Parking for patients and visitors is very limited, and there is often a queue. The car park is ‘pay on foot’ so please have the correct change. You can also pay by credit or debit card. Pay and get your exit ticket before returning to your car.
Please use public transport whenever possible.
Evelina London and St Thomas’ Hospital are located in the congestion charging zone.
You may be eligible to claim back your congestion charge under the congestion charging NHS reimbursement scheme. Find out more on our help with travel page.
The nearest tube stations are:
Lambeth North – Bakerloo line (10 minutes’ walk)
The nearest Train stations are:
Waterloo, Waterloo East, and are a 10-15 minutes’ walk away.
Victoria and Charing Cross are 20–30 minutes’ walk away.
Allow 15-20 minutes to get from the bus stop to where you need to be in the hospital. The following bus routes serve St Thomas’ Hospital/Evelina London
See the bus routes map or for information about buses and tubes, call Transport for London on 0843 222 1234 (24 hours).
OTH Minicabs – 020 3397 3753
There are play areas in the wards with games, books, computers, TV and music centres.
In the outpatients department on the ground floor there are lots of toys and games and a large helter skelter slide.
The Evelina London pharmacy is on the ground floor of Evelina London. open Monday-Friday, 10am-5.30pm.
The pharmacy is closed on Saturdays, although a pharmacy service is available on the wards. There is no pharmacy service on Sundays.
There’s also a Sainsbury’s pharmacy in St Thomas’ Hospital where families can buy toiletries and over-the-counter medicines.
There is also wide range of shops and services available right next door in St Thomas’ Hospital.
There is an AMT café on the ground floor of Evelina London, towards the back of the hospital and in the third floor atrium, both serve drinks and food.
There is also an AMT coffee shop at St Thomas’ Hospital, open 24 hours, seven days a week.
There are also vending machines located across the hospital.
MediCinema is a state-of-the art cinema for patients, their family and carers to enjoy, based at St Thomas’ Hospital in the Prideaux Lecture Theatre. The facilities screen the latest box-office releases – and they’re free.
Screenings for Evelina London are on Wednesdays at 6pm.
Tickets are usually distributed on the wards by a MediCinema manager or volunteer – if you’re not sure how to get a ticket, talk to your nurse.
All tickets need to be signed off by a nurse to make sure your child is well enough to attend a screening. If your child is an outpatient, you’ll need to provide proof that they’re being treated at Evelina, such as an appointment letter.
The closest banks to Evelina London and St Thomas’ Hospital are: