Sheffield Childrens NHS Foundation Trust

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We treated nearly 200,000 patients in 2014/15.

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Public transport

Please note that from February 2016 The University of Sheffield will be carrying out some significant remodelling work to roads near the hospital which may affect your journey. This interactive map shows dates and locations of planned disruption around the campus.

Public transport is the best way to travel to Sheffield Children's Hospital. 

We are well served by bus services (51, 52, 273, 274, 275) and close to the tram route.

Use Travel South Yorkshire's journey planner tool to plan your journey to the main hospital site on Western Bank. You can also view an interactive map with live bus departure times.

We provide clinics and services on several sites so check your appointment letter for the address of the site you need to visit. View full address details for all sites.

You can plan your journey on public transport to and from anywhere in the UK using the Travel South Yorkshire Journey Planner.

Travel South Yorkshire have also published a free Sheffield Hospital Guide which lists bus routes serving all Sheffield hospitals.

Tram stops

Yellow and blue route trams call at the University of Sheffield stop a short walk from the main hospital site on Western Bank.

The Infirmary Road stop is the closest to Centenary House on both the yellow and blue routes.

The blue route service runs to Crystal Peaks close to the Becton Centre.

A tram park and ride scheme also operates from Nunnery Square and Middlewood.

Use Travel South Yorkshire's interactive map to view all Sheffield tram stops and plan your journey to any of our sites.


You may prefer to book a private taxi for your journey to and from Sheffield Children's Hospital. If you do, please ask the driver to drop you off at the main entrance to avoid congesting our ambulance bay.

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