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Wexham Park Hospital is located approximately two miles north of Slough town centre on the corner of Wexham Street and Church Lane/Wexham Park Lane.

Our car park is often very busy and we ask that wherever possible you travel to your appointment or visit the hospital by public transport to ease pressure, avoid congestion and any delay to your appointment.

You can get to the hospital

Via the M4 - closest junction 5

Via the M25 - closest junctions 15 and 16

Via the M40 - closest junction 2

For sat nav use post code SL2 4HL

The hospital is serviced by two local bus operators, First Berkshire and Thames Valley Network and Redline. Both pick up and set down passengers at a dedicated bus stop in the hospital directly adjacent to the main entrance.

Bus services that stop at the hospital travel to/from a number of destinations in the local area, including Slough, Maidenhead, Bracknell and the Chalfonts.

Bus company timetables

First Berkshire and Thames Valley Network

Redline

 

 

The nearest railway station is Slough, which is part of the National Rail network operated by First Great Western.

Trains to/from the station provide frequent and efficient services between many destinations, including London Paddington, Windsor and Eton Central, Maidenhead, Reading, and Oxford.

Options for travelling to the hospital from the train station are:

  • By bus, on the WP1, 6/6a or 335 from Slough bus station

  • Taxi rank adjacent to the station entrance on Brunel Way.

Please allow between 5 to 10 minutes travel time by taxi and 20 minutes by bus in order to reach the hospital. Bus services may take up to 30 minutes during peak times due to traffic congestion.

For further information and assistance in planning your train journey to Slough please visit National Rail or First Great Western.

Visitors traveling to/from London should also refer to Transport for London (TfL) for assistance with public transport options, including services to/from Paddington Station on London Underground and London Buses.