Public transport to and from Princess Anne Hospital

There are good transport links to and from the hospital. You can catch a bus from outside the main entrance on Tremona Road. Routes and times are available from the information point at the main entrance, where there is also a real time data board detailing actual bus arrival and departure times. There is also a taxi rank outside the main entrance, and a free taxi phone in the corridor just inside the main entrance. The nearest mainline train station is Southampton Central.

For more information on how to get here, click the links below.

Local bus routes

Several local bus routes serve the hospital sites.

Xelabus X11

This service runs from Lordshill to city centre, via Southampton General Hospital. Patients and visitors can receive 50% off of their fare with a promotional car parking ticket. 

Click here to view the timetable for the X11 service.

Bluestar 7

Up to every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday (daytime) between Lordshill and Botley Road, via Southampton General Hospital, Millbrook, Shirley, the city centre and Woolston. Up to every hour on Sundays (daytime).

Click here to view the timetable for the Bluestar 7.

Bluestar 17

Up to every ten minutes between Southampton General Hospital, Lordshill and Lower Brownhill, Monday to Saturday (daytimes)

Click here to view the timetable for the Bluestar 17.

City Red Three (First Bus)

Up to every seven minutes between Thornhill, Woolston, Southampton, Shirley and Lordshill, Monday to Friday (daytimes) and up to every ten minutes, Saturday (daytimes)

Click here to view the timetables for all City Red buses. For other First buses going to the hospital, click here.

Unilink U6H

Up to every 20 minutes between West Quay, Southampton University and Southampton General Hospital, Monday to Saturday (daytimes) 

Click here to view the timetable for the U6H.

Bus operators

For more information about local buses, including discounts available for frequent users, see the operators' websites: 

Train operators

Southampton Central train station connects to London and all major cities and towns along the South Coast.

For more information visit the National Rail website.

The Bluestar 17 and City Red Three buses stop outside Southampton Central train station before continuing their journey to Southampton General Hospital and Princess Anne Hospital.  

Coach operators

Ferry operators

Taxi operator

Note: you will find a free phone to contact Door 2 Door Cars at the main entrance.

Medical transport service 

More information

For more information and advice on your journey to Southampton General Hospital, visit the links below.