and opposite to the A&E department and How does Pay & Display work? medical wards. Park and go to the nearest pay machine. Exact money only, no change is given. Car parking for Car Park 5 Short stay car park has six Pay the amount for your expected length patients and visitors disabled spaces, 12 drop off spaces (20 of stay, take a ticket and display it inside minutes waiting). The car park is situated the windscreen of your car. in front of the A&E department and Horton Hospital medical wards. Pay & Display Charges June 2007 Car Park 6 has 20 spaces and nine Daily Amount disabled spaces and is situated on the left hand side as you drive in the Oxford Up to 3 hours £2.00 4 - 5 hours £3.00 Road entrance, near the Outpatients, The car parks 5 - 6 hours £3.00 Brodey Centre, Cardiac Investigations, 6 - 7 hours £7.00 Car park 1 has 50 spaces and six Audiology, Cardiac Rehab gym and 7 - 8 hours £7.00 disabled spaces, on the left hand side as Pharmacy departments. 8 - 9 hours £7.00 you drive in the main entrance, off 9 -24 (max) £7.00 Hightown Road. The medical wards, How do I pay for parking? Oak, Laburnum, Juniper and Mulberry There are five pay & display machines What happens to my money? are directly opposite, and the A&E sited in patient/visitor car parks. The car parks are run by the Trust and department and main entrance are a few not as a commercial operation. The minutes walk away. Once you have paid, display your ticket in money is used to pay for the provision the front window of your vehicle. and management of car parking. Any Car park 2 has 80 spaces, and is situated surplus goes to help fund services for on the right hand side as you drive in the patients and visitors. main entrance, off Hightown Road. The maternity unit is opposite this car park. What if I’m a regular patient, visitor or carer? Car Park 3 has 11 spaces, two 20 minute You may be entitled to reduced parking drop off paces and one disabled space or even free parking if you are in one of and is situated outside of the maternity the categories below: building main entrance. If you are a patient who attends regularly and frequently you may be Car Park 4 has 34 spaces and is situated entitled to a free car parking permit. adjacent to the Horton Treatment Centre, Continued over > If you are a visitor or carer to a longer stay in-patient, normally four days or Can I claim back travel expenses? more, you will be eligible for a seven Patients - not visitors - who attend a clinic There are leaflets available for bus day parking ticket at a cost of £8. and receive Income Support or certain services via the Trust’s website If your child or close relation is in other State Benefits, can claim the cost of www.oxfordradcliffe.nhs.uk intensive care, the special care baby travel, including car parking charges. unit or certain other wards you are This must be authorised by the Clinic likely to be entitled to free parking. Nurse and then taken to the Cashiers Office along with proof of benefit. The Ward Clerk or Sister in charge will Where can I get more information? advise you and provide you with an For more information contact the cashiers If you have questions about car parking authorisation form if you are eligible. on 01295 229044. or encounter problems with parking please contact the HH Car Parking Office What are the parking arrangements for How else can I get to Hospital? on 01295 229262; or call in at the office people with disabilities? If you can use public transport and live which is in the Estates & Facilities There are extra wide parking bays for within easy reach of a bus route to building, or contact the supervisor Blue Badge holders only which allow for Banbury. (attendant) on 0787 962 0357. wheelchair use There are 24 disabled spaces available, but if these spaces are The main routes are: full you can park free of charge in any - B1 Easington – Horton Hospital-town pay & display car park displaying your centre Blue Badge in the front of the vehicle. - 499 Town Centre-Horton-Adderbury, Aynho/Kings Sutton - GA01 Rugby-Daventry-Woodford Halse-Byfield-Chipping Warden- Penalty Charges Wardington By entering the hospital site and parking you agree to park in an authorised space - 59 Town Centre-Horton-Adderbury- and pay the appropriate charge. Failure Deddington-Steeple Aston-Tackley- to do so may result in a penalty ticket Kidlington-Oxford being placed on your vehicle. The charge is £50 which is halved to £25 if paid - By Train Banbury station is about one within two weeks of the issue date. mile from the hospital and served by frequent trains to London, Oxford and Notices explaining this “Breach of Birmingham. The bus station is 5 Contract” system are on display. minutes walk from the railway station.
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