There will be an increase to visitor car parking charges across Leicester's Hospitals' three sites from today (9 October).
The new charge will come into effect at the Royal Infirmary, Glenfield and the General Hospitals.
The hospital trust said car parking charges have not been raised since 2011 but are "now a necessity due to increasing pressures on NHS budgets".
Around 3,400 patients visit Leicester’s Hospitals each day.
Darryn Kerr, Director of Estates and Facilities at Leicester’s Hospitals, said:
The Trust will continue to offer free allocated parking for disabled users, for those on benefits and discounted rates for regular hospital visitors, with the weekly, monthly and saver tickets.
Here are the parking charges as of Monday 9 October 2017: