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St Peter’s Hospital is located between Woking and Chertsey close to junction 11 of the M25.

Maternity Services are in "Abbey Wing" - the big building opposite the main entrance to the site (as shown in the photo above and highlighted in pink below).

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Travelling by car

To access detailed directions by entering your home postcode, please click here. You can also read details about parking on the St Peter's Hospital site.

 

Travelling by bus

Travelling by bus

There are regular bus services operating to St Peter’s Hospital from Woking, Staines and other surrounding areas.

Show below is the general frequency for these routes - early morning, evening, bank holiday, and weekend times may vary. Click on the route number for the full version or visit the Surrey County Council webpages.

Route Stopping at Frequency
431 Fieldcommon, Weybridge, Addlestone, Ottershaw, St Peter's Hospital 80 mins
446 Staines Bus Station, Penton Park, Chertsey, St Peter's Hospital, Ottershaw and Woking Railway Station 60 mins
457 Addlestone, Ottershaw, St Peter's Hospital 120 mins
461 Kingston, Hampton Court, West Molesey, Walton, Weybridge, St Peter's Hospital 30 mins
557 Addlestone, Coombelands, St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey, Shepperton and Sunbury Tesco 60 mins

 

Last updated 20th November 2018

 

Maternity Numbers

Surrey Heartlands Pregnancy Advice Line
0300 123 5473

Ante-natal Clinic
01932 722389

Maternity Appointments
01932 722366

Joan Booker Ward
01932 722291

Neonatal Ward
01932 722667

Ultrasound Queries
01932 722665

Visiting Times

Joan Booker Ward (Antenatal and Postnatal)

08.00hrs - 22.00hrs for partners only

13.00hrs - 20.00hrs for all other visitors. No more than 3 visitors at a time.

Children under 16 cannot visit at any time unless they are the brother/sister of the new baby

 

Labour Ward Visiting Hours

Partner allowed anytime

In labour a maximum of two birthing partners.

For all other visitors - visiting times are 2-4pm, 6-8pm. Only two visitors at a time during this period.

Children under the age of 16 are not able to visit unless they are siblings.

This is to improve patient safety, reduce infection risks, maintain a lean environment and to allow families quiet time to bond with their baby.