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Parking privileges for private patients

Parking privileges for private patients

NHS patients face a two-tier parking system at the private Beaumont Hospital in Bolton. They are now being charged £1.50 an hour to park, while private patients park for free.

On-street parking is severely limited due to double yellow lines on several streets around the hospital. The BMI-run Beaumont Hospital has parking spaces for 98 vehicles. Some NHS patients are referred to the hospital for non-emergency procedures such as hip replacements, knee operations, gall bladder removal and...

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