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Dana-Farber's parking garage is open weekdays from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and during clinic hours on weekends and holidays. The garage entrance is on Jimmy Fund Way. See maps.
You can enter Dana-Farber's parking garage to self-park, valet park, or drop off a patient. You will not be charged for parking if you are only dropping someone off and then leaving.
Take a ticket from the automated machine as you enter the parking garage. Keep this ticket with you, because you will need to have it validated when you check in for your appointment. You will also need it when you pay for parking (or when you exit the garage at no charge after dropping off a patient).
After you enter the parking ramp, turn right if you want to use valet parking or drop someone off. Turn left to self-park. There is no additional charge for valet parking.
Dana-Farber parking garage rates for patients are:
If you have a financial hardship, please talk with your care coordinator about parking fees.
Bring your parking ticket with you to your clinic appointment. Staff there will validate your ticket so that you receive the patient parking rate.
If you forget to validate your parking ticket at your clinic, or if you are admitted to the Dana-Farber Inpatient Hospital (within Brigham and Women's Hospital), you can have your ticket validated by Security at the information desk on the first floor of Dana-Farber's Yawkey Center for Cancer Care.
To receive the patient parking rate, your parking ticket must be validated before you pay at the self-pay parking kiosks or cashier.
After you've had your parking ticket validated and you are ready to leave, you can pay for parking at these locations:
Be sure to keep your paid ticket. You will need it when you exit the garage.
Need help getting into the building?
If you need a wheelchair or other help getting into the building, parking attendants and security officers are available to help during clinic hours. Parking staff can also help with flat tires, dead batteries, and assistance with locating towing services.
If you have general questions about resources for people with disabilities or need an accommodation, call an ADA coordinator at Dana-Farber at 617-582-7100. If you have a hearing impairment, use the Massachusetts TDD/TTY relay line at 800-439-0183.
All lower floors of the Dana-Farber parking garage can accommodate most cars, trucks, and vans (with vehicle heights up to 6 feet 8 inches). If you have an oversized vehicle (up to 8 feet 2 inches), turn right at the bottom of the entrance ramp and ask for assistance at the level P1 valet area. The height limit to enter the garage is 8 feet 2 inches.
If you have questions about parking at Dana-Farber, please call our General Services department during business hours at 617-632-3134.