Parking

Beginning January 1st, NBRHC will be maintaining its flat daily rate of $6 for visitors parking. This one rate means the hourly rate of $3 will no longer be offered.  Monthly parking passes are still available for those eligible, and will also see an increase from $38/month to $50/month.


The NBRHC has introduced a new parking system. The new “Pay on Foot” is easy and convenient to use, and it is similar to systems in use in many organizations. Visitors take a ticket upon entering the lot and then validate the ticket and pay for parking prior to exiting.

Paying for parking as easy as 1 2 3 4!

**this information is subject to change**

Step 1:

Approach the parking gate and take a ticket.  The gate will open and you will be able to enter the parking lot.

Step 2:

Before you can exit the parking lot, you will need to take your parking ticket to one of the pay stations. Three are located in the central Lobby, east end; and one in the central Entrance by the Cafeteria.

Step 3:

At the pay station, insert your parking ticket and pay the amount shown on the screen.

Step 4:

Take your paid parking ticket back to your car, drive to the exit gate, and insert the paid ticket in order to lift the gates.  Alternatively you can insert your credit card at the exit gate and the amount owing will automatically be charged. The system allows for a 20 minute grace period from the time you pay for parking at one of the Pay Stations in the building to the time you exit the parking lot gates. The system also allows for a 15 minute grace period for those who may simply be here to pick up or drop someone off.

Parking Rates

Time Allowance Rate
Daily Maximum 
(24 hours) $6.00
Lost Ticket Pay Daily Maximum

 

Tokens

Tokens will not be in use at the NBRHC in North Bay; however they will be used at NBRHC Kirkwood Place in Sudbury

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there same day in and out privileges?

Yes, for this option please select ‘Day Pass’ located on the Pay Stations.  This pass allows for multiple visits on any given day. For more frequent visits associated with treatment for a chronic condition or if you are routinely visiting a chronic care patient, we recommend the purchase of a Chronic Care pass.

How do I access a Chronic Care pass?

Passes can be purchased from the Cashier located by Switchboard.

What forms of payment are accepted?

The pay stations will accept coins, bills and credit cards. Bank machines are located in the Central Lobby between the pay stations and in the Cafeteria if the use of a debit card is required.

What if I forgot to pay at the pay station?

For those who have forgotten to pay, the exit machine will accept credit cards.

Are there accessible parking spaces?

There are a number of accessible parking spots located within close proximity to the entrance to both the main entrance and Emergency Department.

Parking

Contact:

Protective Services Level 200 (Beside the Main East Entrance)

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Sunday, open 24 hours

Downloads:

North Bay

50 College Drive,
P.O. Box 2500
North Bay, ON
P1B 5A4
Tel: 705-474-8600

Sudbury

680 Kirkwood Drive,
Sudbury, ON
P3E 1X3
Tel: 705-675-9193
Fax: 705-675-6817

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Visitors Guide