Parking and Transportation

Parking and transportation information is provided based on the location of your cancer care and treatment.

Below is a listing of locations with the respective parking and transportation options available.

Winship Cancer Institute (Clifton campus)

We encourage patients and guests to use either the valet services or the Emory Patient Parking Deck, located behind Winship and the Emory Clinics. Parking is also available at the Emory University Hospital Tower.

Valet parking: Access is available from either the front entrance on Uppergate Drive (1st floor) or back entrance (Plaza level) next to Emory Clinic A off Clifton Drive. Valet service is $8.00 daily and is available Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Cash or check accepted.

Hourly and long term parking: Covered parking is available in the Lowergate East parking deck with access available from Lowergate Drive behind Winship Cancer Institute and Emory Clinic B. Once parked, entrance to Winship Cancer Institute from the hourly parking deck is accessible via the pedestrian bridge. Optional covered parking is also available in the Lowergate West parking deck under the new Emory University Hospital Tower.

Depending on your length of stay, costs vary from free for the first half hour to up to $12.00 for 7+ hours. Weekly parking passes are available at $40.00 for 5 days. Cash, credit or debit card, or check accepted. Contact the Emory Parking Office with any questions at (404) 727-7275.

Public transportation: MARTA, Atlanta's mass transit system operates several bus lines accessing either Winship Cancer Institute or Emory University Hospital. The Emory campus is accessible from the Lindbergh MARTA station, and from the Inman Park station via the #6-Emory bus, or from the Arts Center station and the Avondale station on the #36-North Decatur bus. Also, the #245 "Blue Flyer" Kensington/Emory express bus serves Emory from the Lindbergh and Kensington stations. Contact MARTA at (404) 848-4711 or visit their website for more information.

Emory campus transportation: Emory University provides additional options for on campus parking, shuttle service and public transportation. Visit the Emory University Transportation and Parking Services website for more information.

Complimentary transportation: The American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program provides transportation to and from treatment for people who have cancer and do not have a ride or are unable to drive themselves. Volunteer drivers donate their time and the use of their cars so that patients can receive the life-saving treatments they need. Call 1 (800) ACS-2345, or visit the Road to Recovery website, about availability in your community.

Emory University Hospital Midtown

Emory University Hospital Midtown has two patient parking lots, the Linden Parking Lot and the Visitor's Parking Deck. Visit the Emory University Hospital Midtown website for more detailed information and a map.

Emory Johns Creek Hospital

Parking at Emory Johns Creek Hospital is free. Visit the Emory Johns Creek Hospital website for more detailed information and a map.

Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital

Valet parking and parking decks are available for a fee. MARTA access is available. Visit the Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital website for more detailed information.

Emory Decatur Hospital

Valet parking and parking decks are available for a fee. MARTA access is available. Visit the Emory Decatur Hospital website for more detailed information.

Emory Proton Therapy Center

Complimentary valet parking is available for patients and caregivers. Covered parking is also available. Access to the MARTA North Avenue Station is two blocks away. Visit the Emory Proton Therapy Center website for more detailed information.

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