Royal Stoke University Hospital Introduces Car Park pay-on-exit Barriers

Royal Stoke University Hospital have introduced a new pay-on-exit system for public car parks H and I, which will go live on Wednesday 1 May 2019 at 7am.

The new system means that the public will not need to pay on arrival, instead visitors will need to enter their full vehicle registration via the pay machines which are located on the car park, after their visit to the Hospit‚Äčal has finished but before they exit the car park.

The pay machines will bring up the total amount of money to pay dependant on how long you have been parked at the hospital. Payment can be made at the pay machines by cash, card or contactless methods. 

Once paid the barrier system will automatically recognise your vehicle registration and allow you to exit the car park. 

If you require advice please contact the multi-storey car park on 01782 671402. Should you require assistance upon exit please press the intercom button on the barrier. 

More information on parking at University Hospitals of North Midlands can be found here

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2 thoughts on “Royal Stoke University Hospital Introduces Car Park pay-on-exit Barriers

  • 9th September 2019 at 7:37 pm
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    Monday 09-09-19
    I’m not happy about you parking meters. Park ‘H’. There was only one meter in use and this overcharged me by ¬£1.30. My parking time was approx 0.75 hrs. Q’s for the exit process, at the meter were very long which would probably increase the fee for those at the back of the Q. I then proceeded to the exit barrier only to find it would not respond. I then had to repark and eventualy found out that there is a button and intercom at the barrier. There is no instruction at the barrier about this button. After pressing it did operate.
    My wife has a Blue Badge, and, according to the guide sent to us with the hospital appointment
    letter for her there is a clause which states that Blue Badge holders are allowed an additional hour of parking. No guide to this on the meter as far that we could see.
    My wife is disabled and is 85 and I am 83. This incident has upset us to say the least.

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  • 9th September 2019 at 8:16 pm
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    Hi, you would need to contact Royal Stoke University Hospital, we are a news website and not related to Royal Stoke. Thanks

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