Frimley Park Hospital
Plan of Hospital
Parking – no fees for CC drivers.
Show your CC identity badge to get your parking ticket validated. This can be done at the Parking Office (outside the main entrance) or at the reception desk in some departments (eg:- eye, outpatients).
Dropping off our clients outside Entrance B (Eye Department) at Frimley Park Hospital – as you are not there long and not blocking any ambulances it is OK. However, if you are taking a client that requires help into the eye department it would be a lot better to use the free parking in the parking lot.
Aldershot Centre for Health
Parking – The parking system at Aldershot Centre for Health has changed again (March 2020). At this time, it does not allow volunteer car schemes to receive free parking unless the client has a blue badge, so the clients will need to pay for parking. Parking fees are about £0.60 per hour.
- Patients and Visitor Parking – There is a pay-on-exit car park for patients and visitors. The public car park has 43 spaces (charges apply) and 8 disabled spaces (which are free of charge). Payment can be made either via the machine located within the car park or via the Saba Parking App or website. Please ensure you pay for the full and correct vehicle registration.
Please note: Purchasing tickets in advance via the Saba App / Website does not guarantee you a parking space.
- Blue Badge Holder parking is free of charge. Please register via the onsite payment machine when leaving the health centre, using the bar code on the back of your Blue Badge. Please ensure you input the full and correct vehicle registration.
Please note the Saba Parking App cannot be used to register Blue Badge Parking
- Another option is to drive up to the front door, drop off your client and go into Aldershot and park up (maybe at the Morrisons?). They can call you when they have finished.
Parking – free
St Peter’s Chertsey
Plan of Hospital
Parking – The main parking area is being rebuilt (Oct19-Jul20) and alternative parking arrangements are in place.
Please see the parking poster provided by St Peter’s.
PARKING AND DROP OFF AT ST PETERS
For the next 8 weeks (Mar & Apr 2020) there is no drop off at the main entrance to outpatients. – You can drop off either in the A&E disabled car park (providing the car park is not full and then use the pedestrian entrance in the left corner where there should be wheelchairs (the right-hand door is now closed).
– Or you can drop off at the Duchess of Kent wing entrance, Do not leave your car here at the DoK entrance as there are ambulances using this area.
– Blue badge holders have 20 mins free parking in the A&E car park.
– If your passenger is mobile, use car parks as normal and walk, there is pedestrian access from the car parks into the A&E car park which saves walking round the mortuary.
Access to the new hospital and new car park is now from Kings Ride and not London Road.
– Turn right at the new roundabout off Kings Ride into Brook Avenue and then follow the signs to the car park.
– There’s ANPR in the car park, and you have to take a ticket and drive through the barrier.
– To get your ticket validated before exiting, so that you don’t have to pay £3.50 parking fee, walk in through the main entrance of the hospital and go to the security office which is just on the left.
– On exiting the car park, the barrier will lift automatically.
The hospital address is;
Ascot SL5 7GB
Brants Bridge, Bracknell
Royal Surrey County Hospital
Parking – display yellow permit, note parking bay number and report to parking office on arrival.
If no parking is found, a nearby supermarket car-park is available. But do not exceed the 2-hour maximum time.