The NQCC is a 10 consultation room children’s outpatient, purposed designed stand-alone department. It has direct access to the main hospital and the paediatric wards. The NQCC sees children requiring the following speciality; general paediatrics, respiratory, allergies, diabetes, epilepsy, endocrine, neuro-disability, gastroenterology and holds a weekly paediatric cardiac clinic held in the Neonatal Unit.
Open hours: Monday – Friday 08.30 – 17.00 closed all bank holidays and weekends.
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Sunderland Royal Hospital, where the Niall Quinn Centre is based, is well served by bus routes and the following bus stops are directly outside of the hospital: Royal Hospital Kayll Road F; Royal Hospital Chester Road B; Royal Hospital Chester Road A; Royal Hospital Kayll Road E; Royal Hospital Hylton Road H.
For more information, please check public transport information with Traveline (0870 608 2608) for up-to-date advice on all bus, train and metro services in the area.
You can also plan your bus journey here: http://jplanner.travelinenortheast.info/
The nearest Metro station for Sunderland Royal Hospital is Millfield on Hylton Road. It is approximately a ten-minute walk from the station to the hospital.
Sunderland Royal Hospital operates a paid car-parking system to keep cark parks available and secure. If you are travelling by car, we advise you to allow plenty of time to find a parking space, as spaces aren’t always guaranteed. Parking for staff, patients and visitors is marked at various car parks on site. We ask when you visit that patients and visitors please refrain from parking in staff only areas.
Dedicated parking for patients and visitors is available at Chester Wing and Hylton Road car parks. You are also welcome to park in any car park space which is not labelled ""staff only"". A parking map is available here:
Sunderland Royal Hospital parking.pdf
Sunderland train station is in the town centre and is approximately 1½ miles away, if travelling by train you will need to get the Northern Line.
Cycle maps are available from Sunderland City Council.
Older person's concession travel passes are not usually valid before 9.30 am. However, if you do have an appointment in the morning and need to travel before 9.30 am, you are able to use earlier buses as long as you show your hospital appointment card or letter to the driver.
Up to 20 minutes - Free
Up to 1 hour - £2.00
Up to 2 hours - £3.00
Up to 4 hours - £4.50
Up to 24 hours - £8.00
Weekly pass - £10.00
All disabled badge holders must be registered on our system, in order to avoid being issued with a parking charge notice. If you park on site or wish to park on site and you have not registered your details you can:
Blue Badge holder registration form
Please note: if you use more than one vehicle, please register each vehicle.
We have a new ‘pay on exit’ system at Sunderland Royal Hospital, Sunderland Eye Infirmary and at The Children’s Centre on Durham Road, making it much simpler for you to pay for parking at the end of your visit. If you are a regular visitor you may wish to purchase a discounted monthly permit.
The pay on exit kiosks will be situated near to all main entrances on the Sunderland Royal site, as well as at Sunderland Eye Infirmary and The Children’s Centre on Durham Road. Using the latest touch screen technology, you will be given multiple payment options, including the ability to pay by coins and notes, or to pay by card or contactless.
You will be asked to input your registration details. If you input them incorrectly please contact security immediately at Main Reception, Kayll Road.
Cars not parked in an authorised bay or parked without paying the correct tariff or permit will be issued with a PCN. There is a facility to pay your parking fees on exit from the car park.
Car parking is monitoring using the ParkingEye system. It utilises number plate recognition technology to capture the number plates of all vehicles entering and exiting the City Hospitals Sunderland sites.
Photographic evidence is then coupled with the timing of the vehicles within the car parks, as well as any payments made using the pay machines or Pay by Phone services, resulting in an accurate picture of car park usage. Parking charges are generated and issued to those motorists parked inappropriately or who are in breach of terms and conditions, such as non-payment.