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Information about parking near Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Queen Elizabeth Hospital is located at Mindelsohn Way, Birmingham. The hospital is open 24/7 and has an emergency department. With the area being an urban and business centre, and with a few schools, parks, restaurants and universities and research centres around, the demand for parking is often high.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in queen elizabeth hospital, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    Parking on-street is available near the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, but it can get quite pricey. However, if you decide to go with the on-street option, you can book your space online to make sure it will wait for you when you arrive, and you won’t have to drive around in search for a spot.

  • Off-street parking

    Queen Elizabeth Hospital offers a car park for visitors near the hospital. It is the closest one, called Q-Park QEHB on Metchley Park Rd. There is another Q-Park on the other side of the hospital for staff only, so keep that in mind if you choose the Q-Park parking. Around the hospital itself, parking should be in the designated and marked car parking areas.


    There are a few car parks for parking near the hospital, as well as private driveways. Other car parks in the vicinity are Charlton Village car park, York Street car park, Harborne-St. John’s Road and Metchley Lane.

  • Public transport

    If you are going to the hospital via public transport, there are a few bus lines going there. You can take lines 10H, 10S, 19 or X22 to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital station. Lines 10H, 10S, 19 as well as 27 are going to the Metchley Park Rd station. To get to the Stop QC at Queen Elizabeth Hospital take lines 1, 1A or 76. Lines 10H, 48, X20, X21 and X22 will take you to the QD Stop at University Station that is just a short walk from the hospital.


    There is also a free shuttle bus service running Mon-Fri from 7.00 to 19.00. It drives patients, visitors and staff from car parks to QEHB Main Entrance and Emergency Department.

  • Disabled parking

    Disabled parking the Queen Elizabeth Hospital is available for the blue badge holders in a few locations:


    QEHB Q-Park on Metchley Park Rd, in car parks A2 and D Heritage Building in the hospital on the Mindelsohn Way near the Cancer Centre, and East Block Day Unit

    In these designated areas, disabled parking is free.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Restrictions on access roads are marked with lines of yellow and red colour, to make sure the traffic flows smoothly around the hospital. Red lines outside of the Emergency Department and on primary routes mark the no stopping or waiting zone. Driving speed in these areas is limited to 20 mph.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    The QEHB parking is open and operating on holidays.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    Red lines around the hospital mark the no stopping or waiting zone. Cars are not allowed to stop in these zones for drop-off or pick-up purposes.

  • Nearby attractions

    The nearest attractions are in the centre of Birmingham. One might want to visit the Coffin Works, the Secret Garden, Brindley Place Clock Tower, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham Back to Backs or a few other museums. There is also a Wildlife Conservation Park, and Cadbury World is only a few minutes drive away.