Our address:

Sevenoaks Road
Kent BR6 9JU

The hospital is just south of Orpington town centre. There are good public transport links and it is easy to get to by car, with plenty of parking.

Plan your journey using the Transport for London (TfL) journey planner.

By bus

  • This bus route stops in the hospital grounds: R11
  • These bus routes stop within a 10-minute walk: 358, 654, R1, R5, R8 and R10.

By train

Regular bus services run to the hospital from the nearest mainline station:

  • Orpington – fastest route from the Station Approach exit: take the R1, then the R11. Other options, with a short walk: 358, R5, R8 or R10


Orpington train station has step-free access and lifts to all platforms.

By car

For the main entrance to the hospital and the car park, turn off the A223 Sevenoaks Road onto Cardinham Road at the roundabout.

There is pay and display parking on site with spaces for disabled badge holders. Blue badge holders can park in any marked public bay for free when on site as a patient or visitor.

Standard charges for patient and visitor parking at the hospital (seven days a week, 6am – 10pm) are:

  • Up to 1 hour: £1.50
  • Up to 2 hours: £2.50
  • Up to 4 hours: £4
  • Up to 8 hours: £6
  • Up to 24 Hours: £8

Frequent outpatient attenders

Parking at the PRUH and Orpington Hospital will be provided free in our public car parks to outpatients who attend hospital for an outpatient appointment at least three times within a month and for an overall period of at least three months. A ‘month’ is defined as a period of 30 days. Parking is on a first come basis and there is no guarantee that a space will be available.  All requests for free parking are to be directed to the outpatient teams in the first instance.

Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) charge

The hospital is within the expanded Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). This means if your vehicle does not meet the ULEZ emissions standards, you will need to pay a daily charge to drive within the ULEZ. You can find out more, including whether your vehicle meets ULEZ standards, on the TfL website.

Reimbursement of ULEZ charge

As an NHS patient, you may be able to claim a reimbursement for the ULEZ charge if you are clinically assessed as unable to travel to an appointment on public transport. If you are eligible for reimbursement you can submit a claim form at the general office at the hospital. Please note, you will need your receipt or customer account number to make a claim, along with your vehicle registration and date of travel.