Adding insult to injury: Hospital parking firm charges jump 22 per cent - despite Government pledge to scrap fees



One of Britain’s biggest hospital parking firms has been accused of 'adding insult to injury' as it announced a 22 percent rising in profits.
Parking Eye made a profit of £5.9million last year, up from £4.8million in 2014. 
It comes just days after it was revealed that a third of hospitals have increased their parking fees in the past year – with the worst charging £4 for stays of an hour or less.
Campaigners say the charges are hitting cancer sufferers and other very sick patients receiving life-saving treatment particularly hard.
Hospitals claim the increasing pressure on NHS finances has... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Health, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail
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