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Introduction of Three Hour Parking Limits in Public Zones at RGH

Wednesday 22 July, 2015

Source: Southern Adelaide Local Health Network

Introduction of Three Hour Parking Limits in Public Zones at RGH

A three hour parking limit will be introduced in public car park zones at Repatriation General Hospital from 1 September 2015 to provide more car parking for patients, veterans and visitors at the hospital.

Patients, veterans and visitors will still be able to park for free at the Repat site and permits will be available for those who need to park for longer than three hours.

The three hour limit has been introduced following an audit which showed that staff and students were parking in patient and visitor zones and not in the allocated staff areas.

Any staff or students who do not currently have a permit to park on the Repat site should contact RGH Car Parking Officer Paul Blood on 8275 1015 or email

Prior to 1 September, Paul will be visiting areas to inform staff about the permit process for patients, veterans and visitors. Staff are welcome to contact Paul to make an appointment to visit their area.

A frequently asked questions document has been developed and can be viewed here – Fact sheet RGH car parking from 1 September

A map detailing staff car parking areas at RGH can be viewed here – RGH_parking_map_JUN2015_STAFF,  with car parks 1, 3 and 7 being staff only and car parks 2 and 5 being shared between staff and the public.

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