Portsmouth is one of the UK's most historic cities with a rich maritime heritage. The Faculty of Health Sciences is located in the QuAD building which is signposted at Queen Alexandra Hospital. The education centre is purpose-built with sophisticated computing facilities, a library, cafe and a full range of teaching resources, including fully equipped skills centres. Practice experiences are usually completed in Portsmouth and the surrounding area as well as Portsmouth's Queen Alexandra Hospital where you will complete some of your practice experiences.Download map
An overview of the new Queen Alexandra Hospital site can be found in the pdf map below, it shows where all the main roads around the hospital, entrances, car parks, drop-off zones and bus stops are.
From the West
From the North
From the East
Portsmouth City Council has provided interactive maps on their website for people wishing to cycle to Queen Alexandra Hospital as part of their My Journey campaign. These maps can be accessed here
Please note there are a few cycle paths which lead directly to the hospital, however the main routes to the hospital will be via the roads mentioned on the routes above (for cars).
Members of the public riding their bicycle to Queen Alexandra can leave it in one of more than 100 spaces for bikes. The bike areas are situated in the multi-storey car park and outside the North Entrance, Emergency Department and the Paediatric Emergency Department
Services run frequently from Portsmouth city centre and surrounding areas, with some buses stopping within the hospital grounds and may be displayed on timetables as ‘Queen Alexandra Hospital'. Other buses stop near the hospital and you should look for stops near ‘Cosham' if possible.
The nearest train station is ‘Cosham'. This is approximately 10-15 minutes walk from Queen Alexandra Hospital however it is uphill and if you suffer from any condition where this may affect you we would recommend using a local taxi or bus (numbers 8 and 11A). For further information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or phone 08457 48 49 50.