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Spire Parkway Hospital

Spire Parkway Hospital is situated a few miles south of Birmingham city centre in Solihull with easy access to the M42, M6, M40 and M5.

We're just a few miles from Birmingham International Airport.

1 Damson Parkway,
Solihull, Birmingham
West Midlands
B91 2PP

Email: info@spireparkway.com
Hospital reception: 0121 704 1451


Private contact details

Self-pay treatment enquiries
0121 704 5530

PMI treatment enquiries
0121 704 1451

Scans and diagnostics
0121 704 5550

Physiotherapy and sports injuries
0121 704 5546

Invoice and payment queries
0121 704 5589

Hospital Director
Tony Yates


How to get here

From M42 junction 5

Take the Solihull bypass (A41). Continue through the first set of traffic lights and turn right at the second set of lights into Yew Tree Lane, leading to Damson Parkway. The hospital is 200 yards along on the left hand side.

From A45 Coventry

Continue towards Birmingham until you reach the Holiday Inn on the right. At the traffic lights turn left signposted ‘Damson Wood’. Continue to the first roundabout and take the first exit. This is Damson Parkway - continue for a little under a mile and the hospital is on the right hand side.

From A45 Birmingham

Continue straight along until you reach the Holiday Inn on the left hand side. At the junction before the Holiday Inn, turn right signposted ‘Damson Wood’. Continue through to the first roundabout and take the first exit. This is Damson Parkway - continue for a little under a mile and the hospital is on the right hand side.

By train

Spire Parkway Hospital is near to both Birmingham International and Solihull train stations. Both stations are within a ten minute taxi journey of the hospital.

If you need further help to find the hospital, call us on 0121 704 1451

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