Worcestershire Royal Hospital Parking
The Trust operates both a 'pay on foot' and a 'pay and display' car park charging system. The 'pay on foot' payment system means that you will be given a ticket at the barrier as you enter the car park. When you leave the hospital please use one of the pay machines to pay the charge and have the ticket validated. Pay machines are situated inside the main entrance, inside A&E and in each main car park.
The pay and display machines are located at road side spaces and smaller car parking areas that are not barrier controlled. The pay and display pay stations only accept the following coins: £1, 50p, 20p and 10p. Please obtain a ticket before you leave your car and ensure that it is clearly displayed on you dash board or window.
Please note that these machines do not give change.
We have introduced a 'one hour' car park rate as a response to patients and visitors who told us that their visits are often for no longer than an hour and they would like the option of a reduced fee.
- Up to one hour: £2.50
- 1-2 hours: £3.70
- 2-4 hours: £4.50
- 4-6 hours: £6.00
- 6-24 hours: £7.50
There are several drop off spaces available for 20 minute drop offs outside the main entrances. Please ensure you do not overstay the time limit as you may be subject to penalties.
Car parking concessions
Reduced car park fees are available for patients and close relatives in certain circumstances which may require regular or long term visits. Find out more about car parking concessions.
Parking for Disabled Patients and Visitors
There are designated spaces outside the main entrance, on the access road leading to A&E and outside both Aconbury blocks. Please note standard parking charges apply, concessions are available, see above.
Please note: From Monday, May 28, 2018 the car park between Aconbury East and Aconbury West will be for blue badge holders only, to enable essential construction work to be carried out. At intermittent periods for the duration of the works there may also be temporary road closures or diversions in place. Any disruption will be kept to a minimum. Thank you for your patience and understanding.