This page was last updated: November 19th, 2021
Please remember, all of our hospital sites are smoke-free. This includes outside and in the car parks.
Car parking for patients and visitors at St. Michael’s Hospital is accessed via the Trelissick Road entrance. Parking for Marie Therese House is via the Foundry Hill entrance. There are disabled spaces in both car parks and there is a drop off point outside the main entrance to St Michael’s Hospital if you are not stopping.
They are pay and display car parks, run by QPark Limited. They can be contacted on 01872 272834 / 07795 371620. Remember to make a note of what time your ticket expires and, of course, only use a disabled space if you’re displaying a Blue Badge.
Up to 2 hours: £3.00
Up to 4 hours: £6.00
Up to 6 hours: £9.00
Up to 24 hours: £15.00
5-day tickets: £17.70
7-day tickets: £25.27
Monthly tickets: £40.42
(If you need to buy a concessionary long-term ticket, you’ll need to ask the ward or department you are visiting for a form.)
It’s not a bad idea to think of alternative transport if you can; for public transport information, please visit the Cornwall Public Transport Information website or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33.
If you need help getting to the hospital, there are several community transport schemes that could help. If you receive Income Support or other benefits, you might also be able to reclaim your travel and parking expenses; visit our practical help and advice section for more information.
They can sometimes interfere with medical equipment, so if you are asked to switch them off by one of our staff, please do so straight away.
The Wi-Fi network is called NHS-Wi-Fi. It is an open network and you don’t need a password. To get access, connect to the network in the usual way and a short registration form should pop up automatically. Your device will then stay connected for 24 hours, after which you’ll need to reconnect by filling out the form again.
The Confectionery Bar in the waiting room sells snacks, basic toiletries and tissues etc.
If you’re a patient, remember to check with a doctor or nurse if you’re on a special diet and thinking of using the dining rooms or buying a snack.
9am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4pm on Fridays.
The Outpatient Department at St Michael’s Hospital