Parking at Bangor Community Hospital

Access to the Hospital is via the Main Entrance, Castle Street, Bangor.

  • Car Parking Pressures at Bangor Community Hospital

    If arriving by car, please note that we have a limited number of patient and visitor car parking spaces at Bangor Community Hospital.

    The increasing requirements for the provision of hospital services have inevitability led to additional pressure on car parking. Our car parks can be extremely busy so please allow at least an extra 20 minutes at peak times for your journey to allow you to find a space.  The Trust would unreservedly apologise to visitors for the delay that may occur during times of queuing.

  • Disabled parking

    A total of 8 spaces are designated Blue Badge Holders on the Ulster Hospital Site. These are identified on the map with a Blue Badge icon.

    Designated Blue Badge Holders Car Park spaces are available in the car park at the main entrances.

    Blue Badge Scheme rules apply and the badge should only be used when the holder is present either at point of arrival or departure. Any vehicle parked in a space for a blue badge holder must have a valid blue badge displayed.

  • Responsible Parking

    Please park responsibly when parking at our hospitals.

    • Do not speed – There is a 15 mph speed limit on our sites and 5mph in car parks, this is in place to keep our patients, staff and visitors safe.
    • Switch of your engines when idle.
    • Please be aware of pedestrian crossings.
    • Please do not park on double yellow lines, pavements or hatched areas.
    • Only park in designated parking bays.
    • Do not cause an obstruction to traffic or access to buildings.
    • Do not park over space lines and park in a single space only.
    • Please take the time to read our signage and avoid potential enforcement.
  • Enforcement
  • Public Transport

    Translink services to the site can be accessed and planned via this link: Journey Planner

  • Hospital Travel Cost Scheme

    You may get financial help from the Hospital Travel Cost Scheme if you are on a low income and need Health Service Treatment at a Hospital. Further Information can be access via this link: Hospital Travel Costs Scheme | nidirect

  • Trust Premises Smoke Free

    The Trust has been Smoke Free from March 2016, smoking is prohibited in Trust buildings, grounds and car parks by service-users, visitors, staff or contractors.