Addenbrooke's travel information for cancer services patients
This page provides information for patients that have been referred to Addenbrooke's Hospital. For information in relation to travelling to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital or for help with your travel costs and arrangements you should go to our 'getting to us' area on this website.
Addenbrookes referralsDuring the course of your treatment you may be referred to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, if this is the case you will be notified of your appointment by Addenbrooke's Hospital.
Useful Addenbrooke's Hospital numbers
- Radiotherapy reception - 01223 216634
- Oncology reception - 01223 216551
Public transportAddenbrooke's Hospital is well served by the following methods of public transport.
Nearly 60 buses an hour serve Addenbrooke's Hospital on weekdays. Services originating from within the city of Cambridge and beyond. For full timetable information please see the County Council website, which is updated regularly or telephone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.
If you hold a current bus pass remember to take it with you. To discuss eligibility criteria you should contact your local council.
The Huntingdon to Trumpington park and ride service via Addenbrooke's Hospital runs from Monday to Saturday and provides a direct, traffic-free route between Trumpington park and ride, the hospital campus and Cambridge railway station. There are several stops around the hospital.
Trains stop at Cambridge Railway Station, which is about two miles from Addenbrooke's Hospital. There are frequent buses from the train station (Citi 1 and Citi 7) to Addenbrooke's Hospital as well as a taxi rank.
Park and ride
Babraham Road to Addenbrooke's Hospital: Use the green Park and Ride buses. The travel duration is 5 minutes. You should ask the driver for a 'Short Hop Ticket - park and ride to Addenbrooke's Hospital.
Milton to Addenbrooke's Hospital: Use the green Park and Ride buses. The travel duration is 35 minutes.
Trumpington to Addenbrooke's Hospital: The travel duration is 11 minutes.
A full timetable and route map can be found on the Busway website.
Parking at Addenbrooke's Hospital
If you are a patient with an outpatient appointment you should park in the main hospital car park. If you are a registered disabled patient there are some designated spaces at various points across the hospital site and in the main multi-storey car park.
For parking costs visit the Addenbrooke's Hospital website.
Go to the Oncology overview page.