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Staff Shops

The shops cater for a busy workforce, stocking a range of products at competitive prices. Every day items such as milk, tea and coffee can be purchased with a varied selection of consumable goods, confectionary and soft drinks.

Reduced tickets can also be purchased for the following: Vue Cinema, City Screen, Theatre Royal, First York Bus, Flamingo Land  and many special events arranged throughout the year. Staff who are in the Staff Lottery get a further 10% discount on consumable items.

Tickets and offers can be ordered over the phone and by email, payment can be made by card.


York Hospital Staff Shop

The Staff Shop is situated in York Hospital opposite Ellerby's Restaurant.

Shop Opening Hours

Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

Contact: 01904 72 6507 staff.shop@york.nhs.uk

Crown Trade Paint

Crown on James Street in York supply paint to staff at very good reduced prices and can be ordered in the Staff Shop. Complete an order form and pay in the shop, your order will be ready for collection after 2pm on the next working day.

PayPoint

The PayPoint machine accepts payments for:

  • Electricity and gas meter prepayments
  • Electricity and gas bills
  • Water bills
  • Mobile top-up and eVouchers
  • Telephone, cable and calling cards
  • Mail order
  • Council tax and housing rents
  • BBC TV Licence
  • Insurance and savings, including at credit unions
  • Bus, train and tram tickets
  • Debts, rentals and loans
  • E-money, pre-paid cards and vouchers
  • Charitable donations

Scarborough Hospital Staff Shop

Scarborough Hospital Staff Shop situated opposite Pat's Place, next to Graham Ward.

Shop Opening Hours

Monday-Friday, 9.00pm - 4.00pm

Contact: 01723 385267

scarborough.staffshop@york.nhs.uk


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