Home / Health & Social Care / Rolling news / Council sends a car park message to hospital bosses – and gets a shirty reply Council sends a car park message to hospital bosses – and gets a shirty reply Posted By theboss on 21st February 2018 21st February 2018 By Graham Smith Cornwall Council is to put pressure on the Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust to find a way of offering free car parking for its staff.… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Hospital car parking charges under scrutiny as data reveals the cost to patients and staff29th December 2017By Rashleigh MacFarlaneThe Royal Cornwall hospital made more than £278,000 from charging patients,… County Hall to flex its muscles over RCHT car parking charges14th February 2018By Rashleigh MacFarlaneRelations between Cornwall Council and its soon-to-be-health-partner the Royal Cornwall Hospital… Further improvement in health and social care integration "questions the case for Kennally Care"5th February 2018By Graham SmithThe transfer of patients out of hospital and into social care… Kennally Care: what’s it worth to run both the council and the health service?12the February 2018By Graham SmithHealth and council bosses have said no final decisions have yet… This article has 3 comments Said the councillors who all use their own transport to travel to meetings at NCH, rather than use the Park and Ride which they all voted for everyone else to use. I wonder if council staff pay for their parking? No they don’t John and I think if they tried to make them their staff would just not bother to turn up for work and they know it. Like hospital workers, most CC employees are also paid appallingly low wages. You don’t hear very much about these in the media, only the high salaries paid to management are reported and I think the public think all CC staff are on a gravy train, simply not true. Comments are closed.