Moorfields Eye Centre at Bedford Hospital (South)

Moorfields Eye Centre at Bedford is one of our district hubs, bringing expert eye care closer to patients' homes.

Located on the same campus as Bedford Hospital, our eye centre provides comprehensive outpatient and diagnostic care for a wide range of eye conditions, as well as more complex eye surgery.


Treatment offered includes:

  • Cataract (outpatient)
  • External disease (outpatient)
  • Glaucoma (outpatient)
  • Medical retina (outpatient)
  • Oculoplastics (outpatient)
  • Paediatrics (outpatient)
  • Vitreoretinal (outpatient)  


Bedford Hospital NHS Trust (South Wing)

Kempston Road


MK42 9DJ


01234 792290

Travel information

By train

There are two train stations in Bedford: Bedford Station and Bedford St. John's Station. Please click on the map above to see where these are situated.

For further details of train services, including a journey planner, please visit the National Rail website.

Please note that Bedford St. John's Station may not be suitable for some people as it is unmanned, involves climbing steps to the main road and there is no taxi service from the station.

Please note that the Transport for London journey planner will not work for this location as it is situated beyond TfL's boundaries.

By bus

There are numerous bus services around Bedfordshire that stop at Bedford Hospital North Wing site. Buses and coaches also stop in Bedford town centre and Bedford Bus Station. For further details of bus services, including timetables, please visit the operator's website

By car

Britannia road car park

Upto 30 mins   £1.00
Upto 1hr £2.70
1-2hrs £3.70
2-3hrs £4.50
3-5hrs £6.50
5-6hrs £7.50
6-7hrs £9.00
7-8hrs £10.00
8-24hrs £12.00

Kempston road car park

The Kempston Road car park operates on a ‘pay on foot’ system. On entrance to the car park, visitors will be given a ticket, the barrier will lift, and you will be able to park. If you are unable to find a space within 10 minutes, you will be able to exit the car park without incurring a charge.

Once this 10 minute grace period has elapsed, charges will apply. When you have parked your car, you will need to retain the ticket you were given. When you are ready to leave, you will need to insert the ticket into one of the pay machines, located in the lobby of the main reception area at Kempston Road. Once you have paid the parking charge you will need to drive to the barrier and insert your ticket in order to exit the car park.

Upto to 3hrs £4.50
3-5hrs £6.50
5-6hrs £7.50
6-7hrs £9.00
7-8hrs £10.00
8-24hrs £12.00

Accident and Emergency car park

The A&E car park is accessible via Ampthill Road; however, please be aware that parking spaces in this car park are limited. This is a pay and display car park.

Disabled parking

From 1 November 2015 Blue Badge holders attending the hospital can use any of the car parks for free.

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