Where do we go on treatment day?
UNC Women’s Hospital | Building | The Women’s Hospital is located in the UNC Hospitals complex at 101 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. The entrance is between the Children’s Hospital and the Cancer Center.
Where is there to park?
Public parking is available in the Dogwood Parking Deck (across from the hospital) and the Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) on Mason Farm Road at a cost of $1.50 per hour or a fraction thereof, to a maximum of $10 to park your vehicle for a full day.
The Medical Center and ACC lots offer a convenient shuttle service between the parking decks and hospitals. Those parking in either lot can take advantage of the free shuttle or bus to and from the Medical Center to the ACC.
Valet Parking is available to all patients and visitors to any of the Hospitals at the Medical Center.
5:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m., Mon.- Fri.
$12 per day Valet coupons can be purchased from the Valet Cashier and come in books of five at a cost of $55 per book.
Valet Stations are located the following places:
Emergency Room main entrance
** In front of the N.C. Children’s Hospital **
Manning Level of the Cancer Hospital
Handicapped Parking is available for up to four hours in any of the Handicapped Parking spaces located directly in front of the Memorial Hospital entrance. Additional handicapped spaces are located in the Dogwood Parking Deck. Handicapped-accessible shuttles service these spaces. If you need assistance from the parking deck, please contact the attendant via the call box phones.
For questions and information on Hospital parking options and longer term options, please call (984) 974-1031 for more information.
Where do I find you if I’m picking you up in the afternoon?
Gynecologic Oncology Infusion Room | Room | I’ll be in the infusion room on the first floor of the Women’s Hospital. Enter through the revolving door on the ground floor and take the escalator on the left to the first floor. Travel around to Clinic D | Gynecologic Oncology. Let one of the nurses know you are there for someone in the infusion room and they can point you in the right direction (it’s down the hall on the right).
My Doctor, Paola A. Gehrig, MD, Division Director heads the Gyn-Oncology Program at UNC Women’s Hospital. Her division is part of the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center that is one of only 40 National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers.