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Parking Alert: Valley Medical Center Construction

By Proliance Orthopedic Associates on

Attention patients and visitors: Valley Medical Center’s Renton campus will be undergoing construction through 2018 while they expand the North Parking Garage and build a new medical office building. This will impact parking for patients and visitors.

If you have an appointment at VMC’s Renton campus, we recommend you consult our online parking map before you arrive and bring a copy of it with you. This will help you find the most convenient place to access the campus and find parking while avoiding construction as much as possible.

Construction on the garage will begin February 2017, while work on the building will commence in late 2017. During this period, access to the parking lot parallel to Talbot Road (Lot A on the map) will be reduced. The North Garage will remain open, with occasional floor closures, and the South Tower Garage will not be impacted. Self-parking is free throughout the campus, and valet parking is only $2.00.

For hospital appointments, surgery, admitting, Radiation Oncology or the ER, you may:

  • Valet park at the hospital’s main entry
  • Park in the South Tower Garage
  • Use lot next to the hospital

For Medical Arts Center (MAC), you may:

  • Park in the North Garage

For Talbot Professional Center, you may:

  • Valet park by the Center’s entrance
  • Park in the North Garage

For Valley Professional Center, you may:

  • Park in Lot A

For Northwest Pavilion appointments, you may:

  • Valet park by the Pavilion’s entrance
  • Park in the West Parking Lot (Lot D on the map)

If you need extra assistance traveling to or from your car, please contact the Main information desk for our Volunteer Shuttle Service: 425.229.3440, ext. 5191.

Thank you for your patience throughout this process. We look forward to our new facilities and being able to better serve our community and patients.

Proliance’s orthopedic doctors are credentialed to perform surgery at VMC. POA’s orthopedic surgeons in Covington, Renton, and Maple Valley specialize in procedures from knee arthroscopies to ACL surgery and can help find the surgical or non-surgical option best for you. Visit one of our Eastside orthopedic clinics today to get back to an active, healthy life.

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4011 Talbot Rd S #300
Renton, WA 98055

Phone: 425.656.5060
Fax: 425.656.5047

COVINGTON

27005 168th Pl SE #201
Covington, WA 98042

Phone: 253.630.3660
Fax: 253.631.1591

Maple Valley

24060 SE Kent Kangley Rd,
Maple Valley, WA 98038

Phone: 425.358.7708
Fax: 425.656.5047

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