Patient and visitor information

Getting here

There are a number of ways to travel to Southampton NHS Treatment Centre, including public transport. Find us on Google Maps.

By Bus:

Uni-link U6 and First 21 and 21A bus routes. Download the timetables for these routes by clicking here: U6 21/21A

By Train:

From Southampton Central Station: It is approximately a 15 minute walk to the RSH or take one of the above buses or a taxi from just outside the station.

By Car:

Follow directions to RSH Hospital, close to Southampton city centre. Entrance is off Onslow Road.

Wherever possible visitors are encouraged to use public transport.

The Treatment Centre is located on Levels C and D of the main block of Royal South Hants Hospital

Download our location guide.

On-site parking

Car Park A

Overground car park, first accessible car park from Brintons Terrace. Not recommended for disabled access.

Car Park E

Overground car park. DISABLED ACCESS ONLY. Blue badge, permit holders or RSH volunteers only. All other vehicles strictly prohibited.

Car Park F

Overground car park, nearest to all departments. Not recommended for disabled access.

Please note: Parking is charged per hour.

Free Wi-Fi

We offer free Wi-Fi access for patients and visitors

Accessibility

All areas of our treatment centre are accessible to wheelchair users. Portable hearing loops are available at the main reception desk and can be carried around the treatment centre as required.

Our patient information is available in a range of languages, large print and Braille on request from the main reception desk. We also have an interpretation service available to support you if English is not your preferred language.

On-site food and drink

There are vending machines in the waiting area for visitors who would like refreshments. The League of Friends is located by the main entrance on Level B and they sell hot and cold drinks, as well as sandwiches and a selection of snacks.

Your room

Southampton Treatment Centre is pleased to confirm that we are compliant with the Government’s requirement to eliminate mixed-sex accommodation, except when it is in the patient’s overall best interest, or reflects their personal choice.

We have the necessary facilities, resources and culture to ensure that patients who are admitted to our centre will only share the room where they sleep with members of the same sex, and same sex toilets and bathrooms will be close to their bed area.

 


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