Payment methods
  • Free shuttle bus
General information

Parking should only be in the designated public car parking areas.

Parking restrictions on access roads are marked with yellow and red lines to ensure a smooth flow of traffic in and around the hospital. Red lines (no stopping or waiting) are in place outside the Emergency Department and on primary routes around the hospital site. Vehicle speeds are limited to 20mph. All car parks have good lighting and are fitted with CCTV cameras.

Disabled parking

Parking for blue badge holders is available in the following locations:

  • The new Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
    • At the drop-off “loop” near the main entrance, and in car parks A2 and D
  • The old QE
    • On Mindelsohn Way (formerly main drive), near the entrance to the hospital and Cancer Centre
  • Selly Oak
    • Outpatients car park, off Raddlebarn Road

Disabled parking is free in designated disabled areas only. Free parking is also available to patients with a long-term illness or serious condition requiring daily or regular treatment – e.g. radiotherapy, renal, chemotherapy and regularly attending mental health day patients – who park within the parking areas assigned to them and display the appropriate authorisation.

Car parking charges
Time Tariff
1 hour £2.70
3 hours £4.00
4 hours £4.60
5 hours £5.30
6 hours £6.00
8 hours £6.60
Over 8 hours £13.30
Weekly ticket £18.60
Hospital business £6.60

Please speak to a member of Q-Park staff at the car parking office if you have any queries

Payment methods

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

  • Cash
  • Credit card
  • Debit card

Selly Oak Hospital

  • Cash only
Free shuttle bus

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) and the old QE have a free shuttle bus service, which runs from 07:00 to 19:00, Monday to Friday. It carries patients, visitors and staff from car parks to QEHB, Birmingham Women’s Hospital, the old QE and the Mental Health Trust.

There are drop-off areas outside the QEHB Main Entrance and Emergency Department entrance.

View or Download Maps
Map showing the route of the free shuttle bus at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Map of the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and old QE
Map showing the route to A&E

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