Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has announced car parking charges will be suspended from Scottish hospitals for three months.
Ms Freeman told the Scottish Parliament the measure would be in place at Ninewells in Dundee, Glasgow Royal Infirmary and the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, the only hospitals in Scotland where vistors and staff pay to park, from March 30.
Parking at Ninewells is operated by the firm Saba.
A spokeswoman for NHS Tayside said: “NHS Tayside and Saba have been working together over the past few days to agree the temporary suspension of charges.
“The two organisations are now finalising how the temporary arrangements will work in practice and we will be sharing this detail with our staff and the public in the coming days.”