At Finchley Memorial Hospital we deliver a range of planned diagnostic procedures, such as checks, scans and tests, for cardiology, radiology, ophthalmology and respiratory services at its Community Diagnostic Centre.
We also provide treatment for cancer patients closer to home via the hospital’s infusion suite and screening for breast cancer at its state-of-the-art screening clinic.
Several outpatient services are run from the hospital, including antenatal and postnatal clinics for women who are cared for by our Finchley and New Southgate community midwifery teams.
How to find us
Finchley Memorial Hospital
Getting to us
The bus route 383 serves the hospital, with the bus stop close to the hospital entrance.
Finchley Central and West Finchley tube stations are around a 20-minute walk from the hospital. From Woodside Park station, you can get the 383 bus straight to the hospital.
The nearest train station is New Southgate, which is about a 20-minutes walk to the hospital.
The hospital can be accessed from the A406 from the south via High Road and the A1 from the west via The Great North Way and the A406.
There is free parking on site (you can register your vehicle in the reception area).
As long as you register your vehicle when you enter the hospital, you'll get three hours free parking. If you leave the site and return, you'll need to re-enter your details again.
Blue badge parking spaces are also available.
Finchley Memorial Hospital has step free access to the main entrance and throughout the building via lifts.
A hearing assistance system is available from the main reception and a Changing Places facility is to the right of the reception.
Accessible toilets are available.
A pop-up cafe is open from 8am to 4pm.