Visiting has been stopped at our hospitals and there are changes in place to a number of services. For more details visit our Coronavirus page
Wye Valley NHS Trust is advising patients and visitors to its hospitals that the temporary free parking introduced during the coronavirus outbreak finishes at the end of the month.
This Saturday, August 1, the normal parking arrangements come into force.
In line with other hospitals and NHS organisations across the country, the Trust has provided free parking since the pandemic took hold in March this year.
Services are currently being restored in a safe and managed way and the temporary car park arrangements will cease at the end of the month.
Visitors and patients can pay for their car parking using contactless payments.
The Trust also has a range of concessions for those using its car parks – details can be found on the Trust’s website – www.wyevalley.nhs.uk
The end of the temporary parking arrangements covers car parks at Hereford County Hospital and also at the community hospitals in Bromyard, Leominster and Ross-on-Wye.
Notes to Editors WVT:
- Wye Valley NHS Trust is a provider of health services across Herefordshire and beyond. The Trust exists to improve the wellbeing, independence and health of the people we serve.
- By working closely with our partners, we can make good our promise to deliver a quality of care we would want for ourselves, our families and our friends.
- With an estimated annual turnover of around £185 million, we employ around 3,000 staff. We aim to build new relationships between our staff, patients, service users and their carers with the wider community.
For further information please contact:
Fiona Gurney, communications officer, or John Burnett, Communication and Engagement Manager, Wye Valley NHS Trust: 01432 372928