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Patients, families and staff at Logan Hospital can look forward to new and improved car parking with our new eight-level car park on track to open in early 2022.
With data analysis showing 76 per cent of hospital patients and visitors park for two hours or less, most who use the new car park will pay $5.00 or less per visit.
When the project is complete, there will be more than 2000 car parks available on or adjacent to the hospital site—significantly increasing car parking capacity ahead of our major expansion project.
Construction is also underway on an elevated linkway that will provide safe and secure access between the car park and the main hospital buildings.
The car park’s exterior façade was developed and designed in collaboration with local artists and chosen by the local community to ensure it reflected the Logan community. It features a native Banksia tree and represents Logan as a family; bringing together the many people and cultures in Logan who are sharing their journey through life.
As with all hospitals in South East Queensland, Logan Hospital will transition to paid parking across the campus once the car park opens. The purpose of the car parking rates is cost recovery and the hospital will not be making a profit.
The car park will be owned and operated by Logan Hospital, which means every dollar collected from parking rates will come back to the hospital to be used for capital repayments, operations, maintenance and improvements of the car park.
Concessions will be available for people who are experiencing financial hardship, who need to attend hospital frequently, who attend for an extended period of time, or who have special needs and require assistance.
The parking rates will be the same as similar size hospitals in the outer metropolitan area, including Redcliffe Hospital, which opened its new multi-level car park in 2020.
It will always be free to drop off and pick up patients from the hospital by using one of the designated drop-off zones.
For more information, visit the project website.