Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Parking is free to patients and visitors.

Where to Park

Park for free at the Centerview Parking Garage or valet park at the main Medical Center entrance.

Valet parking

Valet parking is available at the main hospital entrance for patients and visitors for a nominal fee per vehicle. Those with a disabled designated vehicle may valet park at no charge. Valet parking is available from 5 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. After 9:30 p.m., your keys will be available at the main information desk. The Centerview Parking Garage is also available for all patients to park and walk to the hospital.

Valet parking is also available at 30 Hope Drive and University Physician Center for outpatient appointments. Just drive right up to Entrance B of 30 Hope Drive or to Door 4 of the University Physician Center and hand your keys to one of our valets. This free service is available from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Find Your Way Around Campus

Our detailed maps help you navigate to the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, the Centerview Parking Garage, or any other location on the Medical Center campus.

  • Google Map Centerview Parking Garage
    • Campus map (PDF): shows major roads and buildings, including the Children’s Hospital and the Centerview Parking Garage, where most patients and visitors park.
    • Campus map (PDF Spanish): muestra las principales carreteras y edificios, incluyendo el Hospital Infantil y el Garaje Centerview, donde la mayoría de los pacientes y los visitantes del parque

View Interactive Google Map

Free Shuttles

Our free shuttles make it easy to get around campus once you’re here. Learn more about our shuttles.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

If you drive your electric vehicle (EV) to the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine campus, you can charge up with us. Four charging stations are available on the first floor of the Westview Parking Garage, near the University Conference Center. 

See the campus map for the location.

Please move your vehicle at your earliest convenience once it is finished charging so the charging station is available to others who need it. You may not use any other electrical outlet on campus to charge your vehicle.

How to charge your vehicle

Penn State Health has partnered with ChargePoint to install these EV charging stations.

Start your charge three ways:

  1. Tap your phone on the station while signed in to the ChargePoint app.
  2. Tap your ChargePoint card on the station.
  3. Tap the orange “Start Charge” button on the station details page of the mobile app.

See instructions on how to charge your vehicle.

EV charging fee

You can use tap-to-pay credit or debit cards or digital wallets like Apple Pay or Google Pay. You cannot pay onsite with cash or an older, non-contactless-style credit card. ChargePoint requires a payment method to be entered during the app setup.

  • EV charging fee: $1 per hour
  • ChargePoint Customer Support: 1-888-758-4389