Finding us

St Mark's is based at the same site as Northwick Park Hospital; along with Central Middlesex and Ealing hospitals they form the London North West Healthcare NHS Trust.

St Mark’s Academic Institute can be found on Level 5 of St Mark’s Hospital in Watford Road, Harrow. To plan your journey to St Mark’s and around London it is advisable to use the journey planner on Transport for London’s website. This is a useful website to use to stay updated on potential London Underground strikes, alternative bus routes, congestion charge zones, and information about Oyster cards.

Oyster is a smartcard which holds pay as you go credit. They can be used to travel on bus, tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, and most National Rail services in London. You can purchase an Oyster card for £5 from underground stations, most visitor information shops, and online (if you are based in the UK).


186, 223, H9, H10 and H14 enter the grounds of the hospital. 182 stops on Watford Road, which is a short distance away. 114 and 183 stop on Kenton Road, which is roughly a 15 minute walk to the hospital.

London Underground

The nearest underground station to St Mark’s is Northwick Park, which serves the Metropolitan line. The station is 5 minutes away from the hospital on foot. Kenton station, which serves the Bakerloo and London Overground lines, is roughly 15 minutes away from the hospital on foot.


Parking is available throughout the hospital grounds in car parks 1 (multi-storey), 2, 3, and 4. These locations are clearly signposted from the hospital ring road. For information on current car parking charges, how to pay, and penalty fines visit the London North West Healthcare NHS Trust website’s section on travelling to the hospital.


Our nearest airport is London Heathrow; you can travel from the airport to St Mark’s using the Heathrow Express and London Underground (Bakerloo, Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines) or bus service. You can also travel to St Mark’s from Gatwick, Luton and London City airports using public transportation.