Spire St Anthony's Hospital, Sutton, Surrey

Spire St Anthony's Hospital is a large private hospital close to Sutton and Epsom, on the borders of Surrey and South London, providing very high quality healthcare in a calm and peaceful environment

London Road


Email: info@spirestanthonys.com
Hospital reception: 0208 337 6691

Private contact details

Hospital reception
020 8337 6691

Self-pay treatment enquiries, physiotherapy and outpatient appointments
020 8335 4646

Insured enquiries, physiotherapy and outpatient appointments 
020 8335 4678

Imaging department (CT, ultrasound and X-ray)
020 8335 4546

MRI department
020 8335 4550

Invoice and payment queries
0118 975 4118 or email us

How to get here

Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ)

Spire St Anthony's Hospital is within London's Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). If your vehicle doesn't meet the ULEZ emissions standards and isn't exempt, you need to pay a daily charge to drive within the zone. LEZ operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year (except Christmas Day).

By rail

Sutton and Cheam stations are both on the Victoria and London Bridge line. Worcester Park Station is on the Waterloo to Epsom line. Taxis are available at the stations.

By underground

Morden Underground station is on the Northern Line and connects directly with Waterloo, Charing Cross, Euston and Kings Cross stations.

By bus

Spire St Anthony's Hospital is on the following bus routes: 93, 413, and 293. The 93 and 293 link with Morden Underground station.

By taxi

If you would like us to book you a taxi for transport to the hospital, please call our switchboard on 020 8337 6691.


Parking at the hospital and in the surrounding side streets is free.

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