Discounted Parking at UPMC Presbyterian

The following discounted parking options apply to the UPMC Presbyterian, UPMC Montefiore, and Kaufmann garages. Direct questions or comments to Parking Operations at UPMC Presbyterian at 412-647-3194. Parking Operations is located at 314 Scaife Hall.

Day of Discharge

Patients receive free parking on their day of discharge.
Day-of-discharge validation stickers are available from the main information desk at UPMC Presbyterian or UPMC Montefiore.

Emergency Department Visits

Patients who are treated in the Emergency Department can receive free parking by requesting a validation sticker from the Emergency Department security officer.

Outpatient Parking

Patients who park in a UPMC garage are eligible for the following flat parking fee for up to 24 hours:

  • Self-parking $5
  • Valet parking $8

To receive this discount, show your parking ticket at our treatment location or at the main information desk at UPMC Presbyterian or UPMC Montefiore.

Family and Visitor Parking — Seven to 24 Hours

Patients’ families and other visitors to patients who park in a UPMC garage for seven to 24 hours are eligible for a flat parking rate. To receive the following discounts, take your parking ticket to the main information desk at UPMC Presbyterian or UPMC Montefiore.

  • Self-parking $8
  • Valet parking $10

Financial Hardship

A discount parking rate is available for patients and their families who qualify under the federal government’s limited income guidelines. Proof of income is required. Call Parking Operations at 412-647-3194 to inquire about this discount.

Long-Term Stays

Family members of patients who are hospitalized for more than 10 consecutive days qualify for a discount parking rate. The discount is effective upon the 11th day of the patient’s stay. Call Parking Operations at 412-647-3194 to inquire about receiving this discount.

UPMC Presbyterian

200 Lothrop St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2582

412-647-2345

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