Getting to Alder Hey
Alder Hey is in the West Derby area of Liverpool, a five-minute drive from the M62 and easily accessible by public transport.
You can get directions to Alder Hey from Google Maps.
Getting to the Emergency Department
The Emergency Department entrance is on Eaton Road (L12 2AP on sat navs). Enter the hospital site from Eaton Road entrance. If you arrive by car, use the drop-off facilities outside the Emergency Department or use the short stay car park.
The Emergency Department is also accessible from the East Prescot Road and multi-storey car park entrances by walking through the hospital atrium.
Getting to the main entrance and multi-storey car park
The main entrance and car park is on East Prescot Road (L14 5AB on sat navs). Enter the hospital site from East Prescot Road. If you are arriving by car, use the drop-off facilities outside the entrance or use the multi-storey car park, which has its own entrance to the hospital.
Charges to visitors will now be applied at an hourly rate following the new payment tariff below:
30 Mins – 2 Hours
However, we will continue to offer long-stay patients a discounted rate for parking. Visitors can purchase a 30 day pass for £30 for one month’s unlimited access or £10 for 10 consecutive days.
Although the charges are increasing, the tariff now brings us in line with the parking charges already in place at other local hospitals.
All income generated through parking covers the costs to run and maintain our new multi-storey car park, while the remainder is invested back into hospital services.
Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles
To avoid issues with accessing the multi-storey car park, please use the Eaton Road entrance and park large wheelchair accessible vehicles in the Emergency Department car park.
Blue Badge holders
There are dedicated car parking spaces for Blue Badge holders on each floor of the multi-storey car park. Please ensure a Blue Badge is displayed when parking in a dedicated Blue Badge bay.
Various bus services stop within a short walk of the hospital, and Broadgreen train station is approximately 1.5 miles away. We recommend using the Merseytravel Journey Planner to find the best route for you.
Please be aware – Alder Hey is a no smoking site
Alder Hey in the Park is a no smoking site. That means you can’t smoke anywhere – inside and outside.
If you want to smoke you have to leave the Alder Hey campus completely and go to the public roads. If you do smoke on site you will be asked to stop.
If you are a smoker please prepare yourself in advance for not being able to smoke while you are with us. Exposure to second hand smoke can have serious health consequences for young patients, families and staff and cigarette butts spoil the environment at our new hospital. We thank all our visitors in advance for not smoking on site.
More in section
- Getting to Alder Hey
- Finding your way around
- Information for young people
- Staying on a ward
- What to bring
- Wheelchairs & assisted access
- Facilities at Alder Hey
- Local facilities
- Visitors and relatives charter
- Subject access requests
- Ronald McDonald House
- Patient information leaflets
- Ask Oli Chatbot