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The Burghwood Clinic is situated on the A217 road which is one of the two main London to Brighton roads. Parking is easy and available either in the slip road immediately in front of the clinic, or in ‘The Drive’ just around the corner from Wessex Garage.  Disabled Parking is available in the clinic courtyard.

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For patients driving from the South of Banstead or using the M25, the Clinic can be reached by leaving the M25 at junction 8 (the Sutton and Reigate exit) and then proceeding exactly 4.7 miles North along the A217 towards Sutton. The Clinic is situated on a slip road on the left hand side of the dual carriageway, opposite a Ford Garage and next to "Wessex Garage Doors".

For patients driving from Central London, the following route is quick and simple (relatively!). Go over Putney Bridge, or through the Wandsworth one-way system, to the start of the A3 going South towards Guildford. Leave the A3 at the Tolworth exit taking the A240 towards Gatwick Airport. Continue on the A240 following the Gatwick Airport signs until you reach a T-junction where the A240 terminates and joins the A217. There is a Shell Garage on the left at this junction. Turn left on the A217 towards Sutton. Go past one set of traffic lights and The Burghwood Clinic can be found on the left-hand side on a slip road on the left hand side of the dual carriageway, opposite a Ford Garage and next to "Wessex Garage Doors".

For patients driving from Sutton the Clinic can be reached by driving along the Brighton Road (B2230) for 1.46 miles. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Brighton Road (A217) for 1.29 miles. At Banstead Crossroads traffic signals continue straight on, keeping in the right hand lane. Turn right at Burgh Wood and immediately left onto the slip road parallel to the dual carriageway.

For patients coming by public transport, the following information may be helpful:
Patients coming from London and the North usually find Sutton station the most convenient local railway station. Trains leave London Victoria station for Sutton regularly and these trains are faster and more frequent than those to Banstead station. Furthermore, there is a taxi rank outside Sutton station. Alternatively, there is a bus service from the Clinic, but this is quite infrequent and rather slow, and therefore, not really recommended. From the Banstead station (which is unmanned) there is no bus or taxi service and the distance is just over 1/2 a mile by foot.
For patients coming from the Sussex Coast, Coulsdon South station or Epsom staion are an alternative, plus a taxi ride.


The Burghwood Clinic, 34 Brighton Road [A217], Banstead, Surrey SM7 1BS, England
t: +44 (0) 1737 361177