Crosshouse Hospital is situated just outside the village of Crosshouse, East Ayrshire (on the B7801), and is near Kilmarnock in South West Scotland. The hospital is in a good transport location, making visiting much easier by road, bus or rail.
Telephone number: 01563 521133.
Visiting times for Crosshouse Hospital are from 3pm to 4pm and 7pm to 8pm. These visiting times have a small number of exceptions, and these can be found on the NHS Ayrshire and Arran website or by phoning 01563 521133.
Regular buses to and from Kilmarnock, Irvine and Glasgow stop outside the main entrance of Crosshouse Hospital. Up-to-date timetable information is available from Stagecoach and First Bus.
First Scotrail operate train services which are available to Kilmarnock Train Station. Local bus and taxi services are then obtainable to get to the hospital.
For journey planning information to Crosshouse Hospital for visiting, we recommend visiting Traveline Scotland (or call 0871 200 22 33) on the website you can plan any public transport journey within Scotland and the UK.
From Glasgow, follow the A77 towards Kilmarnock, then follow to Irvine on the A71. The hospital has limited car parking facilities (approx: 1000 spaces), please note these are busy during the day and at visiting times. Non-parking ‘drop-off’ & ‘pick-up’ points are next to the main entrance.
Further information is available from the NHS Ayrshire and Arran website, or call the hospital for more information on directions or to confirm visiting times for your ward.
The information provided is intended to be a helpful general summary, please check and confirm all details with the relevant organisations.