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- Car Parking Concessions
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Car Parking Concessions
In line with national guidance, there are a large number of concessions available for people who visit our hospitals regularly or for long periods of time.
To check if you are entitled to a concession please speak to a member of ward staff or contact PALS.
- People attending the emergency department at York Hospital should park in the multi-storey car park, the maximum you will be charged is for four hours.
- Free parking for blue badge holders (in designated spaces)
- Free parking for next of kin visiting a patient in the intensive care unit, higher dependency unit or coronary care unit, for up to three days.
- Free parking for visitors to patients in the last days of life/ bereavement care for up to three days.
- Free parking for patients attending treatment of three hours and over each week over a period of two weeks or more.
- Free parking for parents staying with their children on the Children's Wards or whose babies are in neonatal intensive care.
- Free parking for cancer patients on active systematic treatment.
- Reduced rates for partners of women in labour (£2.00 per day with a permit in the visitors car park at York Hospital).
- Reduced rates for visitors to patients who have been in hospital for more than seven days (£2.00 per day with a permit in the visitors car park, one permit per patient*).
- Reduced rates for a close relative of patients receiving care under the mental health act (£2.00 per day with a permit in the visitors car park, one permit per patient*).
* Refers to York and Scarborough Hospitals only. See ward staff for validation of your car parking ticket.
Concessionary parking permits do not run through a 24 hour period, for example a permit issued at 2pm will expire at 8pm that same day.
A range of car parking concessions are offered for people who are visiting regularly or for long periods of time.