Disabled access and parking on site
Canteen in the East Brighton Mental Health building
Main Reception in Arundel Building
On site parking (Visitor pay and display and parking zones )
Download: A site map of Brighton General Hospital
Buses - 2, 2A, 21, 22, 22A, 23, 32
Train – Nearest Station – London Road (Brighton) – 1.3 miles – 30 Minute Walk.
Brighton Station – 1.4 miles – 35 Minute Walk
Walk – 1.3 miles - 30 Minutes to city center.
The managed parking scheme at Brighton General Hospital (BGH) has been introduced to assist in ensuring routes and pathways around the BGH site are clear, access to buildings is protected and our patients and visitors are able to park immediately on their arrival.
There are 62 spaces available to public and visitors in the visitor car park. There are 25 disabled spaces across the site, and 4 drop off bays located at the front of the Arundel Building.
The visitor car park is a pay and display car park and a ticket needs to be purchased upon arrival. The pay and display machine is located by the entrance to the car park and is accessible on foot.
Payment can be made by coin (no change given), debit and credit card, contact-less or by phone, text or mobile app. Click here for further information.
Please check how long your appointment will be to avoid over or under paying
Up to 2 Hours £2.50
Up to 4 Hours £3.80
Up to 6 Hours £5.00
Up to 12 Hours £10.00
Up to 24 Hours £18.00
Parking charges apply 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including bank holidays)
You must enter your vehicle registration mark (VRM) for the parking ticket to be valid.
Tickets are not transferable between vehicles.
Non-payment or other breaches will be dealt with by One Parking Solution who are employed by Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust to manage car parking on the Brighton General Hospital site charge notices for £75 (£45 for early payment) may be incurred.
If you have any difficulty using the machine to make a payment, please contact Brighton General Hospital on 01273 696011
Parking Charge Notice (PCN)
If you receive a PCN for breaching the conditions of parking, you can appeal using the following process: Appeal a Parking Charge Notice
If a PCN is issued due to a clinical appointment over running, please follow the appeal procedure outlined above and contact the department the appointment was with. The department will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the PCN number, the expected appointment start and finish times, and confirmation of the actual appointment finish time.
Back Care Support
Children's Enuresis Clinic
Children's Hearing Team
Children's Audiology Service
Community Diabetes Team
Elderly & Respiratory Medicine
Heart Failure Service
Integrated Care Assessment Team (iCATS)
Integrated Primary Care Teams
Intravenous (IV) Therapy Service
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Specialist Nurse
Neurological Rehabilitation Team
Occupational Therapy for Children
Physiotherapy for Children
Parkinson’s Nurse Specialist
Poynings Childrens Gateway Centre
Seaside View Child Development Centre
Sussex Rehabilitation Centre
Speech and Language Therapy for Adults
Speech and Language Therapy for Children
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