Car Parking

There are limited parking spaces around all the hospitals and you will need to allow yourself extra time to find a parking space.

Car parks are well signposted from each entrance. Disabled parking is also available across all the sites.

Please bring plenty of change as the Hospitals operate a Pay on Exit Parking system. Parking charges currently are:

Up to 2 hours - £2.50
Up to 4 hours - £3.70
Over 4 hours - £8.40

The multi-storey car park is open everyday from 6:30am until 10:30pm.

The multi-storey car park height restriction is 6ft.4in

Please note that the multi-storey car park does not have a lift facility, if any assistance is required please speak to one of the on-duty parking attendants.

Disabled parking

If you are brought into hospital by another driver they are welcome to drop you off outside the department you are visiting and then park in a designated parking area. Disabled car parking spaces are available near the main entrances to all major buildings.

Blue Badge Holders are also able to use the pay and display spaces free of charge, a valid badge must be clearly displayed at all times.

Please note that time restrictions for parking with a Blue Badge do not apply on this site.

Contact the Hotel Services Department by telephone 0114 2266353 or email carpark@sth.nhs.uk if you have any queries.

Accessibility Guide for the Royal Hallamshire

Are You Eligible For Free Or Reduced Price Car Parking?
 

How to apply

Download a concessions application form here or pick up from Ward or the hospital site main entrance reception, or from the Hotel Services department on 0114 2266375 or email carpark@sth.nhs.uk  

Your application form will require a signature from the member of the ward team responsible for your care.

Once you have the signature and have completed the form please send it to Hotel Services carpark@sth.nhs.uk for approval. If successful you will receive a parking pass to be displayed in your car when attending appointments.


 

Applicable to…  You may be eligible for a parking concession if you are…
 
Concession Details External concession support or Hospital delays
 
All Sites

 A Blue Badge holder
 

Free parking is allowed in bays with a recognised disability symbol or in any parking space if a disabled bay is not available

Badge must be on display in vehicle at all times to prevent a parking notice.


Standard Local authority blue badge application process applies

 

All Sites
 

Regularly attending for intermittent appointments, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy appointments


Regular is considered to be at least one appointment per week for a period of five weeks or more Free parking available after first appointment
You will be required to pay the car parking fee for your first appointment.
You should then complete an application form and if deemed eligible you will be sent a parking pass which should be displayed in your car on subsequent visits.
 

Applications may be for your own vehicle or the person providing support and attending with you at the time of your appointment
 
 
All Sites Palliative care appointments Free parking following successful application and receipt of parking pass.
 
The parking pass must be displayed in your vehicle at all times whilst in the car parking facility.
 
 
All Sites

 
Bereavement appointments Free parking following successful application and receipt of parking pass.
 
The parking pass must be displayed in your vehicle at all times whilst in the car parking facility. The Bereavement officer supporting the patients representative can assist with requests directly
Northern General Hospital
0114 2714049
0114 2714866
0114 2714555

Royal Hallamshire Hospital
And Weston Park Hospital
0114 2712358

Jessop Wing
0114 2268425
 

All Sites

On a Low income or receiving benefits

Details of the benefits which are eligible to make a claim against are available from the Cashiers department on telephone number 0114 2712545

 

Re-imbursement for car parking tickets can be claimed to a maximum of £2 if you are eligible. You are expected to approach the Cashiers office at the end of your appointment. Arrangements are in
place that allow for this to be at the end of each visit or series of appointments.
Applications must be made with an up to date document to confirm your low income/benefit
status. This must be a complete document for the claim to be valid.
Applications cannot be processed at the Cashiers department more than three months after your
appointment. After this time you would have to complete a form HC5 (available in the Cashiers
department) and claim by post.
 
All Sites Outpatient appointments which exceed four hours due to hospital delays You will be required to pay a single payment of £3.70 e.g. (up to four hours). After this period of time you will be able to request a form from the Outpatient team to prevent further payment being required for the
time spent in the car parking facility
 
A standard form is available from the outpatient team.
This form must then be shown to the car park attendant to prove no further payment is required
on the single visit.
Applications may relate to either your own vehicle or the person providing support and attending with you at the time of the appointment
All Sites Inpatient visitors who are visiting a patient who has been in the hospital over 3 weeks
Standard parking fees are applicable for the first three weeks of visiting.
After a patient has been an in-patient for three weeks you can then put in an application for a visitors pass.You would then be required to pay a
reduced cost of £8.40 each week for the remainder of the time you are visiting an in-patient.
 

Northern General Hospital
 

 

Royal Hallamshire
Hospital

Visitors to Intensive care areas Standard parking fees are applicable on the first time of visiting.
 
After a patient a patient has been admitted then the visitor would then be required to pay a reduced cost of £6.20 each week for the remainder of the time you are visiting an in-patient.
This rate is applicable on all sites.
 
 




 

 
 

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Sheffield Hospitals Charity helps to improve the care and treatment of thousands of local people by investing over £2 million a year in vital equipment, pioneering research, patient support, buildings and people. 

We achieve this by funding projects that make life better for patients being treated for almost every type of condition in the Northern General, Royal Hallamshire, Weston Park, Jessop Wing and Charles Clifford Dental hospitals.
 

 
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