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Valet parking changes due to COVID-19

North Hospital Goodwin

Valet parking for all VCU Health facilities on the MCV Campus is temporarily closed in order to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 infection.  

For patients of VCU Massey Cancer Center’s clinics in North Hospital, valet attendants will be available Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., to assist with patient arrival and departure.

Massey patients coming for outpatient appointments, radiation treatments or infusion treatments should come to the North Hospital entrance at 1300 E. Marshall Street where they will be greeted by a valet representative.  

Massey patients who are not driving can be dropped off in front of North Hospital. Care partners will be present to direct patients to their appointments and provide wheelchairs and escort them, if needed. Visitors accompanying cancer patients will be directed to park in the nearby Goodwin Research Laboratory parking garage. Valet staff will be available in the deck to direct visitors from the parking garage to the lobby of the Goodwin Research Laboratory, where visitors may wait for the patient.

Massey patients driving themselves will be directed to park in the nearby Goodwin Research Laboratory parking garage. Valet staff will be available in the deck to assist patients with wheelchairs, if needed, and to direct them from the parking garage to the entrance of North Hospital and to their appointment.

Upon entrance, all patients and visitors will undergo screening for COVID-19 and cancer patients will be provided with a facemask.

When finished with their appointment, Massey patients will be escorted back to their cars in the Goodwin garage or to the front of North Hospital for their accompanying visitors to pick them up.

For all other appointments at VCU Medical Center, patients should proceed to the visitor parking deck at 550 N 12th Street. If assistance is needed, team members will be present to escort patients to their appointments.  

Written by: Massey Communications Office

Posted on: April 7, 2020

Category: Covid-19 news