Parking Passes for Patients

Parking garages

Norton Children’s Hospital offers free parking for patients. All outpatient parking is validated in the department where services are received (take your ticket with you for validation). Present your validated ticket to the cashier upon exiting the garage.

Parking Garage Entrance: Corner of Abraham Flexner Way and Floyd Street.

Parking passes

Upon admission, a parking pass can be obtained from the floor on which the patient is staying. It will be provided for use by one vehicle only for the patient’s family and will be good for the duration of the patient’s stay. The pass will cover parking through the end of the month in which it is issued, and the first seven days of the next month. Other visitors may purchase a seven-day parking pass for $10 when exiting the garage.

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