Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

We're a 40 minute drive from London Stansted Airport and 15 minutes from Cambridge train station, which has direct links into London's King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations.

30 New Road
CB24 9EL


Email: info@spirecambridge.com
Hospital reception:01223 266 900

Private contact details

Self-pay treatment enquiries
01223 266 929

PMI treatment enquiries
01223 266990

Scans and diagnostics
01223 266 955

Physiotherapy and sports injuries
01223 200 580

Invoice and payment queries
0118 975 4118 or email us

Hospital Director
Nayab Haider

How to get here

By car

From M11 Junction 14: At junction 14, signposted 'A14 (e) Newmarket and A10 Ely'. Leave the A14 at the B1049 junction, signposted Cambridge, Histon and Cottenham. Follow local directions below.

From Huntingdon: Take the A14 eastbound to Newmarket, Harwich and Felixstowe. Leave the A14 at the B1049 junction, signposted 'Cambridge, Histon and Cottenham'. Follow local directions below.

Local directions: Follow the B1049 towards Histon and Cottenham. Proceed through the traffic lights, past the Holiday Inn on your right, and over the bridge. Immediately after the next set of traffic lights (pedestrian crossing), turn right into New Road, following the sign for 'Hospital, Village College and Milton'. The hospital is after the turn, on the right.

By train

Trains run approximately every half hour from London King's Cross or Liverpool Street stations to Cambridge. Taxis are available at the station and take about 15 minutes to reach the hospital.

By bus

Take the Citi number 8 bus from Cambridge Drummer Street bus station.

By air

London Stansted Airport is approximately a 40-minute drive from the hospital. There is also a train and bus service from the airport to Cambridge.


There is a free car park for patient use at the hospital.


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