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Car Parking

Parking is available for visitors and patients in the Northern Car Park via a ticket-based system. This car park is situated near the hospital's main entrance. As you enter the car park you are required to take a ticket from the boom gate. When you are ready to leave the Hospital you will need to take your ticket to the validation machine in the main foyer of the Hospital. When you exit the car park, insert your validated ticket into the ticket machine on your right hand side and the boom gate will open. Parking is charged at a fee of $6.00 payable upon exit.

When you wish to leave the hospital insert your ticket into the provided slot of the ticket machine. After payment either by cash or credit card, the machine will validate the ticket, return the ticket and issue you a receipt. Take the paid ticket with you; as you exit the car park insert your paid validated ticket into the slot provided at the boom gate and the boom gate will open.

Disabled Parking

There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces for people displaying their current Mobility Parking Scheme card in their car. These are located close to the main entrance and emergency department. Not all parking spaces are free i.e. those located within the car park require a fee for parking.

Concessional Car Parking

Concession rates are available for eligible patients and their carers who require regular or long-term hospitalisation and/or treatment in all public hospital car parks in NSW.

Who is eligible for concessional car parking?

Patients and carers eligible to obtain concession rates when parked in public hospital car parks include:

  1. holders of a RMS issued Mobility Parking Scheme permit;
  2. holders of a Pensioner Concession Card;
  3. holders of a Gold Veterans Affairs Card;
  4. holders of a Health Care Card;
  5. ongoing cancer treatment patients;
  6. patients and their carers who are required to attend the hospital/facility for a course of treatment over a period of time greater than one week;
  7. patients and their carers attending more frequently than twice weekly, including carers of long term patients who visit frequently;
  8. cardiac rehabilitation education and exercise class attendees;
  9. daily dressing outpatients;
  10. health promotion education class attendees.

Visit www.parking.health.nsw.gov.au for further information on concessional parking or download our app NSW Health - hospital parking and directions on Google Play or iTunes.

Visitors and patients should contact Fairfield Hospital Car Park Administration on 9616 8234 or email FRFCarParkAdmin@health.nsw.gov.au for further information regarding the process.

Others may be eligible. Please refer to the reception counter at Fairfield Hospital for further information.

How do you claim your concession rate?
Eligible patients, their carers, and holders of concession cards are required to present their parking ticket, photo identification and concession card or request for concessional rates (prior to exiting the car park) at the:

Enquiries Counter located in the main entrance of Fairfield Hospital  
Between the hours of 8am and 5pm, Monday to Friday

After hours - please place your forms in the drop-box provided, for processing the next business day

Concession Rates

0-3 hours Free
3 plus hours $5.40 One exit only per 24 hours
3 day ticket $10.90 Frequent use allowing multiple entries and exits in a 3 day period
7 day ticket $21.70 Frequent use allowing multiple entries and exits in a 7 day period

Eligible concession cards: Identification must be in the form of the applicable government issued permit or card.

Concessional Permits

Thirty Minute Drop-Off Zones

Thirty minute parking is available in front of the Hospital's Main Entrance to allow drop off and pick up of patients.

Parking Fines

Parking signs are enforceable. Hospital Security Staff will issue parking infringements to illegally parked vehicles.

Security

Security Officers are able to escort staff and visitors to their car on request.

Staff

Staff members are able to obtain a swipe cards paid for through salary deductions. Swipe cards allow access to the Northern Car Park and the Southern (Staff) Car Park. Casual staff members are able to obtain prepaid paper tickets that will remain valid for a designated time period.


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