Guy’s Tower is one of the tallest hospital buildings in the world, from its beginnings in the 1720s Guy’s hospital has established itself as one of the leading teaching hospitals.
The site of many of our dedicated clinical research facilities, many of our clinical services are internationally recognised as centres of excellence. Our reputation for expert care in dermatology services, kidney transplants, allergy research, fertility treatment and many more ensures that we are at the forefront of pioneering treatment.
Achievements at our London based hospital include our renowned St John’s Institute of Dermatology being a world leader in the treatment of skin disease; our internationally acclaimed renal transplantation service being one of the largest and most established in the world and we’re proud to be a major centre for clinical genetics and home to the UK’s 100,000 Genome programme.
The Assisted Conception Unit, based at Guy’s Hospital, has a reputation for excellence in private fertility treatment.
The unit offers a relaxing, inviting and contemporary environment. With dedicated laboratories, fully equipped theatres and well-designed procedure rooms, the unit provides a modern and calm environment for you to start your fertility journey.Our fertility services
We offer our expert services across multiple locations. Please check that your appointment or stay is at Guy’s Hospital before setting out.
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Switchboard: 020 7188 5197
Parking at Guy’s Hospital
Parking is only available if you are a Blue Badge holder and have an appointment on the day. The disabled parking bays are available on a first come, first served basis.
You can only enter the car park from Crosby Row. You cannot use St Thomas Street or Snowsfields. If you park illegally at Guy’s Hospital, you may have to pay a fine.
There’s a National Car Parks (NCP) car park at the junction of Snowsfields and Kipling Street, about a 5-minute walk from the hospital. Charges are displayed at the entrance.
There are bays for dropping off and collecting patients at the Guy’s Hospital main entrance.
The closest bus stop is London Bridge bus station.
London Bridge is the nearest railway stations, and a 2 minutes’ walk away.