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Useful Information

A free-phone helpline
0800 707 6060
provides additional support to those taking up the offer of Bowel Cancer Screening.

 

Endoscopy Reception:

0208 235 4130

 

Useful Links

ASGBI


NWLH NHS Trust


TrustPlus


Inside Out (Stoma Support Group)

Travel By Public Transport

From Watford Junction and Watford High Street... British Rail trains go to Kenton approximately every 20 minutes. The journey time is about 20 minutes.

From Euston... British Rail trains go to Kenton approximately every 20 minutes. The journey time is about 25 minutes.

From Marylebone... British Rail trains go to Harrow-on-the-Hill approximately every 30 minutes. The journey time is about 10 minutes.

From East London and The City... The Metropolitan line runs from Aldgate in the City, via Baker Street, through to South West Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Please note that not all Metropolitan lines stop at Northwick Park station - you may need to change at Baker Street for an 'all stations' service.

From Northwick Park Station... It is a 10 minute walk to the hospital.

From Kenton Station... It is a 20 minute walk to the hospital or a short bus ride.

From Harrow-on-the-Hill... It is a short bus or taxi ride to the hospital. The taxi fare is about £4 each way.

Map of train linePrintable PDF - St Marks local stations map - (3mb)

You can use the journey planner below to find out the best route to take to get to St Mark's Hospitals.

Journey Planner

Alternatively, please see the attached leaflet which provides a bus map and public transport information to the hospital.

Study with us

There are a lot of courses and workshops available for 2014

 

Book early to avoid disappointment

St Mark's Grand Rounds

View these weekly educational talks for FREE from our Online Shop.

Fundraising

St. Mark’s Hospital Foundation was set up to raise funds to pay for the research and education the NHS can’t.   Find out more

Twelfth Frontiers in Intestinal and Colorectal Disease

Frontiers course          

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