Cumberland Infirmary is located in Carlisle and can be accessed by road and public transport.

If you are on a low income you may be eligible for help with travel costs
 

By road

From the M6:

exit at junction 44 and take the A689 towards Workington

stay on the road for 3 miles until you reach the Moorhouse Road roundabout

take the 1st exit marked Newtown Industrial Estate B5307

follow the road for 1.5 miles and the hospital is on the left

From the A595:

follow the A595 into Carlisle until the McVities biscuit factory roundabout

take the 1st exit marked Kirkbride B5307

follow the road for half a mile and the hospital is on the right
 

By bus

Stagecoach run buses from Carlisle city centre and the surrounding area to Cumberland Infirmary. Use the Stagecoach website to plan your journey.
 

By train

If you’re arriving into Carlisle by train there’s a taxi rank directly outside the station. Alternatively you can catch a bus from The Courts on English Street. Walking from the train station to Cumberland Infirmary takes 35 minutes. 
 

By Patient Transport Service

This service helps eligible patients get to and from hospital appointments. It’s provided by the North West Ambulance Service. To find out if you’re eligible, contact the local booking centre on 01228 403031.

They’ll ask you some simple questions about your medical condition and mobility. Make sure you have your NHS number ready before your call. You can get this from your GP or clinic.