Getting here

There are a number of ways to travel to Practice Plus Group Surgical Centre, St Mary’s Portsmouth, including public transport.

By road

Use post code: PO3 6DW.

From the A27 take the turning for Portsmouth (E), Southsea and the A2030. Take the A2030/Eastern Road (becoming Velder Avenue) in the direction of Southsea and Portsmouth (E). Follow the A3020/Eastern Road and continue through four sets of traffic lights.

Once you reach the fifth set of traffic lights, turn on to Langstone Road. Follow this road to the end and then turn left at the roundabout, on to Milton Road. Take the next right and turn into St Mary’s Community Healthcare Campus.

Once in the hospital, bear to the left and continue straight ahead and the hospital is in front of you.

By rail

The nearest railway station to the hospital is Fratton, which is on the London, Brighton and Southampton mainlines. The station is a 20-25 minute walk from the hospital.

By bus

Bus services 2, 17 and 19 stop outside the hospital at regular intervals.

You can also catch the number 21, which stops approximately 6 minutes walk away.

On-site Parking

As you enter the car park, the registration number of your car is photographed. When you leave, please make your way to the payment machines, which are situated at the Main Hospital or to the side of Block C. Please follow the instructions to pay for your parking which will calculate your entry and exit time.

Payment can be made by either cash or card.

If you are exempt from parking (blue badge holders/volunteer drivers), please ask one of our receptionists for an exemption form which you will need to fill out.

The first 15 minutes of parking is free of charge for dropping off and collecting patients. Payment will need to be made if you exceed this time.

Free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is available for all patients and visitors. You can ask for the password at reception.


All areas of our hospital are accessible to wheelchair users. Portable hearing loops are available at the main reception desk and can be carried around the hospital as required.

Our patient information is available in a range of languages, large print and Braille on request from the main reception desk. We also have an interpretation service available to support you if English is not your preferred language.

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