There are four parking meters reserved for Hall Health Center patients at the south end, lower level of the N-16 lot of the Padelford Parking Garage; these can be used for up to an hour for appointments or visiting at Hall Health. The hourly rate for parking in the metered spaces is $3.00. Quarters, dimes, and nickels are accepted, but not credit or Husky cards. To use these meters you DO NOT need to stop at a UW parking gate house.
The closest parking lots to Hall Health Center for able-bodied patients are in the Padelford Parking Garage (Lots N-18, N-20, and N-21) located north of Hall Health Center. Please be aware that parking in the Padelford Parking Garage will require taking an escalator uphill or walking upstairs to the main entrance of Hall Health Center that is located on Stevens Way. You may ask for a parking permit and directions to the Padelford Parking Garage from the gatehouse traffic guide.
All visitors to the campus who require non-metered parking must stop at one of the parking gates located at one of the entrances:
A $15.00 parking fee ($5.00 after 5 p.m.) is required upon entering the campus, some of which may be refundable when you leave (depending on length of time spent on campus). Stop at a gatehouse as you exit campus for a prorated refund if you parked on campus for less than 4 hours. Cash and Visa/Mastercard payments are accepted. Prorated refunds are available whether payment is made with cash or Visa/Mastercard. More information about daily parking permits and prorated refunds can be found at UW Commuting Services.
If you need disability or wheelchair parking, please inform the gatehouse traffic guide. If you are pregnant, accompanied by small children, or disabled in any way, you may ask to be directed to the N-22 parking lot located across the street (Stevens Way) from Hall Health Center.
Additional information about getting to UW, parking, and maps are available through UW Commuting Services.
When you enter Hall Health Center via the main entrance (on the 1st floor), the Patient Services Center (registration and check-in) will be on your right. All patients must check in at the Patient Services Center for every visit.
If you prefer to snooze, sightsee or read on the way, you can travel to the clinic by Metro bus; there are 19 bus routes that stop a block away from our building. Use King County Metro's Trip Planner to determine which bus to take.