Randers Hospital, Denmark
Saturday, 1 April 2017
Randers Regional Hospital serves 225,000 inhabitants in the north east corner of Denmark’s Central Region. It is a central emergency hospital admitting approximately 30,000 emergency patients annually. This makes it one of the largest emergency hospitals in Denmark with more than 20 medical specialties. Approximately 160,000 visits are made to the hospital’s clinics each year and about 15,000 visits to the ER.
Randers Regional Hospital has the biggest internal medicine department in Denmark. The hospital’s teaching department focuses on research and education in the gynecology, pediatrics and cancer surgery disciplines. Randers Regional Hospital is one of Central Denmark Region's five future acute hospitals.
Good parking facilities help the hospital run smoothly and patients to arrive on time, and less stressed, for their appointments. For staff, a convenient end to their journey means they will start their shift in a positive frame of mind.
The hospital has partnered with Q-Park to provide safe parking for patients and their visitors as well as for their doctors, nurses and other staff.
Q-Park facilitated the construction of the multi-storey carpark which is linked by a covered walkway to the hospital. The three floor car park has open mesh metal cladding which allows daylight into the parking decks while maintaining security.
- 600 spaces in multi-storey + 300 in open-air car park.
- Ground floor spaces reserved for patients and visitors.
- Column-free parking.
- Energy-saving lighting with motion detection.
Q-Park also manages the many open-air parking areas in the hospital complex. The Pay & Display machines are clearly visible and offer payments by card and cash.
A parking tariff overview is displayed prominently next to each Pay & Display machine.