"Car park fees for disabled on income support"

About: University Hospital Of North Tees

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Being disabled often means multiple hospital appointments, I have 5 appointments this month - being on income support car park fees become a huge unaffordable debt! Car park owners should means test parking charges! Being disabled means we can't park too far away from premises - so as a result the extortionate fees means lots of appointments and treatments are cancelled through lack of money!

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Response from University Hospital Of North Tees

We are sorry to hear that you are displeased with parking fees at our hospital and are always keen to recieve feedback from our patients on the services and ammenities we provide. We would like to welcome you to contact our patient advice and liaisons service at PALS.NT@nth.nhs.uk or phone 01642 624719 so that you may voice any concerns.

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