Car parking facilities are limited to blue badge holders only. There are parking meters and an NCP car park close to the hospital. When using a parking meter it is your responsibility to pay for enough time to cover your appointment. This could be a minimum of three hours.
Blue Badge Holders
The entrance to Birmingham Dental Hospital is off Lancaster Circus (download map). Come onto St Chad’s Queensway as if heading towards the Thistle Hotel. The entrance is the very first left (a small driveway) as you come off the island and is signposted as Dental and Children's Hospital deliveries. Inform the Children's Hospital Security Guard that you are a blue badge holder and require parking for the Birmingham Dental Hospital. Once parked you will need to gain access to Birmingham Dental Hospital via the front patient entrance (steps or ramp) and report to the main reception desk.
Travelling on foot
Birmingham Dental Hospital is well signed from the city centre (download map) initially in the direction of Birmingham Children's Hospital. New Street, Moor Street and Snow Hill railway stations and bus stops in Corporation Street, New Street and Colmore Row are all within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the hospital.
Travel West Midlands
Information about public transport routes can be found at the Network West Midlands website here.
Patient transport services
Hospital transport is provided for patients who have a medical condition that prevents them from using private or public transport. Click here for more information.
*Update on Birmingham City Centre Transport and Travel during 2013*
Please be aware that your journey to Birmingham Dental Hospital may be affected by planned improvements to rail and road networks, so you may need to allow extra time for your journey.
The first phase of the New Street station development will be completed on 28 April 2013. The existing entrances will close and three new entrances will open into the first half of the new station. For details visit: http://newstreetnewstart.co.uk/
Between 19 July and 2 September 2013, the A38 tunnels will be closed for essential maintenance and repairs, with some preparatory work affecting some routes in advance of this. Full details, alternative routes and alternative transport information is available here:
Additional local authority staff and Centro travel advisers will be on hand to support the public in the areas affected.