Aldeburgh Community Hospital, Park Road, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5ES
01728 451 600
For more information about Aldeburgh Hospital and other community hospitals in Suffolk please visit the Suffolk Community Healthcare website.
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The closest bus stops to the hospital are in the town centre which is 7 minutes’ walk away from the hospital via Park Lane. Bus routes 64 and 65 are operated by First. Bus route 521 is operated by Border Bus.
By community transport
Community transport schemes can help you to travel to the hospital. The services are for elderly and disabled people and for people in rural communities with no public transport.
Please visit Suffolk County Council’s Infolink website for more information.
By Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service (NEPTS)
NEPTS by car or ambulance is for patients whose physical or mental condition means that they are unable to travel in any other way and who require the skills of staff to support them during their journey.
Please visit the E-zek website for further information.
By car or motorbike
Leave the A12 on to the A1094, signposted Aldeburgh and Leiston. At the roundabout take the third exit into Victoria Road then turn right into Park Road. Park Road is a private road but is always open for access to the hospital.
Parking is free.
Aldeburgh does not have a train station. Saxmundham Rail Station (SAX) is 7.3 miles from the hospital. The station does not have a taxi rank. Bus route 521 runs from Saxmundham Rail Station to Aldeburgh Cinema on the High Street. The hospital is 7 minutes’ walk via High Street and Park Lane. Bus route 64 runs from Street Farm Road near the train station to Aldehouse Drive in Aldeburgh. The hospital is 7 minutes’ walk via Victora Road and Park Lane.
For train information and timetables please visit the National Rail Enquiries website
For 521 bus information and timetable please visit the Border Bus website
For 64 bus information and timetable please visit the First websiteBack to top