Providing parking carries a cost

27 December 2019

 

 

Responding to the government’s announcement on NHS car parking the deputy chief executive of NHS Providers, Saffron Cordery, said:

"Trusts want patients to be able to access care at minimum cost and maximum convenience. That’s why many already offer parking concessions.

Trusts want patients to be able to access care at minimum cost and maximum convenience. That’s why many already offer parking concessions.

Saffron Cordery    


"But providing parking carries a cost. 

"The government says it will ensure compliance with these measures. But it isn’t clear about how it will provide the necessary payments to compensate trusts. 

"The danger is that it will be taken out of funding for patient care."

 

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