- Last Updated: Tuesday, 05 January 2021 13:41
Welcome to the St Peter’s Healthcare Campus, your guide to travelling to our Chertsey site and the various healthcare facilities.
Where do you want to go?
St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey is situated in greenbelt parkland between Woking and Chertsey near junction 11 of the M25. It is 30 miles south west of central London and 10 miles from Heathrow Airport.
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How are you travelling to us?
There are regular bus services operating to the St Peter’s campus from Woking, Staines and other surrounding areas.
The St Peter's healthcare campus is a 20 minute walk from Chertsey train station. Follow the Guildford Road (A320) from the station. You will pass the school and playing fields to the hospital. There is a taxi service by the station and it is on the main 557 and 446 bus route (going towards Woking).
Depending on your route, you may find it more convenient to travel to Woking station as it is has more major connections than Chertsey. Woking is a 25 minute journey from Waterloo. St Peter's is a four mile walk from the station but there are regular buses and taxi companies available by the exit.
The St Peter's healthcare campus is a fair distance (15-20 minute walk) from the local towns of Chertsey, Addlestone and Ottershaw.
We have a number of cycle routes leading to the St Peter's campus from the nearby villages and towns.