St Mark's HospitalLondon North West Healthcare

Getting Here

St Mark’s and Northwick Park are adjoining hospitals in Watford Road, Harrow. Below you will find information about how to get here, whether you are using public transport or driving.

Plan your own journey using the Transport for London Journey Planner.

Journey Planner

Pay by Phone

First time users

1. Call 0845 122 8008 as soon as you have parked your vehicle
2. You will need this car park’s Location Code, the length of your stay and your payment card details
3. Reply to the text with your Vehicle Registration Number. Your parking is now paid.

Once you are registered you can pay and extend your parking by SMS message and view your parking history online: www.apcoa.co.uk/connet.

Registered Users

1. Call 0845 122 8008 as soon as you have parked your vehicle
2. We’ll recognise your phone number and offer you the same parking seesion from your last call to us. You can accept or amend these details and confirm your payment.

The Location Codes for Northwick are displayed in the car parking areas, visitor codes are:

  • Car Park 2 Location Code is 2222
  • Car Park 3 Location Code is 2223
  • Car park 4 Location Code is 2224

Please note, this service is not available in the multistorey car park.

See more on the London North West Healthcare NHS Trust website.

By Bus

The following bus routes will take you to St Mark’s and Northwick Park Hospitals.

Bus routes 186, 223, H9, H10 and H14 enter the grounds of the hospital.

Route 182 stops on Watford Road; short distance away.

Routes 114 and 183 stop on Kenton Road; roughly a 15-minute walk from the hospital.

There is low floor and wheelchair access available on all of these routes.

Please note that you can no longer use cash to pay for bus fare; instead use your Oyster card or contactless payment card.

By Tube

The nearest underground station to St Mark’s is Northwick Park, which serves the Metropolitan Line. Northwick Park is 5 minutes away from the hospital on foot.

Kenton Station, which serves the Bakerloo and London Overground lines, is roughly a 15 minute walk from the hospital.

There are toilets available at Northwick Park station, but not at Kenton station. View a map of toilets available on the underground, created by Transport for London.

By Car

Parking is available throughout the hospital grounds in car parks 1 (multi-storey), 2, 3, and 4; these locations are clearly signposted from the hospital ring road.

The following is a list of current car parking charges; these are accurate at the time of writing, but may be subject to change.

Parking Charges

  • 1 Hour = £2.50
  • 2 Hours = £4.70
  • 5 Hours = £6.10
  • 8 Hours = £9.40
  • 24 Hours = £12.20
  • 5 Day Pass = £22.50
  • 7 Day Pass = £28.50
  • Penalty Notice = £30.00

Car Parks

  • Car parks 1 (multi-storey), 2 and 3 are by Northwick Park Hospital. Parking is payable upon exit.
  • Car park 4 is outside the entrance to St Mark’s Hospital, and utilises a pay and display system.
  • If you are coming in for your first outpatient appointment, we would recommend that you put enough money into the machine for at least 2 hours.


5 and 7 day parking passes can be bought from the car parking office in Car Park 1. These passes are transferable between two cars and can be used for multiple visits per day.

There designated spaces for disabled drivers in car parks 1-4, with no charge. Please clearly display your Blue Badge when you park in these spaces. Vehicles not driven by disabled drivers are not entitled to park in the designated bays, irrespective of whether they display a Blue Badge.

Parking charge notice: £60.00 (discounted by 50% to £30 if paid within 14 days).

Patients undergoing dialysis treatment can park all day in car park 2 for £2. Patients will be required to display a letter issued by the renal unit on their dash board.

By Bike

There are 26 cycle parking spaces in Northwick Park and St Mark’s Hospitals.