Parking Instructions

Patients may be dropped off or picked up at the main entrance 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 security officers and cameras.

Indiana University Health University Hospital is located next to a busy college campus, so you may need extra time to travel at certain times of the day.

PARKING FEES & PAYMENT

VALET

For a small fee, valet parking is an easy and convenient alternative to parking your own car. Valet parking is $5 per vehicle per day, and is available Monday through Friday from 7 am to 6 pm at the following locations.

IU Health University Hospital

  • Adult Outpatient Center at IU Health University Hospital  (University Boulevard Entrance)

Indiana University Health Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center

  • Michigan Street entrance (1030 W. Michigan St.)
  • Barnhill Drive entrance (535 Barnhill Drive)

When you are ready to retrieve your vehicle, simply call our valet attendants and they will pull your car up at the entrance drive where you dropped it off.

GARAGES

There are two convenient parking garages available for patients and visitors for a small fee.

The Adult Outpatient Center Garage at IU Health University Hospital and IUPUI’s Vermont Street garage are now fully automated. All parking fees will be accepted through Automated Pay Stations (APS). The APS machines are located in the garages. Cash, credit card and IUPUI issued validations can be used for payment. For any issues or questions, call 317.274.4232. Please note, the Simon Family Tower garage is NOT included in this change.

Tips for using the APS system:
Take an entry ticket when entering the garage. Do not bend, damage or lose the ticket. When leaving the hospital, look for signs that point to APS machines. Insert the ticket into the APS machine. (The APS accepts cash, credit cards and IUPUI parking validation cards.) Pay the amount shown. The machine will validate and return your ticket. Use the ticket at the exit station to exit the garage.

In addition to paying at an APS station, payment can also be made at an “Exit Terminal” located at each exit. Credit cards and IUPUI parking validation cards are accepted at the exit terminals. Note: Cash is not accepted at the exit terminals.

Adult Outpatient Center Garage at IU Health University Hospital

Located on the northeast corner of the hospital next to the IU Health University Hospital main entrance on University Blvd, this garage serves all outpatients, inpatients and hospital visitors.

  • Up to 1 Hour - $4
  • 1-2 Hours - $5.50
  • 2-3 Hours - $6
  • 3-4 Hours - $7
  • 4-5 Hours - $8
  • 5-6 Hours - $9
  • 6-7 Hours - $10
  • 7-8 Hours - $11
  • 8-9 Hours - $12
  • 9-10 Hours - $13
  • 10-11 Hours - $14
  • 11-12 Hours - $15
  • 12 to 24 Hours - $16
  • Lost Garage Ticket - $16
  • Hamilton Machine (Law School) - $6
  • One Day Guest Permits - $13
  • Meters - $0.75/Hour

IUPUIā€™s Vermont Street Garage

Located on Vermont Street, one street south of Michigan Street, this garage serves all outpatients, inpatients and hospital visitors.

  • Up to 1 Hour - $4
  • 1-2 Hours - $5.50
  • 2-3 Hours - $6
  • 3-4 Hours - $7
  • 4-5 Hours - $8
  • 5-6 Hours - $9
  • 6-7 Hours - $10
  • 7-8 Hours - $11
  • 8-9 Hours - $12
  • 9-10 Hours - $13
  • 10-11 Hours - $14
  • 11-12 Hours - $15
  • 12 to 24 Hours - $16
  • Lost Garage Ticket - $16
  • Hamilton Machine (Law School) - $6
  • One Day Guest Permits - $13
  • Meters - $0.75/Hour

DISCOUNTS

Monthly Pass
Family and visitors who have a loved one at IU Health University Hospital for a long-term stay (more than one week) may purchase a long-term monthly pass from the hospital gift shop for a small fee. The long-term monthly pass allows you to park in an outdoor IUPUI “E” lot located near IU Health University Hospital for the remainder of the calendar month.

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