Maidstone Hospital Parking
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Maidstone Hospital is a hospital located in Barming in Maidstone residing in the East of England, 40 miles from the capital London. The hospital is controlled by the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust.
The hospital opened in 1983 and was built to replace the West Kent hospital and since then, multiple wings and extensions have been added. These include a new self-contained orthopaedic unit, a new Eye, Ear and Mouth unit and the Peggy Wood Breast Care Centre.
This followed the new two million Emergency Care Centre, the first of its kind in England that provides full Accident and Emergency (A&E) services, a General Practice (GP) out of hours service and a walk in centre, residing all under one roof. In 2017, the specialist oncology centre that delivers high standard cancer services invested in a new modern and top quality radiotherapy equipment. It is the fifth largest cancer centre and one of the top performing within the whole of the country.
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Parking at Maidstone hospital
Maidstone parking has three parking zones: A, B and E.
Payment is taken for parking on leaving the hospital, tickets must be paid for in one of the ticket machines, in order to exit the car park via the barrier.
All car parks are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This includes overnight parking.
Parking zone A is a pay on foot car park and has 295 standard spaces and 14 disabled bays.
Parking zone B is a pay on foot car park and has 47 standard spaces and 9 disabled bays. This car park is for the Oncology centre.
Parking zone E is a pay on foot car park and has 85 standard spaces and 10 disabled bays.
Disabled blue badge holders who park in disabled bays must display badges in their vehicles. Blue badge holders are not exempt from charges and are required to pay for a ticket.
Parking charges for all visitor car parks:
- Up to 30 minutes - free
- Up to 2 hours - £2.00
- 2 to 4 hours - £4.00
- 4 to 6 hours - £6
- 6 to 8 hours - £8
- 8 to 24 hours - £10
Concessions on parking are available for the following:
- Oncology and renal patients can park for free whilst receiving treatment. Exit tickets need to be validated at the oncology reception.
- Parking for long term visits is charged at £10.00 for seven days, this includes unlimited visits to site in the seven day period. This is possible by selecting the Seven day ticket button on one of the parking machines.
- If your outpatient clinic is cancelled, patients will obtain a free exit ticket from the outpatients clinic staff.
- If within two hours of your appointment time you have not seen a Doctor within 2 hours, then staff at outpatients can give the patient a £2.00 capped parking ticket.
See the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS page for further parking information.
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Barming train station (ME16 9NS) is a 3 minute drive, a 6 minute bus or 18 minute walk away from Maidstone hospital.
It is run by the South Eastern railway and has departures and arrivals into London Victoria, Ashford International and Maidstone East.
Click here for more information on train times and journey planning.
The Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust provides a shuttle bus (6X), which runs, amid Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells hospitals to let both staff and patients travel from the two sites.
The H1 links Maidstone Hospital, with the London Road Park and Ride car park, in Beaver Road, Maidstone.
The following buses, which are run by Arriva and Nu Venture, serve the Maidstone Hospital route:
8, 58 82, 85, 89, 158, 575 and H1. Which come from across the region.
See the Arriva bus site for further information on bus timetables and journey planners.
Or the Nu-Venture page for bus travel details including routes and timetables.
Maidstone hospital sits off of Hermitage Lane and Queens Road. It has direct access to the M20 which runs to the far East of England and joins onto the M25 which runs all the way around London and spans out across the rest of England.
Sat nav postcode: ME16 9QQ
For a more detailed set of directions use either Google maps or any other mapping service.
Maidstone hospital is an 18 minute walk from Barming train station.
London Gatwick airport lies a 45 minute drive or a two hour 15 minute public transport journey via bus and train.
Gatwick is an international airport with arrivals and departures across the UK, Europe and the likes of St Lucia and Calgary.
Disabled Parking in Maidstone hospital
Parking zone A offers 14 disabled blue badge bays. Parking zone B offers 9 disabled blue badge bays and this car park is specifically for those visiting the Oncology centre. Parking zone E has 10 disabled blue badge parking.
Parking charges apply to all disabled blue badge holders and badges should be displayed in vehicles at all times.
Payments of tickets are taken on departure from the hospital in one of the machines before you return to your car.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Maidstone hospital, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Maidstone. The closest ones to Maidstone hospital are:
- Barker Road Car Park
- Mote Road Car Park
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
Charges at Maidstone hospital car parks apply at all times, unless you are otherwise exempt or receive concessions, during weekends and bank holidays. The charge for eight to 24 hours is £10.00.
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Is there free parking at Maidstone hospital?
Parking is free for 30 minutes in all car park zones in Maidstone hospital.
What does Maidstone hospital specialise in?
It has one of the best cancer centres in the country, provides world class oncology treatment and a high standard of maternity care.
Does Maidstone hospital have an A&E?
Yes, it does and it is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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