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Altrincham General Hospital

Bus, Train and Tram

Cycle

Walk

Accessiblility

Car

Map and Directions

 

Bus

The hospital is less than 10 minute's walk from the bus, train and tram interchange. The interchange is currently being developed with some areas closed off but is still served by public transport from Trafford, Manchester, Stockport, Warrington, Bury, Salford and Eccles.

Click the link below to download details of buses to and from Altrincham town centre and their temporary bus stop locations:

Altrincham centre buses

The nearest rail station is Altrincham Train Station (ALT). For a personalised rail timetable, simply click the link below and enter your starting station, destination (ALT) and travel time.

Personalised rail timetable

Click the link below to find details of trams to and from Altrincham town centre:

Altrincham centre trams

Cycle

Cycle stands are located nearby on George Street and outside the library Stamford New Road. It's a 5 minute ride to us from Altrincham Interchange.

For a personalised cycling map and directions to our site, simply click the link below and enter your start location.

Cycling map and directions

Walk

We're based on Oxford Road and are very well connected to the rest of the city. It's about a 40 minute walk from Manchester Piccadilly Train Station, or 20 minutes from Manchester Oxford Road Train Station.

For a personalised walking map and directions to our site, simply click the link below and enter your start location.

Walking map and directions

Car

Altrincham General Hospital is a busy town centre location and has no designated car-parking facilities, if you choose to travel by car please allow extra time for traffic and finding nearby public parking.

Blue Badge holders can use the designated off-street disabled parking spaces to the front and rear of the hospital. These are located outside the Outpatients entrance on Market Street and near the entrance to the Minor Injuries Unit on Greenwood Street

For a personalised driving map and directions to our site, simply click the link below and enter your start location.

Driving map and directions

Accessibility and Specialist requirements

  • Disabled Access

The main Outpatients department, Minor Injuries Unit and x-ray are at ground level; however, there are steps leading up to the main entrance of the hospital. Wheelchair users can access the hospital via the Greenwood Street entrance at the rear of the building.

  • Wheelchairs

Wheelchairs are available at the entrances to Outpatients and the Minor Injuries Unit.

  • Specialist Requirements

If you have any special requirements such as help with visual impairment, hearing, language or communication matters, please ask a member of staff for assistance or contact the Patient Advice & Liaison Service (PALS) on 0161 746 2019. You can also contact the Trust by minicom on 0161 746 2243. Sign Language Interpreters and Lip Speakers may also be available by prior arrangement.

Accessible transport guide

  • Transport for Sick Children

Transport for Sick Children is a registered charity working throughout Greater Manchester and helping children to reach their hospital appointments.

Email: to@transportforsickchildren.org

Website: http://www.transportforsickchildren.org

Telephone enquiries: 0161 432 7800

  • Ring and Ride

Ring and Ride is a door-to-door accessible minibus service for people of all ages who find it difficult to use ordinary public transport.

Email: enquiries@ringandride.info
Website: http://www.tfgm.com/ringandride/

Telephone enquiries: 0161 200 6011

  • Travel vouchers

Travel vouchers are for people who are not able to use ordinary buses, trains or Metrolnk and have serious walking difficulties or are registered blind. They can be used to pay for taxis and for travel on accessible bus services such as Ring and Ride and Community transport.

Website: http://www.tfgm.com/journey_planning/Tickets/Pages/tickets_travel_vouchers.aspx

Telephone enquiries: 0161 244 1050

  • Community transport

Local Link is a service which allows passengers within certain areas of Greater Manchester to book door-to-door journeys.

Website: http://www.tfgm.com/buses/local_link/Pages/default.aspx

Telephone enquiries: 0845 605 5505

 

Map and Directions

Click here to download a map of the site, showing drop-off areas, parking, entrances

Click here to download map with directions

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