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Sussex Orthopaedic Treatment Centre

+44 (0)1444 44 8770 Lewes Road Haywards Heath RH16 4EY

Map of the hospital site

We are located on the Princess Royal Hospital site. View a map of the Princess Royal Hospital site

Journey planner

Click here to plan a journey to the Princess Royal Hospital

By bus

Metrobus: 270, 271, 272

The Sussex Bus: 30, 39, 40X

The 271 and 272 bus services run between the Princess Royal Hospital and Royal Sussex County Hospital. This service is free to patients carrying an appointment letter for the date of travel. You can view the timetable online

By train

The nearest train station is Haywards Heath and the hospital is 30 – 40 minutes walk, some of which is moderately uphill. Taxis are normally available at the station. The station is on the London to Brighton line with frequent trains.

Regular buses run to the hospital from Perrymount Road, which is a two minute walk from the station. Turn right from the front entrance, follow round to the right and cross the road to the bus stop.

Patient transport service

The patient transport service is available for patients who are unable (for medical reasons) to use public or private transport.

The below information relates to parking across the whole of the Princess Royal Hospital site.

On-site pay-and-display car parks

Car park 1: Opposite the main entrance, includes 16 disabled bays with a further 6 disabled bays immediately opposite the main entrance.

Car park 2:  Situated immediately next to (west of) the main hospital building.

Car park 4: Situated behind the main hospital building.

On-street pay-and-display bays

There is pay-and-display parking along Colwell Road and on the roads by the Hurstwood Park Centre.


Less than 2 hours: £2.00
2 – 4 hours: £3.20
4 – 6 hours: £4.40
6 – 12 hours: £8.00
12 – 24 hours: £18.00
Over 24 hours: £18.00 plus the appropriate tariff above for the excess time parked

Charges apply to all users (including disabled badge holders).

Concessions are available for cancer centre patients, patients who are in hospital for a long period and their relatives and carers.  Parking is free for specific patient groups such as those undergoing regular dialysis.

Income from car parking charges is re-invested in the management and maintenance of the Trust’s car parks and in green travel initiatives, including the inter-site bus service between RSCH and PRH.

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