Vehicles and people with a work or education affiliation with OHSU must have a permit to park on campus or receive approved coverage.
This includes but is not limited to employees, students, contractors, vendors, volunteers, translators, job applicants, student applicants, and people visiting for meetings, classes and lectures.
OHSU is pay to park, 8am to 5pm weekdays for all parking not specifically for a personal healthcare appointment. Certain areas are restricted or pay to park 24/7.
Parking in patient parking is free up to 30 minutes before and after the patient appointment.
If you are working on campus before or after the appointment, the vehicle will need to be removed from patient parking and parked in a permit stall where a permit will be required. You will need to pay for a parking permit and park in a non-patient area.
There are three ways to obtain patient parking coverage on Marquam Hill
- OHSU employees can log a Patient Parking reservation on MyCommute (recommended). View instructions to reserve a patient parking here.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Leave a voicemail at: 503-494-8283
For both email and phone coverage, please provide:
- The name of the OHSU member associated with the vehicle
- License plate number and state
- Date(s) of coverage
People who work at OHSU and must stay later than 8am on weekdays, when parking is pay to park, should call Transportation and Parking (503-494-8283) for coverage before 8am. Before 7am, please leave a message with the license plate, name of person, OHSU email and reason for coverage ("held over" is sufficient for reason).
ONA and AFSCME employees are covered, free, until noon. Employees affiliated with neither union may also be covered but must submit a form of payment at a later time. Pay due balances here.
Scheduled held over
This service covers unscheduled held over incidents only. For scheduled shifts that go past 8am, park in a paystation area and pay for the hours of coverage needed.
For example, if you park at 11pm and are working until 10am, purchase 2 hours when you park and this coverage will roll over to the morning.
If the person seeking coverage will be a multiday inpatient or on extended leave, such as maternity, all coverage may be provided at once. This service can only be provided if the vehicle will not be intermittently used for work or school during the leave.
Parking coverage for appointments is also sometimes known as the Do Not Ticket Log.