Getting to North Mid

Hospital address

North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
Sterling Way
London
N18 1QX

Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ): ULEZ will be introduced from 25 October 2021. Sterling Way is part of the North Circular Road and is outside of the ULEZ. All exits facing central London, including Bull Lane for North Middlesex University Hospital, are inside the zone. Find out more on the Transport for London website.

By bike

North Mid encourages its patients, visitors and staff to come to the hospital in a greener, healthier way.

We have dedicated space for parking bicycles which are located at the front of the hospital, although no padlocks are provided.

Additionally there are a few spaces at the entrance to the Tower Block.

Cycle routes around the North Mid can be found by visiting the Enfield Council website, www.enfield.gov.uk

By bus

The following bus routes serve the hospital:

  • 34 Barnet - Walthamstow Central station - Barnet
  • 102 Edmonton Green - Golders Green
  • 149 Ponders End to Waterloo Station
  • 144a Edmonton Green - Muswell Hill
  • 259 Edmonton Green - Kings Cross Station
  • 279 Waltham Cross - Holloway
  • 318 North Mid - Stamford Hill - North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
  • 444 Turnpike Lane - Chingford Station
  • 456 Enfield Town via Winchmore Hill, to North Mid.
  • 491 North Middlesex University Hospital - Waltham cross
  • N279 Waltham Cross - Victoria Station stop at the junction of fore street and Angel Road
  • W6 bus travelling from Southgate - Palmers Green - Edmonton Green

By car

Your route to the hospital depends on which car park you want to use (see 'which car park?' above). For A&E follow the roadside signs to 'Hospital A&E'. There is parking in the main car park adjacent to A&E, off Bull Lane.

From the north, west and south, via the A10:

For all car parks: turn off the A10 at Wilbury Way and continue along it to Bull Lane.

  • For the main car park, turn left into Bull Lane and first right into the car park.
  • For the anti-coagulant blood tests clinic car park, go straight ahead into Bridport Road, continue past A&E. The entrance is on the left at the end of the long boundary wall.
  • For the maternity car park, go straight ahead into Bridport Road, continue past the hospital and take the second turning on the left, Gloucester Road. At the end of Gloucester Road, turn left into the westbound approach road of the A406. The maternity unit entrance and car park is after 100 metres on the left.

From the east, via the A406 dual carriageway (eg from M11/Chingford):

For all car parks: follow the signs to the hospital’s A&E, turning off the A406 dual carriageway at Bull Lane.

  • For the main car park, turn left into the entrance after 100 metres.
  • For the anti-coagulant blood tests clinic car park, turn left into Bridport Road, continue past A&E. The entrance is on the left at the end of the long boundary wall. 
  • For the maternity unit car park, turn left into Bridport Road, continue past the hospital and take the second turning on the left, Gloucester Road. At the end of Gloucester Road, turn left into the westbound approach road of the A406. The maternity unit entrance and car park is after 100 metres on the left.

Please note there is no direct access to the maternity unit car park in either direction from the A406 dual carriageway underpass.

From Edmonton Fore Street, via the A406 westbound approach road:

For all car parks:  at the Fore Street junction with the A406, turn on to the westbound A406 approach road in the direction of Wood Green / A10. Continue to Silver Street station, past the bridge.

  • For the main car park, after the bridge, continue past the maternity unit, following the hospital perimeter wall. Turn left at Bull Lane. The main car park entrance is after 100 metres on the left.
  • For the anti-coagulant blood tests clinic car park, after the bridge, take the first turning on the left, Gloucester Road. At the end, turn right at Bridport Road. The anti-coagulant blood tests clinic car park entrance is on the right after 80 metres.
  • For the maternity unit car park, after the bridge, continue past Gloucester Road. After a further 100 metres, the maternity unit entrance and car park is on the left.

By train or tube

The nearest train station is :

  • Silver Street (approx 10 minute walk)

The nearest Tube station is :

  • Seven Sisters (connects to the main line to get to Silver Street).

The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) - check your vehicle

The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) - check your vehicle

Air pollution is not just a central London problem, with many areas still exceeding the legal limits for pollution across the city. 

That is why from 25 October 2021, the central London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ)  is expanding  to create a single, larger zone up to the North Circular Road (A406) and South Circular Road (A205). The North and South Circular Roads themselves are not in the zone. This is part of the commitment by the Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) to help every Londoner breathe cleaner air.

The ULEZ will continue to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends (except Christmas day), with a £12.50 daily charge for vehicles that do not meet the required emissions standards.

Which vehicles does this apply to?

Cars, motorcycles, vans and other specialist vehicles (up to and including 3.5 tonnes) and minibuses (up to and including 5 tonnes) will need to meet the required ULEZ emissions standards when driving within and into the expanded zone, or pay a daily charge.

Four out of five cars already meet the ULEZ emissions standards, but we need owners of the remaining older cars, motorcycles, lighter van and minibuses to take action.

What do I need to do?

Check your vehicle meets the ULEZ emissions standards and the interactive map of the zone. Visit the Transport for London website.

Reimbursements for NHS patients

NHS patients who are clinically assessed as being at moderate or high risk of coronavirus are now eligible for reimbursement of the ULEZ charge for a temporary time period.

Patients may also be eligible to claim if you are clinically assessed as too ill, weak or disabled to travel to an appointment on public transport and:

  • Have a compromised immune system
  • Require regular therapy or assessments
  • Need regular surgical intervention

How to claim as an NHS patient

For NHS patients travelling in a vehicle that doesn't meet the ULEZ emissions standards, you'll need to pay the daily ULEZ charge before you can make a claim. 

If someone else paid the Congestion Charge or ULEZ charge for the journey you made, you can make a claim on their behalf.

To claim your reimbursement, please complete the form below and then submit to the Cashiers office which is next to the Restaurant.  Please submit a copy of the receipt that you received from TfL when submitting payment where this is possible – all forms however must include the receipt number otherwise we are unable to process the payment.

Please submit for the reimbursement form as soon as possible following your attendance at the hospital – we will either reimburse via cash if you attend in person, or else make a bank transfer to your account.  All submissions must be made within three months.

Download the form:  ULEZ reimbursement form [docx] 37KB