Burton Hospital Parking
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Queen's Hospital is located on Belvedere Road in the large market town of Burton upon Trent (or just Burton), in the county of Staffordshire. It is overseen by University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. The Queen’s Hospital Burton, is the primary source of critical hospital services, to the locals of Burton-on-Trent, South Staffordshire and neighbouring regions of North West Leicester and South Derbyshire. The Queen’s Hospital Burton provides to a populace of around 360,000 people, where it is devoted in providing top class care to patients, that exceeds all expectations.
The Hospital facility dates back to 1884 when it was the Belvedere Union Workhouse. A hospital was later built on the same site and in 1948 after joining the National Health Service, became known as Burton District Hospital. A revamping of the hospital came in two phases, completed in 1972 and 1995, to enhance the town's medical facilities. In December 1995, the newly renovated facility was opened by her majesty the Queen and in appreciation of this feat, the facility was renamed in 1996 as Queen’s Hospital.
There is a 24 hour Accident and Emergency Department at Burton Queen’s Hospital, along with outpatient and clinical services, that includes pathology, radiology and enhanced therapies. Furthermore, the hospital boasts two CT and MRI scanners, it’s own breast care unit, a devoted suite for endoscopy, a contemporary maternity unit, an ophthalmology treatment centre and stroke facilities.
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Parking at Burton Hospital
There are five visitor and patient car parks at Queens Hospital Burton, all of which have a new Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system in place. As soon as you enter the hospital site car parks, your registration plate number is automatically documented.
For those using the disabled parking spaces will need to display clearly their blue badges, which are both legitimate and in date. Parking is free for 3 hours. For those blue badge holders who require an extra half an hour of free car parking, can register with the Trust by calling 033 456 1111, your blue badge number will also be required.
Disabled spaces can be found in the following car parks at Queen’s Hospital Burton:
- Main visitors car park (Car park 4, Entrance C) - 24 spaces
- Emergency Department (Car park 3, Entrance C) - 1 space
- Belvedere centre (Car park 2, Entrance B) - 1 space
- Treatment centre (Car park 3, Entrance A) - 6 spaces
- Breast clinic (Entrance D) 2 spaces
- Geoffrey Hodges Wing (Diabetic centre, Entrance E) - 6 spaces
Car parks are open Monday to Sunday all day.
Parking charges for all car parks are as follows:
- First 20 minutes - Free
- Up to 1 hour - £2.00
- Up to 2 hours - £2.50
- Up to 3 hours - £3.50
- Up to 4 hours - £4.00
- Up to 5 hours - £4.50
- Up to 6 hours - £5.00
- Over 6 hours - £9.00
- Weekly parking - £10.00
You must know your registration number as you will need it when you pay.
All of the above information about parking can be found on the NHS page for University Hospitals of Derby and Burton.
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Burton-on-Trent Train Station (DE14 2DA) is 1.5 miles away from Queen’s Hospital Burton and is around a 8 minute drive.
The station runs numerous regular services on cross country trains to places such as Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Newcastle, Plymouth, Edinburgh and Cardiff to name albeit a few. https://www.thetrainline.com/stations/burton-on-trent
Queen’s Hospital Burton is found only two miles from the town centre. Buses run frequently between Burton-on-Trent Train Station, the town centre and Queen’s Hospital. These are as follows:
3, 8, 401, 402 and 403.
For further information on bus timetables and routes, seek the Midland Classic, by whom the buses are run by.
Queen’s Hospital Burton can be reached via the A38 and A50 and can be linked from most major motorways.
From the South West: M5 and M6 motorways (be aware you could pass through a toll road on the M6)
From the North: M6
From the Midlands: A38 direct
From London: M1 Motorway
Postcode for Sat Nav: DE13 0RB (Queen’s Hospital)
It is a 25 minute from Burton Train Station to Queen’s Hospital.
It is a 20 minute walk from the town centre to Queen’s Hospital.
Queen’s Hospital Burton is a 45 minute car journey from Birmingham International airport, which has domestic and international arrivals and departures.
Disabled Parking at Burton Hospital
There are 40 disabled spaces around the Hospital site in various car parks, the bulk of space (24) is in the main visitor car park. Parking is free of charge for three hours for disabled blue badge holders. Blue badges must be valid, exhibited in your car to be checked and up to date.
For those blue badge holders who require an extra half an hour of free car parking, can register with the Trust by calling 033 456 1111, your blue badge number will also be required.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Burton Hospital, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Burton. The closest ones to Burton Hospital are:
- Shell Horninglow (DE14 1RY)
- The Octagon Shopping Centre Car Park (DE14 3TN)
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Parking at Burton Hospital is available Monday to Sunday all day, including bank holidays. The maximum amount you pay is £9.00 and this is for over 6 hours.
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What is the address for Burton Hospital?
It is: Queen's Hospital Burton, Belvedere Road, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 0RB
Can you park for free at Burton Hospital?
Yes, Burton Hospital parking is free for the first 20 minutes from when you arrive at the hospital.
For disabled blue badge holders, parking is free for 3 hours.
What are the visiting times at Burton Hospital?
Visiting times vary between wards and it is best to check out the NHS Burton Hospital page for specific and up to date visiting times.
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Latest Burton Hospital parking reviews
Cannot recommend this space highly enough! Very easy to find. Large enough for my 4x4 car and a very short walk to the hospital main entrance - same distance as some parts of the hospital car park. Made my hospital visit so much more relaxing than panicking driving round the car park looking for a space. Would definitely use this space again 5*Abby
The parking space is on the right of this photo after the hedge.Edward