How to find us
The James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is located on the A47 (formerly the A12) between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft and has good links with the rest of the United Kingdom.
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James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Telephone (main switchboard); 01493 452452
The A12 leads from London and Ipswich through to Lowestoft, with the A47 linking to Great Yarmouth.
There is also the M11/A11 link that offers a faster more direct link with the M25 London Orbital motorway.
The A14, the A11 and A47 towards Great Yarmouth enables travel from Bedford, Cambridge, Newmarket, Huntingdon, Ely and Bury.
The A47 is the main road from the Midlands (Leicester, Birmingham, Peterborough, Kings Lynn etc) travelling via Norwich towards Great Yarmouth. Before entering the town of Great Yarmouth, take the route over the new Breydon Bridge, following signs to Gorleston and Lowestoft. On leaving Gorleston, the James Paget Hospital is on the right.
The nearest railway station to the Hospital is at Great Yarmouth approximately two miles away (close to where the ASDA supermarket is marked on the road map above). There are regular trains to and from Norwich, London and Peterborough, and intermediate stops, with connecting trains across the country.
The nearest airport is in Norwich, which has improved its passenger charter flights both externally (Europe and beyond) and internally (Scotland and London). The current journey time of Norwich – Paris is 90 minutes.
Local Public Transport
There is a very good regular bus network operating throughout the Great Yarmouth borough (and Norfolk), and many services stop at the Hospital. There are also regular bus services from Lowestoft and some from Beccles. Taxis are also available for hire throughout the area.
For further information on local public transport, please click here.
Getting around the hospital
For a floorplan inside the hospital please click here. For those with disabilities, a lift is available to access the second floor. There are also maps displayed on the walls of main hospital corridors.