Cancer patient Terry Gee, aged 74, of Barnsley, said: "It is morally wrong to charge patients.
It is extortionate and should be a nominal fee at the most.
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It was a very well organised and successful event, allowing us to network with clients that we might not normally get the chance to meet.
Members of the public urged health chiefs to consider making it free to park at city hospitals after new figures revealed Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was one of the country's top earners from parking fees after raking in £3, 073, 222 in 2016/17.The call for change comes as a number of high profile figures, including Sheffield Hallam University chancellor lord professor Robert Winston, branded the parking charges as unfair and called for it to be axed.But people who use the trust's main sites at the Northern General, Hallamshire and Jessop Wing and Weston Park hospitals highlighted a number of concerns over 'extortionate' fees, lack of spaces and problems with using the pay machines.It was therefore highly rewarding to have the opportunity to have a 2 day forum where we were amongst so many key decision makers.The event organisers were extremely professional and helpful and the run up to the event was smooth and problem free.