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Date: 28 May 2017

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Travelling by train

Travelling to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and the Heritage Building by train

The nearest station to the hospital is University station, which is less than 10 minutes' walk from the hospital. The hospital is clearly signposted from the station.

A minibus service is also available, which carries patients, visitors and staff from University station to the Birmingham Women's Hospital, both the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Heritage buildings and the Mental Health Trust. The bus runs approximately every 20 minutes between 07:00 and 19:00, Monday – Friday.

Maps of the hospital site are available from the 'Related pages' and 'Downloads' sections near the bottom of this page.

University station is on the Cross City line. There are trains approximately every 10 minutes from New Street station in Birmingham city centre (final destination: Longbridge or Redditch). Certain services from Birmingham New Street station towards Hereford and Cardiff also stop at University station, but please check before boarding.

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