Visitors to our hospitals are strongly encouraged to use public transport, but we understand that this might not always be possible. There is limited parking available at each of our sites, should you need it.
Women's Hospital parking
If you are driving to our hospital, patient parking areas are clearly marked outside of the main hospital entrance and on the old Queen Elizabeth Hospital Drive (Car Park D). These are charged at hourly rates, so please don't forget to bring change with you.
|Up to 1 hour||£3.90|
|Up to 24 hours||£19.50|
If you have any queries, please speak to a member of the Q-Park staff at the Car Parking office. Car parking attendants patrol the car parks 24 hours a day and all areas are covered with CCTV surveillance.
Facilities are available for all patients to be dropped off at the main entrance to the hospital, along with free parking for disabled badge holders in designated disabled areas. Genetics outpatients and visitors may also park in Norton Court car park as long as they have a badge.
Free parking is also available to all patients with long-term illnesses or serious conditions requiring daily or regular treatment.
Please be aware that disabled drivers will be charged if they park on double yellow or double red lines or in a non-designated pay and display space. Our car parks are operated by Q-Park, and in line with the guidebook issued nationally with all blue badges. Free disabled parking facilities do not apply in these car parks.
Restrictions on parking on double lines also apply to areas with emergency vehicles to ensure these vehicles and essential goods have access at all times.
Overall, there are a total of 865 visitor spaces on the whole health campus. Of these, 290 are spaces reserved for disabled visitors and patient parking. There are 15 disabled spaces on the pay and display car park at the front of our hospital with seven more available to genetics patients at Norton Court.
A little further away, there are 30 more disabled spaces available in Car Park D and 12 in Car Park J outside of the Queen Elizabeth PET Centre, immediately opposite our hospital.
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