Before you leave home
Parking at our hospitals is very limited so we encourage you to consider other ways of getting to us.
Perhaps a friend can drop you off, you can cycle, take a taxi cab or use one of the many bus routes that drop you right on site.
Our hospitals are really well served by public transport and we actively encourage our patients, visitors and staff to use these where possible.
Prices are the same at both King George and Queen's hospitals:
|Up to 1 hour||£1.20|
|1 to 2 hours||£2.40|
|2 to 3 hours||£3.60|
|3 to 6 hours||£4.80|
|6 to 9 hours||£8.00|
|9 to 12 hours||£12.00|
|Over 12 hours||£18.00|
|Charge for lost tickets:||£18|
Charges help us pay for the maintenance and improvements of our car parks so they are safe for you to use throughout the day. Tthere is no charge for motorcycles to park at our Trust. Motorcycles are permitted to park in the multi-storey car park or can utilise the bike park, outside near the bus stops.
Parking at King George Hospital
Car park barriers are not in use but you still have to pay for parking
The King George Hospital main car park is now operated by automatic number plate recognition (ANPR). This means the entrance and exit barriers are not in use. Cameras record the registration plate of each entrance and exit. Before you leave, enter your vehicle registration to the payment machine, which will tell you the amount to be paid.
If you leave without paying you will pay a penalty charge.
Blue badge holders
Blue Badge Holders can claim a free permit from the ward they are visiting after you park. You can use this voucher at the payment machine. The voucher contains a code. Enter this at the machine to ensure your stay is free.
If you are a blue badge holder, you can park for free in the dedicated car parks by the main entrance and near the Treatment Centre. You must pay to park elsewhere.
Paying for your parking
The King George Hospital main car park is now operated by automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), which means the entrance and exit barriers are not in use. Cameras now record the registration plate. If you leave without paying you will pay a penalty charge.
Payment machines are near the Emergency Department, block 6 entrance and at the exit.
All machines have clear instructions, parking charges and parking enforcement information.
Parking at Queen's Hospital
Patient and visitor parking can be found on the ground and first floor and designated area on the second floor of the multi-storey car park.
We also have a dedicated parking area for those undergoing cancer treatments.
Motorcycle parking is available at the front of the hospital.
There are drop-off bays for the nursery, maternity unit and emergency department.
Blue badge holders
If you’re a blue badge holder, you can park for free in the dedicated car park at the front of the hospital. You must pay to park elsewhere.
Paying for parking
When you enter our car park, take a ticket and pay for your stay before you return to your car. You can pay by cash or debit card.
For information about paying for parking at the surface level Oldchruch Rise carpark operated by Havering Council, please visit their website.