Industrial Action

Image used on the website Industrial Action by Junior Doctors between 24 and 28 February 2024
Junior Doctors will strike from 7am on Saturday 24 February until 11.59pm on Wednesday 28 February. Action is likely to cause long waits in Emergency Departments.
If it’s not a life-threatening emergency, get the help you need via:
• can support you at home or direct you to the best service for you
• Your pharmacy can help with over the counter medicines, emergency contraception and minor illnesses
• Mental health support, please contact 0800 448 0828
• Corby Urgent Care Centre can help treat lacerations, cuts, sprains, trains, minor burns and wounds
• For medical attention please contact your GP practice as normal.

Car Parking Information

A drop off/pickup point can be found in Car Park A. You can go into the car park and exit the car park within 15 minutes the barrier will raise, and you will not be charged.  If you are in the car park longer than 15 minutes, you will be charged the appropriate fee.
In an emergency or exceptional circumstances, such as where a patient has very limited mobility, drivers may drop-off directly outside the Outpatients Department using the emergency vehicle access route then go and park.
Car Park A disabled car parking spaces only.  Once parked, please take your valid Blue Badge to the Car Park Office and advise them of your registration number. You will then receive free parking for the duration of the stay.
A specific motorcycle bay is located in Car Park A, with parking for 5 motorcycles, you will receive free parking.

Tariffs in Car Park A (other than disabled car parking)

Less than 15 minutes (drop-off spaces)
Free of charge
Up to 2 hours
2 to 24 hours
Over 24 hours
£15 per day (or part thereof)

Car Park B and Others

Car Park B (Height Restriction 2.1m). has 4 Blue Badge spaces, 221 spaces on the lower deck. The upper deck is for staff with parking permits only.
Here’s how it works:
When arriving at car park B your car registration number is captured automatically. When you leave the car park you need to enter your registration number before paying at the paying station.
1. As you approach the entrance of the car park, the barrier will raise automatically, and your registration number will be read
2. Park your vehicle as usual
3. When you are ready to leave, please pay at one of the pay stations by entering your registration number and following the on-screen instructions. You can pay by cash or card (including contactless)
4. Please return to your car immediately and proceed to the exit
5. The exit barrier will automatically raise once your registration number and payment has been verified.
Other Car Parks are available in the Treatment Centre, spaces adjacent to Rothwell Road and Rockingham Wing which are Pay & Display parking.

Tariffs in Car Parks other than Car Park A

Up to 1 hours
1 to 3 hours
3 to 6 hours
6 to 8 hours
8 to 24 hours
Over 24 hours
£15 per day (or part thereof)



Complex Treatment

If attending Lilford Ward, Centenary Wing or Chemotherapy Supportive Treatment Unit (CSSTU) for complex treatment,please discuss with the ward clark.  Collect a concessionary slip and take it to the Car Park Office in Car Park A to claim a concessionary charge.

Frequent Treatment

If attending Outpatients or Day Case for frequent treatments in a 7 day period, a weekly concessionary ticket can be purchased at Car Park A.  It will cost £12 upon production of a ward or departmental confirmation.

Long Inpatient Stays

If a patient is expected to have a stay of 7 or more days, a weekly concessionary ticket can be purchased at Car Park A.  It will cost £12 upon production of a ward or departmental confirmation.