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Parking Updates at POA

By Proliance Orthopedic Associates on

Valley Medical Center is celebrating a new era in patient care with their new medical office building set to house a comprehensive Cancer Center, an innovative surgical program and expanded access to specialists. During construction, lot parking parallel to Talbot Road (Lot A) will be greatly reduced for at least six months. In the meantime, the North Garage will remain open, with intermittent floor closures and the South Tower Garage will be unaffected. To better serve our patients and visitors, all parking on campus will remain free, including valet parking, available in three locations. We apologize for this inconvenience!

March 2018 Update: Construction crews will be working on the north campus road over the next few weeks to connect utilities to the new Medical Office Building currently under construction east of the Talbot Professional Center. This work will require the road to be reduced to a single lane (at times) with flaggers and to be fully closed during select weekends. Starting on Monday, March 19, construction crews will also be closing the sidewalk that connects the north campus road to the front entrance of Talbot for a three-week period. Visitors will still be able to access Talbot via the patient drop-off/pick-up zone or via the skybridge or the rear Talbot entry. Additional way-finding signage will be in place to direct visitors into Talbot via the skybridge and the rear Talbot entry.

Avoiding Construction when Entering Campus: If you drive east up the hill on 180th/South 43rd Street and your appointment is in the Medical Arts Center, Valley Professional Center, Talbot Professional Center, Olympic Building or Northwest Pavilion, we recommend you turn right onto Davis Ave. S and drive through the tunnel on the right to enter the hospital campus. If you’re driving west on SE Carr Road: take the first right after Talbot Road. The road behind the hospital loops around making it easy to get to the Olympic Building/Northwest Pavilion or enter the North Garage, avoiding the majority of the construction obstacles.

Places to Park For hospital appointments, surgery, admitting, Radiation Oncology or the Emergency Department:

  • Valet park M – F, 5 am – 5 pm at hospital main entry.
  • Park in the underground South Tower Garage.
  • Use lot next to hospital.

For Medical Arts Center (MAC), please park in the North Garage.

For Talbot Professional Center:

  • Valet park M – F, 7 am – 7 pm for free at Talbot building east entrance.
  • Park in the North Garage.
  • Park in lot east of building.

For Valley Professional Center, please park in Lot A.

For Northwest Pavilion appointments:

  • Valet park M – F, 8 am – 5 pm for free at Northwest Pavilion entrance.
  • Use the west parking lot (Lot D),

Volunteer Shuttle Service: If you need extra help getting to or from your car, call the Main Information desk at 425.228.3440, ext. 5191: Valley’s free, on-campus, volunteer-operated, shuttle service is available weekdays, 8 am – 4 pm.

Please feel free to reach out with any questions about the above parking updates. If you have questions about joint surgery, including knee replacement and hip replacement, or our other services including lumbar spine surgeryknee arthroscopy and more, please contact Proliance Orthopedic Associates today!

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4011 Talbot Rd S #300
Renton, WA 98055

Phone: 425.656.5060
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27005 168th Pl SE #201
Covington, WA 98042

Phone: 253.630.3660
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Maple Valley, WA 98038

Phone: 425.358.7708
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