We are in the process of centralising the Breast Screening booking system across the London NHS Breast Screening Programme and soon we will have a new centralised hub where you will be able to change your appointments online. For general appointment enquires or to change your appointment please contact us on 020 3758 2024.
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Information in other languages

Information about breast screening should be available to everybody. This area of the website lets you change information into the different languages that are commonly spoken in London.

The website uses a tool called 'Google translate' to automatically change one language into another via the internet. This is a valuable service, but it is automated so can present some problems with word for word translation. We have tried to use plain English on the website so it is clear and easy to read, and the automated translation makes it accessible to many more people.

If you require further language assistance, please contact The Barts and the London health advocacy service on

Free phone: 0800 056 6359

How to find us

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Homerton University Hospital

Homerton Row, London, E9 6SR

Kentish Town Health Centre (KTHC)

2 Bartholomew Road, London, NW5 2BX

Kentish Town Health Centre was opened in 2009. Inside the Health Centre there is a wonderful screening facility that has proved extremely popular with those women who have attended so far.

Screening services are available for the majority of the time in Kentish Town, but occassionally we will be working from a different location so as to better accomodate the population we are routinely inviting at the time.

Transport

Underground
Kentish Town Health Centre is a short walk (approximately 7 minutes) from Kentish Town underground station, which is on the High Barnet branch of the Northern Line.

Overground rail
The Kentish Town mainline rail station is located next to the underground station (trains running from St Pancras and Farringdon).
Kentish Town West overland rail is also only a short walk from Kentish Town Health Centre (again, approximately 7 mins).

Bus
You can also take the 134, 214, 393, & C2 buses and walk to the Health Centre within 5 minutes of the closest stop.

Car
There is very limited disabled street parking.

Mile End Hospital

Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DG

Mile End Hospital is part of Tower Hamlets Primary Care Trust and primarily screens women resident in the borough of Tower Hamlets. The site is central to the local community and easy to access.

Transport

Underground
Stepney Green tube – District and Hammersmith & City lines (5 minutes walk)
Mile End tube – Central, District and Hammersmith & City lines (14 minutes walk)

Bus
8, 25, 309, 277, D5 D6

Car
There is limited parking (only four on site spaces) for those wishing to travel by car. These spaces operate on a pay & display basis, charged at 80p per half hour. Please bring change as the machines do not give change.

  • 3 to 6 hours £4.00
  • 6 to 8 hours £7.50
  • Up to 24 hours £15.00

Sir Ludwig Guttman

40 Liberty Bridge Road, East Village Olympic Park, Stratford, E20 1AS

St Bartholomew's Hospital

Breast Screening Unit, West Wing, St Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield, London, EC1A 7BE

St Bartholomew's Hospital has a dedicated wing at the hospital that deals only with breast screening and breast care. The unit at Bart's provides a very attractive environment, designed to make users of the service feel as relaxed and as comfortable as possible.

A volunteer led Macmillan information centre is open from Monday to Friday within the wing, allowing women to go and find out more information and chat to peers, should they feel that would be of benefit. The building also has a very popular coffee shop and lounge area on the ground floor.

Transport

Underground
St Pauls station – Central line (8 minutes walk).
Farringdon station – Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan line (9 minutes walk).
Barbican station – Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan line (6 minutes walk).

Bus
The numbers 4, 8, 17, 25, 45, 46, 56, 63, 100 or 242 buses and walk to the hospital within 10 minutes of the closest stop.

For more detailed information please visit:
www.bartsandthelondon.nhs.uk/aboutus/getting_to_barts.asp

 

The Whittington Hospital

St Marys Wing, Highgate Hill, London, N19 5NF

The Whittington Hospital opened a breast screening service as part of its Imaging department in July 2010. 

All women who live in the borough of Islington will receive an invitation to attend a screening appointment at this new facility.

Breast screening services will be offered out of the Imaging department, on the third floor of the new building, off Magdala Avenue.

Transport

Underground
The hospital is a short walk from Archway underground station, which is on the High Barnet branch of the Northern line.

Bus
The hospital is also within a short walking distance of bus routes:
4, 17, 41, 134, 143, 210, 263, 271, 390, C11, W5.

Whipps Cross Hospital

Whipps Cross Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 1NR

The Breast Screening Service at Whipps Cross Hospital merged with the Central and East London Breast Screening Service in 2006. The hospital is a local facility that screens women mainly based in Waltham Forest, although women from the other boroughs can attend for screening at Whipps Cross, should they wish.

Transport

Underground
The nearest underground station is Leytonstone on the central line.

Overground rail
You can take an overland train to Wood Street or Leytonstone High Road.

Bus
56, 257, 357, W12, W19 and W15. The W15 and W19 pass through the hospital grounds.

Car
Pay and display parking available.

For more detailed information please visit: www.whippsx.nhs.uk/where/gettinghere/index.html