Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital 

Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital

With over 130 years of history as a specialist hospital the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital (RNTNEH) is the UK's largest ear, nose and throat hospital and the UK and Europe's centre for audiological medicine and research. It is recognised internationally as a centre of excellence, unique in the breadth of knowledge and specialities represented on one site on Gray's Inn Road, central London

We deal with all aspects of ENT from minor procedures such as putting in grommets to major complex head and neck surgery. The ENT out-patient department provides both routine and specialist clinics including some nurse-led clinics.

Together with its partner, the UCL Ear Institute, the RNTNEH is a major national and international centre for specialist training and research.

Important notice

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Address

330 Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8DA

Telephone

020 3456 7890
  • Video information for people with learning disabilities and autism

  • Visiting the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital

    This short video guide for patients with learning disabilities and their carers attempts to explain what one can expect when attending the outpatients department at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital.

  • Travelling to the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital

  • By rail

    Kings Cross and St. Pancras are the nearest rail stations and just a 5 minute walk to the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital.
  • By bus

    Gray's Inn Road - no's 17, 45, 46, 63, 259 and N63

    Please note: You can travel on buses and trams using an Oyster or contactless payment card with pay as you go credit, or you can add a Travelcard or Bus & Tram pass to your Oyster card. You are no longer able to use cash to pay for your bus fare. 

  • By Tube

    Nearest tube station is:

    Kings Cross (Various lines)

     

  • By bicycle

    If you cycle to any of our hospitals you can check available local cycle parking on the Transport for London website.

  • Patient transport drop off and collection

    For information on parking in the areas surrounding the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital please visit http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/wc1x_8da/

  • Private vehicles drop off and collection

    For information on parking in the areas surrounding the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital please visit http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/wc1x_8da/

  • Blue badge/disabled car parking and drop off

    Please note:
    There are currently no disabled parking spaces at the RNTNEH.

    For information on parking in the areas surrounding the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital please visit http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/wc1x_8da/

  • Car parking

    Car Parking at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital

    For information on parking in the areas surrounding the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital please visit http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/wc1x_8da/

  • Other information

  • Booking transport

  • Reclaiming transport fares

    If you are in receipt of benefits you may be entitled to reclaim transport fares when visiting the hospital for an inpatient or outpatient appointment. Please ask the clinic staff for an attendance form and take this to the appropriate hospital's Cashiers Office. Reimbursement can be made at the time of your visit if you can produce your benefit book.

  • Assisted travel for disabled passengers

    If you need assistance to plan or make a journey the National Rail Enquiries website provides information on the support available.

    The page provides a summary of the services available including a list of train companies and their access information.

    It is recommended that you book help 24 hours before you travel. This enables staff to give you as much information as possible before your travel; make alternative arrangements for you if the station is not step free or not staffed at the time you wish to travel; and ensure that there are enough staff for all the assistance requests at a station.

  • Congestion charge

    If you are driving to UCLH please be aware that most of our hospitals are within the congestion charge zone. Find out more about the congestion charge zone on the Transport for London website.

  • Useful links and contacts

    Websites


    National Rail Enquiries: 08457 48 49 50
    London Travel Information: 020 7222 1234


    Patient information leaflets