Due to lack of car parking space, many hospitals in our region strongly recommend that patients, visitors and staff use public transport when travelling to their sites. Visit the hospital on the bus and you don’t have to worry about congested roads, struggling to find a parking space or getting lost.
It's easy to travel to hospital by bus. If you are unsure where to alight, ask the driver to alert you when you reach the hospital stop. Many
of our buses are easily accessible to all passengers due to their low floors. We also have seats on our buses specially dedicated for use by elderly
and disabled passengers.
Hull Royal Infirmary, Castle Hill Hospital and Spire Hull & East Riding Hospital are all served by our bus services.
To find out which service is best for you,
use the Timetable Lookup to find the times and stops of your bus.
Hull Royal Infirmary has a bus stop right outside, so it can be a shorter walk from the bus stop than from the car park! Lots of buses stop there, and even if you don’t have a direct bus it’s easy to change at the Interchange as the hospital is only a short bus ride from Hull City Centre.
Castle Hill Hospital has several bus stops in the hospital grounds, so most departments are only a short walk from the bus. Some buses go around the site, and some stop on Castle Road outside, so please check with your driver if you aren’t sure where to catch your bus home.
Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital is a ten or fifteen minute walk from the main ‘Red Lion’ stop in Anlaby, or alternatively we have some buses that stop on the road right outside. If you aren’t sure, please ask your driver where to get on and off the bus.
For fares and further information please phone BusLine on 01482 59 29 29.
East Riding Hospitals
Most hospitals in the East Riding can be accessed by bus, although a short walk may be involved in some cases.
If in doubt, please ring BusLine on 01482 59 29 29, and they can answer any of your hospital travel queries.
East Riding Community Hospital can be found on Swinemoor Lane in Beverley.
Service 521 gives a link between Beverley Bus Station, Swinemoor and East Riding Community Hospital. The bus goes into the hospital grounds and stops
at the bus stop near the main entrance.
Services 121 and 122 pass the hospital regularly, but you'll need to use the bus stops on Swinemoor Lane or Hull Bridge Road, as these buses stay on
the main road and do not go into the hospital site.
Timetables for these services can be found by using the Timetable Lookup, or
ring BusLine for more details: 01482 59 29 29.
Bridlington and District Hospital can be found on Bessingby Road in Bridlington.
We run several buses that serve Bridlington Hospital - for times, please see the Timetable Lookup. If you cannot find a direct bus to the hospital from your
location, please ring BusLine on 01482 59 29 29, for advice on connecting buses.
Hornsea Cottage Hospital is located on Eastgate in Hornsea.
Service 550, the Hornsea Town Service, serves the hospital. The timetable for Service 550, and other bus services to Hornsea, can be found by using the
Timetable Lookup. There may be a short walk between the bus stop and the hospital for some services. For more details, please ring Busline on 01482 59 29 29.
Withernsea Community Hospital can be easily reached by bus, as it is located on Queen Street in Withernsea, which is just a
short walk from several bus stops.
To find buses that travel to Withernsea from your location, use our Timetable Lookup. If there are no direct buses please ring BusLine on 01482 59 29 29
for advice on connections.
Scarborough Hospital is easy to get to on a Scarborough & District bus. Simply download our
Scarborough Hospital Bus Guide
to find which bus is right for you, then use the Timetable Lookup to find when the bus you need to catch leaves.
If you need to travel on more than one bus to get to hospital, buying a day ticket may save you money. For more information see
our fares and tickets page, call BusLine on 01482 59 29 29 or
ask the driver.