Transport and travel

Getting Out and About

When you are able to, your relatives and friends may like to go shopping with you in Aylesbury or Milton Keynes, where wheelchair facilities are excellent. 
There are also many local restaurants where customers in wheelchairs are made unobtrusively welcome.

You may park in any of the visitors car parks in the hospital grounds.

  • The car parks are barrier operated and a ticket is issued on entry.
  • Payment should be made at the pay machine prior to departure.
  • Please ensure you park in the appropriate bay and pay the correct fee – penalties are in place for those who do not pay and display, and the car parks are patrolled on a regular basis.
  • Disabled parking is free and should you have to park in the main car park, an exit ticket can be obtained from any of the hospital reception desks.
  • Visitors of patients can purchase a weekly ticket of £20 for 7 consecutive days, for a single use car, on completion of a form available from the ward
  • Blue Badge Holders – Parking for people with disabled badges is free at all of our hospitals, either in allocated bays close to buildings or in regular parking bays elsewhere. Please ensure a valid blue badge is clearly displayed on the windscreen of the vehicle.

There are five car parks surrounding the hospital labelled A, B, C, D and E.

Parking charges (pay and display):

Up to 30 minutes free

30 minutes to 2 hours £3.50

2 to 3 hours £5.00

3 to 4 hours £6.50

4 to 24 hours £9.00

NOTE: Owners park vehicles at their own risk, and the hospital will accept no liability for loss or damage to vehicles.

  • The Hospital Switchboard (Tel: 01296 315000) holds a list of local taxi firms.
    Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) has provided us with a list of taxi companies who can accommodate Patients / Clients with wheelchairs.

  • Alternatively, please ask your ward staff for help.

Please note that as private hire companies set their own fares, AVDC recommend that a quote is obtained before booking.

  • For vehicles that have a TAXI sign and a meter, the driver MUST use the meter and charge what the meter says or less.
  • For those who are fit and well enough, we encourage walking and cycling to our sites.
  • Lockable bike parks are located in the public car park outside the education centre, accessible via entrance 4 of the hospital.