Parking at BHI Parkside
We have 70 patient allocated spaces here at Churchfields Surgery, including a number of bays designated for disabled patients situated by the main entrance of the building. The vehicle entrance is off of the Stourbridge Road.
We would like to have offered our patients free parking. Unfortunately, due to the proximity to the high street, we are unable to do this, as the car park would be used by shoppers rather than patients. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.
Entry and exit to our car park is controlled by an ANPR (Automatic Number-Plate Recognition) system. When you enter our car park via the barrier, the machine will record your number plate before allowing you entrance. At the end of your visit to BHI Parkside, you will need to enter your registration into the pay machine that is located on the grounds. This payment is what allows your vehicle to exit based upon the number plate. Once you have paid, you will have a short time window to leave the premises via the exit barrier located next to where you entered.
Visits of up to fifteen minutes will be free, and normal visits to your GP should not cost more than a £1. In the unlikely circumstance that there are no spaces available here at BHI Parkside, you will be able to exit without being charged. Disabled badge holders may park nearer to the surgery entrance, but unfortunately parking is no longer free. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.