Parking at Whiston Hospital

​​​​Car parking at Whiston Hospital for Patients and Visitors​

Car parks are available for patients and visitors in the Multi Storey Car Park off Warrington Road, by the Accident and Emergency Department off Dragon Lane and by the paediatric entrance off Stoney Lane. There is also a dedicated disabled car park at the front of the hospital main entrance and also disabled spaces available within the multi storey, Accident and Emergency and paediatric car parks.

All car parks at Whiston and St Helens hospitals have a graduated charging system.  
The charges are as follows:-

Less than 20 minutes:​​​Fr​ee
20 minutes - 1 hour:​£1.00
1 - 2 hours:£2.20​
2 - 3 hours:​£3.30
3 - 4 hours:£4.40​
4 - 5 ho​urs:£5.50​
Over ​5 hours:£6.00​​

Maximum charge is £6
Prices are subject to change

The car park operates a Pay on Foot system, this means a ticket will be issued on arrival and visitors will need to go to the payment machine to pay the amount required and have their ticket validated for exit before leaving.  To leave, visitors will need to place their tickets in the terminal by the exit barrier.

There are six payment machines at Whiston Hospital - two are located within the hospital by the  main reception, two can be found on Level 5 of the multi storey car park and two are located by the Accident and Emergency Department car park.

There is a pedestrian link bridge from Level 5 of the multi-storey car park which takes you to the main entrance of the new hospital via the lifts or stairs.

For frequent visitors, weekly passes are available for £12. These passes will have unlimited use for a full 7 day period.


At Whiston Hospital weekly passes can be purchased for the Multi Storey Car Park and all public car parks. These can be purchased direct from all payment machines via cash or credit / debit card.​​

Patients are eligible for free NHS treatment at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching hospitals NHS Trust if they are: Ordinarily resident in the UK or: Overseas visitors, but entitled to free NHS services under the National Health Service (Charges to Overseas Visitors) Regulations

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