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|Central Hospital Women's Outpatient Clinic||Mon-Fri||7:30-19:00|
Visitors and patients can park their vehicles, for a fee, in the designated car park with barriers (free of charge for up to 20 minutes) or without barriers indicated on the map.
Disabled vehicles can park free of charge in designated areas.
Car park for visitors and patients
Access to the car park
Juhkentali car park
The car park behind the Eye Clinic (Block C) is accessible from Juhkentali Street.
Emergency care car park
The car park on the extension of Ravi Street can be accessed via Ravi Street. This car park is intended primarily for patients seeking emergency care. Parking here is for a charge and can be paid via mobile payment. In addition, parking is free of charge for 15 minutes in marked spaces (for dropping off and picking up patients with reduced mobility) provided that a parking clock is used.
Car park in front of block B
Vehicles can enter the car park in front of the Women’s Clinic (Block B)/Eye Clinic (Block C) through the intersection of Hospitali Street and Ravi Street.
Area behind block B
Parking behind the Women’s Clinic (B-block) is only available to patients seeking emergency care at the Women’s Clinic, including women coming in to give birth.
How to pay for parking
Before leaving the car park, enter the parking ticket in the ticket machine. There are three parking ticket machines. You can pay for parking with cash (coins and paper notes) as well as by card. Specific instructions can be found on the parking ticket machine. Once the payment is made, the machine will return the ticket to you. As you drive out of the car park, insert the ticket into the barrier terminal.
- Visitors can park free of charge for 20 minutes on site at Ravi 18.
- After that, a fee of €0.5 applies for every 20-minute period commenced. A day pass (24 h) costs €9.
- Parking fees apply 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Free parking for the disabled
- Disabled persons and people accompanying them can park free of charge at the Ravi Unit provided that they have an appropriate parking card. The card must be placed in a visible spot on the dashboard.
- The ticket from the barrier terminal must be presented at the front desk for validation with a document certifying disability before leaving the premises.
- There are 14 parking spaces marked for disabled people in the Ravi 18 area.
- There are two parking spaces for disabled to the left of the entrance to the Women’s Clinic (Block B).
- There is one parking space behind the Women’s Clinic, by the front desk entrance.
- There is one parking space behind the Eye Clinic (Block C)
- There are six parking spaces in front of the Eye Clinic (Block C)
- There are four parking spaces in front of the entry to emergency care/the Eye Clinic (Block C)
Free parking when coming in to give birth
Parking is free of charge near the front desk area for patients coming in to give birth at the Women’s Clinic. Women coming in to give birth are issued a respective permit at the front desk, allowing them to park in that area free of charge for 24 hours.
- The parking permit must include the registration number of the car and the driver’s contact phone number. The permit must be placed in a visible spot on the dashboard.
- The parking ticket from the barrier terminal must be presented at the front desk again before leaving the car park in order to validate it.
Parking information and customer support is provided on the helpline of AS Ühisteenused 651 1515 or via e-mail parkimine [at] yhisteenused.ee
- From 7 October 2022 it is forbidden to visit patients. You can only visit such a patient in critical condition if you have the doctor's special permission. The maximum duration of such a visit is 15 minutes. Only one visitor per patient at a time. The visitor must wear a protective mask while in the hospital rooms, also during the actual meeting with the patient.