Travelling to our hospitals

Our hospitals are accessible by a variety of public transport options and where possible, we would always request members of the public try and make full use of these transport options or use other environmentally friendly alternatives.

Please visit the individual hospital pages for more detailed travel information:

Bus information

There are bus shelters in and around all of our major locations.

For the bus information please check with the local bus companies or visit the individual hospital pages.


08456 00 22 99

For information about bus, train and coach travel in East Sussex, visit East Sussex Bus Travel

Train Information

All of our hospital are within reasonable distance of local train stations and onward bus travel.

We would encourage anybody travelling to one of our locations to consult the National Rail Website for the most up to date services and timetables.

For travel options please visit the individual hospital pages.

Help with Travel Costs

If you are referred to our hospitals for NHS specialist treatment or diagnostic tests by your doctor, dentist or other health professional, you may be able to claim a refund of reasonable travel costs under the Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme (HTCS).

You should take your travel receipts, appointment letter or card, and proof that you are receiving one of the qualifying benefits to the cashier’s office to claim your travel costs:

Conquest Hospital

The Cashiers officer is located on Level 4

Monday to Friday
9.00am to 1.00pm

Eastbourne DGH

The Cashiers officer is located on the Ground Level

Monday to Friday
9.00am to 1.00pm

There is informaton about help with health costs on the NHS Website:

Car Parking

There are charges for parking at Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne DGH only. The main car parks at these hospitals are pay-on-foot, which means you have to pay for your parking as you leave the hospital at the payment machines in the main entrances (main car park at Eastbourne DGH), and the emergency departments.

Some of the smaller car parks at Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne DGH are pay-and-display. Ticket machines are located in these car parks.

Our other sites also have some on-site car parking, for which there are no charges, but spaces may be limited. If you park in the surrounding public roads, please ensure you park courteously, ensuring you do not block any residents driveways or access areas.

Car parking charges

The main public car parks are pay-on-foot and the rest are pay-and-display. The following parking charges apply:
0 minutes up to 30 minutes – Free4 hours up to 5 hours – £7.70
From 30 minutes up to 1 hour – £1.705 hours up to 6 hours – £9.20
1 hour up to 2 hours – £3.206 hours up to 12 hours – £10.70
2 hours up to 3 hours – £4.7012 hours up to 24 hours – £16.60
3 hours up to 4 hours – £6.30Lost tickets - £16.60 per day (24 hours)
Discounted tickets are available from the car park office in the main car park:
5 day – £21.0014 day – £39.20
7 day – £27.9030 day – £47.60
Exemptions currently apply to:
  • Blue badge holders – free parking in designated blue badge bays (maximum stay 3 hours)
  • Patients attending cancer/oncology clinics and their relatives (national MacMillan guidelines)
  • End of Life Care relatives (bereavement)
For more information about exemptions or the parking system please contact the Parking Office:

Conquest Hospital

Eastbourne DGH

Registered disabled blue badge holders

Registered disabled badge holders can park free of charge for a maximum of 3 hours, in the designated blue badge parking bays, when displaying a valid blue badge in the car windscreen.

Blue badge holders who park in our pay-on-exit car parks or pay-and-display car parks will be required to pay the full parking charge.

We have provided designated blue badge parking bays close to the hospital entrances.