Advisory: Give yourself extra time when travelling by car to Toronto General Hospital, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, or Toronto Rehab University Centre. City of Toronto construction on University Ave. may cause delays.
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Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Princess Margaret does not have its own parking lot. However, several public parking lots are available close by, on Murray Street (directly behind the hospital). Frequent patients, families, and visitors are also eligible for discounted parking rates at UHN's lot at 201 Elizabeth Street, behind Toronto General.
Toronto General (TGH)
201 Elizabeth Street, M5G 2C4
Parking is available across from the hospital, in a lot that can be accessed from Elizabeth Street. The parking lot is always open. We accept cash, Visa and Mastercard.
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Toronto Western (TWH)
Parking is available in the Bathurst Street/Nassau Street surface lot (enter off Nassau). Please note that this lot will be CLOSED effective October 20, 2023. There is also parking in the Leonard Avenue (enter off Leonard) lots. Limited street parking is available beside the Emergency entrance along Dundas Street. The parking lots are always open. We accept cash, Visa and Mastercard.
Bathurst Street/Nassau Street parking lot (CLOSED as of October 20, 2023):
399 Bathurst Street, M5T 2S8
Leonard Avenue parking lot:
53 Leonard Avenue, M5T 2S8
Toronto Rehab - Bickle Centre
130 Dunn Avenue, M6K 2R7
Paid parking is available on-site. Limited street parking is available on Dunn and Close avenues.
150 Dunn Avenue, M6K 2R7
Toronto Rehab - Lyndhurst Centre
520 Sutherland Drive, M4G 3V9
Limited paid parking is available on-site.
Toronto Rehab - Rumsey Centre
Rumsey Centre - Cardiac - 347 Rumsey Road, M4G 1R7
Rumsey Centre - Neuro - 345 Rumsey Road, M4G 1R7
Toronto Rehab - University Centre
Toronto Rehab - University Centre does not have its own parking lot. However, several public parking lots are available close by, on Murray Street (directly behind the hospital). Frequent patients, families, and visitors are also eligible for discounted parking rates at UHN's lot at 201 Elizabeth Street, behind Toronto General.
Feedback forms are available in our parking offices.
UHN offers frequent patients, families, and visitors discounted parking & passes at Toronto General and Toronto Western lots. Frequent patients, families and visitors of Princess Margaret and Toronto Rehab - University Centre are also eligible for discounted rates in these lots.
Passes include the following:
Parking lot revenues support patient care activities at our hospitals.
Passes are available to purchase Monday - Friday.
Visit the information desk at Toronto Western (across from Shoppers Drug Mart) and Toronto General (Elizabeth Street entrance).
When exiting the hospital, pick up your pass from the parking office.
On January 18, 2016, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care announced a new provincial parking directive that makes parking more affordable for patients, their families and visitors who visit the hospital on a regular basis.
Effective October 3, 2016, hospital-owned parking lots that charge more than $10 a day for parking are required to offer patients, their families and visitors, 5-day, 10-day and 30-day passes, at a discount of 50% off the daily maximum rate.