BIRMINGHAM CHEST CLINIC

Travel by car, train, bus or on foot

By car

 

Birmingham Chest Clinic is part of the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and is located in the centre of Birmingham, West Midlands, UK at 151 Great Charles Street, Queensway (A4400).  Visitors arriving in Birmingham via the M6 junction 6 should continue on the A38 flyover over Lancaster Circus, and immediately take the left fork on to the A4400 at St. Chad's Queensway (marked Snow Hill and Jewellery Quarter on overhead signs).  Continue up the A4400 to Paradise Circus, Birmingham Chest Clinic is on the right at the top of the hill, on the opposite side of the road.  

 

As this is a one-way sytem, make a complete circuit of Paradise Circus and take the exit on the A4400 in the opposite direction, which immediately brings you to the front entrance of Birmingham Chest Clinic.  Alternatively, continue past Birmingham Chest Clinic and take the first left turn at the traffic lights, and immediately left again on to Lionel Street.  

 

There is no visitor parking on site at Birmingham Chest Clinic, but visitors can be dropped off immediately in front of the front entrance or behind the building via a service road off Lionel Street (one-way).  As well as roadside pay and display on Lionel Street and Newhall Street, there are public car parks at Charlotte Street, Ludgate Hill, Royal Angus St. Chad's Queensway, Snow Hill Rail Station.

 

Note: As of spring 2016 -there are currently major construction projects being undertaken in and around Paradise Circus and the A4400 is subject to a diversion  This diversion is now expected to continue into 2018.

 

By train

 

Birmingham Chest Clinic can be accessed on foot or by short taxi ride from Snow Hill Railway and Metro station, and New Street station.

 

By bus

 

 

By bus

There are bus stops on the A4400 immediately outside Birmingham Chest Clinic served by a number of bus travel operators.  

 

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