The University College Hospital Grafton Way Building is on Grafton Way. The main entrance is on the corner of Grafton Way and Huntley Street. 

This exciting new development houses state-of-the-art equipment and facilities and the following services:

  • Levels 4 and 5 - HCA haematology inpatients 
  • Levels 2,3 and 4 - haematology inpatients 
  • Level 1 - critical care unit and surgical ward
  • Ground Floor - imaging centre, cafe, toilets, patient transport
  • Level B1 - surgical admissions and theatres
  • Levels B3 and B4 - Proton Beam Therapy Centre


1 Grafton Way


020 3456 7890

Location map

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As a specialist centre for haematological (blood) cancers for people living in north and east London and surrounding areas, our new hospital has three floors dedicated to treating people with blood cancers. It is one of the largest centres in Europe.

The wards have been designed to the highest possible specification, taking into account the specific needs of haematology patients. Each patient has their own room with an ensuite bathroom. The rooms have special air filters to protect patients whose immune system has been suppressed or to manage patients who are infectious.  

On the first floor, we have a dedicated critical care unit with 10 beds, enabling us to provide safe, effective care under one roof. 

The new facility means we are able to treat more patients with blood disorders and we are able to carry out cutting edge research at the facility, with our academic and research partner UCL.

Situated in B1 are eight operating theatres and state-of-the-art recovery and discharge spaces. The surgical ward is on level 1. Planned ear, nose and throat and oral surgery and orthopaedic surgery takes place in the facility.

The Grafton Way Building has a dedicated critical care unit. Here patients receive care in 10 individual rooms with the latest technology and equipment from our highly trained multi disciplinary team.

Each room has beautiful artwork to enhance the environment and aid recovery.

The unit is based on level 1.

The imaging centre is on the ground floor. It includes MRI, CT, X-ray and ultra sound and will be for outpatients and inpatients. 

The University College Hospital Grafton Way Building houses one of just two NHS proton beam therapy centres in the UK. Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) is an advanced form of radiotherapy used for the treatment of complex and hard-to-treat cancers in children and adults. Previously patients had to travel abroad for PBT, but patients can now benefit from local access to this advanced treatment at UCLH, along with at The Christie in Manchester, with potentially better outcomes and a lower risk of long-term side effects.


There is a café on the ground floor. Toilets are located on every floor including disabled toilets (for those who need assistance and those who do not). There is a drop-off area for people arriving by car on Grafton Way.

By bus:

Bus stops around University College Hospital are changing as a result of the West End Project. Southbound buses will move from Gower Street to Tottenham Court Road.

Buses 14, 24, 73, 134 and 390 will serve Tottenham Court Road north and southbound. The 73 (toward Oxford Circus) and the 390 (to Victoria) will stop outside University College Hospital on Euston Road.

View a local map of bus and tube stops. 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.

Nearest tube stations are:

Warren Street (Northern / Victoria Lines)
Euston Square (Circle / Hammersmith & City / Metropolitan Lines).

If you cycle to any of our hospitals you can check available local cycle parking here. (Please enter postcode WC1E 6AS for University College Hospital Grafton Way Building.)

We have a cycle parking area for our patents and visitors surrounding the outside of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing on Grafton Way and Gower Street. There is capacity for 52 bicycles under cover and behind railings. General security monitoring is carried out, but entry and exit to this area is open at all times and so it is essential to bring a suitable lock with you if you plan to use it.

Camden Council is currently implementing a scheme called the West End Project, which aims to reduce motor traffic congestion, air pollution and provide new green spaces and safer provisions for cyclists. You can find maps on their website at showing the new facilities they will be providing for pedestrians and cyclists around Tottenham Court Road.

Patient transport drop off and collection at the Grafton Way Building

Patient Transport Services [PTS]London Ambulance Services [LAS] and private ambulances drop off and collect patients at the front of the Grafton Way Building on Grafton Way.

Private vehicles drop off and collection at the Grafton Way Building

Private vehicles can drop off and collect from the drop off area on Grafton Way or from Beaumont Place at the rear of UCH, parking will not be permitted, only drop off and collection. There are very limited drop off points for other car users. There are no other patient or visitor car parking facilities at UCLH.

Car parking at University College Hospital Grafton Way Building

Please note:
Unfortunately car parking (other than patients with Blue Badges who are attending hospital outpatient appointments, day cases and the Emergency Department) is not available at University College Hospital.

For information on parking in the surrounding areas please visit

Blue badge/disabled car parking and drop off at University College Hospital Grafton Way Building

Download a map which shows disabled car parking and drop-off areas.

View the Parking for Blue Badge holders patient information leaflet.

What is a the parking dispensation scheme?

It is Camden Council’s parking scheme for patients with Blue Badges attending University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH). Areas in Camden, south of Euston Road, are not covered by the national Blue Badge disabled parking scheme. If you want to park near, or in, UCLH disabled parking bays, you will need to apply for a parking dispensation to use with your Blue Badge. A parking dispensation is required for parking in and around:

University College Hospital at 235 Euston Road

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing at 25 Grafton Way

University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre at Huntley Street

Hospital for Tropical Diseases at Mortimer Market

Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health at 170 Tottenham Court Road

Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals at Huntley Street

University College Hospital Grafton Way Building (opening soon).

Parking dispensations are not required for the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, or our Westmoreland Street hospital.

How to apply for a parking dispensation

When you arrive for your appointment at University College Hospital (UCH), the UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre, the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospital, or UCH Grafton Way Building, park your car and ask for a parking dispensation at the ground floor reception desk. You will need to bring the following:

  • Your Blue Badge
  • Your vehicle registration number
  • Proof of hospital attendance showing appointment time and date, e.g. clinic appointment letter.

If you are given a follow-up appointment while at the hospital you can return to the ground floor reception desk before you leave to obtain a parking dispensation to take away with you for your next appointment.

Please note: Parking dispensations are only issued to UCLH patients with Blue Badges who are attending hospital outpatient appointments, day cases and the Emergency Department. They are not issued to carers, relatives, visitors or friends who are Blue Badge holders bringing a non-Blue Badge holder patient to an appointment. Parking dispensations are not issued to inpatients; overnight parking is not permitted.

If you have a question about disabled parking, or would like to apply for a parking dispensation in advance please email your query to or telephone 020 3447 9922. Please note that at least one week's advance notice is required.

Important information
No other car parking is available.

For information on parking in the areas surrounding our hospitals please visit

Other information

To book transport please contact The patient transport service

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.

Help with 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 evidence that you are a claimant.

For information on reclaiming the Congestion Charge click here.

For information on reclaiming the ULEZ charge click here.

If you are driving to UCLH please be aware that most of our hospitals are within the congestion charge and the ultra low emissions zones. Find out more on the TFL website:

For information on reclaiming the Congestion Charge click here.

For information on reclaiming the ULEZ charge click here.


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

Patient information leaflets