St Luke’s Hospital
Little Horton Ln
Tel: 01274 734744
Next Generation Text: We use the NGT Relay service for patients who are deaf or have hearing difficulties. To contact us ring 18001 01274 734744.
Visiting and opening times
Central Patient Booking Service: 01274 274 274
Next Generation Text: We use the NGT Relay service for patients who are deaf or have hearing difficulties. To contact us ring 18001 01274 274274.
Please see the AccessAble pages on St Luke’s Hospital including the Audiology Unit.
Getting to the hospital
St Luke’s Hospital is located on Little Horton Lane in Bradford.
Access is via Little Horton Lane, Gate 3.
The post code for a sat-nav is BD5 0NA.
There is an open air pay-and-display car park for all visitors which is accessed off Little Horton Lane.
The pay-and-display machines only accept cash payments.
There is a change machine inside the entrance of the Horton Wing at the hospital.
Visitors should use the pay-and-display areas provided at each hospital site. Please bring loose change for the ticket machine. If you are a blue badge holder, you may park for free in the disabled or pay-and-display areas if your badge is clearly displayed.
Concessionary car parking permits are available if you are an inpatient for more than seven days or you regularly attend the hospital. Your nearest relative or friend can apply for this concession after visiting the hospital for more than seven days.
Patients whose treatment requires them to make repeated attendance at a clinic or ward also qualify for a concession. Please ask staff for details.
You can also find council car parking information on the Bradford City Council website.
Bus stops can be found opposite the main entrance to St Luke’s Hospital on Little Horton Lane. Buses travel to and from Bradford Interchange in the city centre, which is also well served by National Express. For times of the next bus, please text the stop number to 63876. Alternatively, for bus timetable information please call 0113 2457676. There are several bus stops on Little Horton Lane. The services are 571, 641 and 640.
There are also several bus stops on Park Lane which service the hospital via the 643 and 644 routes.
For detailed information on how to get to hospitals in Bradford by bus, please visit the West Yorkshire Metro website.
Bradford is also home to two central train stations, Bradford Interchange and Bradford Forster Square, which connect into intercity services to London, Manchester and further afield.