Parking for patients and visitors has been allocated close to buildings to allow easy access.
In order to manage demand effectively during peak hours (Mon-Fri 6am to 4pm) a four hour maximum stay will apply in patient car parks with no return within 2 hours. This will not affect the vast majority of patients and visitors however special arrangements noted below will be made for patients whose treatment lasts longer than four hours (for example cancer and renal dialysis patients) or for patients whose treatment has been delayed through no fault of their own (e.g. if a clinic is running late or their treatment takes longer than expected).
What if my appointment is longer than the 4 hour limit?
Patients who have scheduled appointments which may last longer than 4 hours can collect a long stay parking permit from the main reception desk at the Forth Valley Royal Hospital entrance. If your appointment is likely to last longer than 4 hours this should be noted on your appointment letter and should instruct you to collect the permit on arrival. This is for patients only and does not allow visitors to use the all day permit.
There will also be short-stay drop-off zones. The new arrangements will be monitored by attendants with parking charge notices being issued to those drivers who park inappropriately, for example in areas set aside for ambulances, or places which block entrances to buildings.
The parking policy for the new hospital, which is similar to existing policies for Stirling Community Hospital and Falkirk and Community Hospital, is in line with relevant national guidance.
- Hospital Car Parking Application (Staff)
- Hospital DIT Car Parking Application (Doctors in Training)
- Hospital Parking Guidance (Patients & Visitors)
This leaflet is your vehicle parking guide for Forth Valley Royal Hospital. Showing a plan of the various car parking areas within the hospital and a table explaining where and when you are able to park.