Can I use the shuttle bus that runs between Belfast City Hospital and the Royal Victoria Hospital?

Answered By: Richard Fallis
Last Updated: Apr 21, 2016     Views: 191

Queen's students and staff can use a free shuttle bus which runs between Belfast City Hospital and the Royal Victoria Hospital.

The shuttle bus is a convenient way of getting from the main Queen's campus to the Royal Victoria Hospital for lectures in the School of Dentistry or the Institute of Clinical Sciences, or to use the Medical Library.

When boarding the shuttle bus, the driver might ask to see your Queen's student or staff card, so make sure you have it with you.

Please note: the shuttle bus is primarily for health service (HSC) staff who need to travel between the two hospitals, so at busy times of day these staff may be given priority over Queen's students/staff.

The shuttle bus leaves from a dedicated stop beside the iconic Belfast City Hospital Tower Block, and will drop you off outside Maternity at the Royal Victoria Hospital; the School of Dentistry, Institute of Clinical Sciences and the Medical Library are all a short walk away.

To get back to Belfast City Hospital, board the shuttle bus at the Royal Maternity stop, and the bus will make the return journey to the City Hospital Tower Block.

Click the link below for the current shuttle bus timetable.

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