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CircleNottingham is conveniently located on the Queen's Medical
Centre (QMC) campus of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
which is located on the western side of the city of Nottingham.
CircleNottingham is situated on the Queens Medical Centre site.
To access the centre by car please leave the M1 motorway at
Junction 25, and take the 'A52 to Nottingham', past Stapleford,
Bramcote and Wollaton Park. As you pass the University on your
right you will come to a large traffic island with Queen's Medical
Centre on the right immediately after the island. Turn right here,
take the first slip road on the left into the hospital grounds.
Continue along the hospital perimeter road (one-way system) until
you reach CircleNottingham. Turn left on to Lister Road which is
the road before CircleNottingham. If you miss the turning you will
need to continue around the perimeter road again.
The CircleNottingham car park is underneath the Centre and is
available for all patients and visitors, though spaces may be
limited at times. On Lister Road, in front of the building, there
is a dropping off area. Click here for useful information about
parking fees for NHS patients and CircleNottingham private
If the car park is full, there are three Queen's Medical Centre
car parks nearby. The closest car park to the CircleNottingham is
the Queen's Medical Centre Car Park 3, which is situated behind
CircleNottingham. Click here for useful information about parking
A number of bus routes operate via the QMC campus. For more
information contact Nottingham City Transport on 0115 950 60 70 (7
days a week) or visit nctx.co.uk
FREE Medilink shuttle buses, provided by the Nottingham
University Hospital Trust operate between: Queen's Drive Park and
Ride site, the QMC Campus, Crown Island, Nuthall Road, Wilkinson
Street Park and Ride site and around the City Hospital Campus.
Medilink buses run every 10 minutes, Monday to Friday 8am to
Our patient transport service is available for those who might
otherwise find it difficult to get to the CircleNottingham. To find
out if you qualify, please contact us on 0115 970 5800.
We are pleased to announce that the expansion of the Nottingham
Tram network will result in a stop outside the Treatment Centre.
Building work on the NET Phase Two will start January 2012 with an
expected operational date of January 2015. Further information on
construction and any expected disruptions along the route can be