Parking Instructions

Patients may be dropped off or picked up at the main entrance (off of Senate Street) or as directed on the pre-visit information from your doctor’s office. All garages have elevators, stairs and reserved parking spaces for people with special parking needs. Garages are van accessible, and are always monitored by Indiana University Health security officers and cameras.


IU Health team members and hospital volunteers are available to help you find your way through our facility. To help you get to your destination as easily as possible, we recommend the following parking options for different parts of our campus:

For the main hospital:
Garage #1, 16th St. and N. Senate Blvd.

For the Methodist Professional Center and the Cardiovascular Center at IU Health Methodist Hospital:
Garage #2, 1801 N. Senate Blvd.

For cancer patients:
Valet parking, IU Health Methodist Hospital Noyes Pavilion (18th St. and Capitol Ave.)


VALET (Cancer Patients)

Complimentary valet parking is available for cancer patients coming to IU Health Methodist Hospital for treatment. Valet parking is located at 18th St. and Capitol Ave.


Garages #1 and #4:

  • Up to 30 minutes - No charge
  • Up to 2 hours - $2.00
  • 2-3 hours - $3.00
  • 3-4 hours - $4.00
  • 4-24 hours - $5.00
  • 24-hour patient family pass - $5.00
  • 30-day patient family pass - $30.00

Garage #2:

  • Up to 30 minutes - No charge
  • 31 minutes-1 hour - $2.00
  • 1-2 hours - $3.00
  • 2-3 hours - $4.00
  • 3-24 hours - $5.00
  • No 24-hour passes
  • No 30-day passes


30-Day Pass

Family members and visitors who have a loved one staying at IU Health Methodist Hospital for a longer period of time may purchase a 30-Day Pass at either Garage #1 or Garage #4 from any of the parking attendants. The 30-Day Pass is $30.00 and allows the purchaser to enter and exit the garages as many times per day as they need to for 30 days. The 30-Day Pass can be used at both Garage #1 and Garage #4.

Financial Assistance

If you are unable to pay for parking, please talk to your nurse about receiving assistance through a social worker.