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Planning your Journey

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Planning Your journey to Broomfield Hospital.

Broomfield Hospital is located in Chelmsford, Essex with several conveniently situated transport links and 1,808 parking spaces. Whether you’re travelling by car, bus, train, bike or on foot – getting here is easier than ever.

More information:

By bus | Park and RideChelmsford Community Transportby trainby bike | Car/motorbike | Parking | By taxi


 

By bus

There is a bus stop outside the main hospital atrium entrance and there are numerous bus routes servicing the hospital from across the area and further afield across mid and south Essex.

These are operated by:

First Bus | Click here for local bus routes to the hospital

Further information can be found at Essex County Council.

Traveling between the three hospitals and other sites

Traveling between the hospitals has never been easier with multiple ways of getting around mid and south Essex hospitals.

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Park and Ride

Chelmer Valley - Broomfield Hospital Park and Ride Shuttle Bus

Essex County council and Mid Essex Hospitals Services NHS Trust are offering a community link service between Chelmer Valley Park and Ride and Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford. 

Monday to Friday.

Every 23 minutes between the two sites.

First bus leaves at 6.37am from Chelmer Valley Park and Ride car park.

Last bus leaves at 18.40pm from Broomfield Hospital.

Click here to find more information on the Chelmer Valley Park and Ride.

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Chelmsford Community Transport

Do you need transport to get to hospital or other NHS services?
Covering Chelmsford with their wheelchair accessible minibuses - and across Essex in their volunteer cars

Chelmsford Community Transport is a patient transport scheme provided by volunteers for patients and their families who have difficulty getting to and from their hospital appointment. As well as journeys to the hospital, the service also covers many clinics across mid Essex run by Broomfield Hospital.

They offer:

  • Minibuses free using your concessionary bus pass
  • Door to door service 
  • Affordable prices
  • Friendly DBS checked drivers
  • Assisted trips available 
  • Small registration fee applies

 

For more information on how to book go to the website www.chelmsfordct.org or call 01245 477750.

Click here to download the leaflet (link to leaflet).

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By train

Rail company Greater Anglia operates frequent trains to Chelmsford station where a bus can be caught direct to Broomfield Hospital. Ask for a plus bus ticket before travelling. This will include both your bus and train fares and save you time on your journey.

Clink on the link below to plan your journey time and cost.

Click here for the Greater Anglia rail website.

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By bike

There are cycle routes leading into Broomfield Hospital and cycle parking can be found outside the main hospital atrium. 

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By car/motorbike

By car/motorbike - Sat nav: CM1 7ET

Directions: Signposted from the A12 the hospital can be accessed from multiple directions.

See location map above for directions.

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Parking

Car parking is available for patients and visitors’, however it is in great demand and therefore we recommend that between the hours of 9am to 2pm you leave in plenty of time as it may be difficult to park. Alternatively, if possible, please consider alternative ways of getting to the Trust. 

 

Car Parking Concessions

 

 

Type of concession

 

 

Details

Patients

Disabled Blue Badge Holders

 

Dedicated, priority car parking bays – free of charge

 

 

Frequently returning patients

 

Patients receiving treatment for three or more consecutive days

£3 daily ticket / £15  seven day ticket

If you receive benefits

On proof of certain benefits you may be able to claim back your travel expenses and car parking cost through the “Healthcare Travel Cost Scheme”

Carers

Carers of patients with cognitive impairment

A carers pass must be presented to the cashiers office (one pass per patient)

£3 daily ticket / £15  seven day ticket

Parents of children that has been admitted

One pass per parent – tickets available from the cashiers office

£3 daily ticket / £15  seven day ticket

Visitors

Visitors of inpatients expecting to be in hospital for longer than 7 days

£15  Seven day ticket

Visitors of patients that have been an inpatient for longer than four weeks

Two passes per patients  - free of charge

Swan Initiative (families of patients on the end of life pathway)

Concessionary tickets available for two cars per patient

£3 daily ticket / £15  seven day ticket

*Concessionary tickets are non-refundable


How to claim

For full information and advice please speak to the staff at the cashiers office near the main hospital reception desk in the atrium. Office hours 08.30 to 16.30.

We operate a pay and display car park. Our car park ticket machines are cash only and do not give change. Please use the cash machine by cashiers office. 

Drop off and disabled parking

There are many different locations across our sites that offer drop off and disabled parking. Below you can download a map of all the disabled parking and drop off areas.  

Map of disabled and drop off areas.

Should you require any further information and guidance on the proposed car parking control measures, please e-mail us on: travel.centre@meht.nhs.uk

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By taxi

If you need a taxi during the day please call:

Fareway Taxis - 01245 355555

Happy Cabs - 01245 443443

Allied Taxis - 01245 443232

Chelmsford Taxis - 01245 350350

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