Getting to Pilgrim Hospital

Pilgrim Hospital is located near to the centre of Boston, situated on Sibsey Road and is signposted from all major routes.

By road

The hospital is situated on Sibsey Road and is clearly signposted from all major routes. Plan your journey by road on Google Maps

If you are dropping someone off at the hospital we have allocated drop off points, located in front of the main entrance and between A&E and outpatients.

Please note: These are 20 minute only drop-off zones.

By public transport

As there is limited parking on site we encourage our staff, patients and visitors to use public transport where possible.

Travelling by bus

You can use Traveline to start to plan your journey by bus.

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Travelling by train

You can use Traveline to plan your journey by train.

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By bike

We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and promoting sustainable modes of transport. To achieve this, we have dedicated cycle and motorcycle parking areas for members of the public to use. These are located to the front of the hospital, close to the main entrance and adjacent to the education centre.

Patient transport

If you have a medical condition that genuinely prevents you from using public or your own transport, you may be eligible for patient transport.

Living within Lincolnshire

If you require transport and live in Lincolnshire, please contact NSL on 0843 357 1556 who will then check your eligibility for patient transport.

Living outside of Lincolnshire

All other patients living outside Lincolnshire should speak to their own GP practice about their transport requirements. Some GP practices also offer a volunteer driver service to transport patients to their outpatient appointments at our hospitals. Please check with your local GP to see if they provide this service. You can find out who your local practise is by using the NHS GP location service.

Royal Voluntary Service

The Royal Voluntary Service may be able to help you get out and about with their community transport, including taking you to hospital appointments.
For more information, visit the Royal Voluntary Service website, or call either 01522 300506 or 01522 305313.