Lambeth Hospital is within walking distance
of Clapham North tube station and
Clapham High Street rail station.
The hospital is home to a number of our
inpatient wards for people suffering
from severe or ongoing mental illness.
To find out more about our services at
Lambeth Hospital use our service finder.
The future of Lambeth Hospital
As part of our ambitious plans to modernise our buildings and services, Lambeth Hospital will be closing in 2023 and all our wards and services based here will be moving to new locations.
The hospital’s closure is part of a £186 million investment we are making to provide modern, safe, and therapeutic environments for people who use our services and our staff so they can provide the very best care.
Visiting Lambeth Hospital
108 Landor Road
Telephone: 020 3228 6000
Read reports on the disability and access features of the hospital's buildings.
Visiting by car
From central London or Surrey: follow the A3, at the junction with Clapham North tube station turn into Landor Road. The hospital is on the right-hand side of the road.
Congestion charge: Lambeth Hospital is not in the London congestion charge zone.
Parking: There is limited parking at the site. Our car park operates using an automatic number plate recognition system. This means cameras record details of all vehicles entering and exiting the car park. You can pay for your parking at one of the payment machines located in the car park, by credit or debit card, contactless, ApplePay, AndroidPay or cash. You can also pay online at www.slamparking.co.uk
Visiting by public transport
Transport for London's journey planner may help you plan your route.
By rail: The nearest station is Clapham High Street (Zone 2). The station is served by London Overground services from Clapham Junction and Highbury and Islington. Transport for London's Oyster rail map and journey planner might help plan your journey.
By underground: The nearest station is Clapham North - on the Northern Line.
By bus: Routes 88, 155 (24hrs), 345 (24hrs), 355, P5.