Parking spaces are very limited, however. Out of consideration for those who need to travel to the hospital using their own car, we strongly urge those who are able to do so to use public transport.
The largest patient car parks are underneath the main building (Sentralblokka), by the hospital park and by the Women's Clinic (Kvinneklinikken). There are designated disabled parking spaces in all car parks.
There are three charging stations for electric cars in the car park in the main hospital building (Sentralblokka). You will find the charging stations after the security barrier on the south side.
08.00–17.00 NOK 10 for 20 minutes (or part thereof). Maximum NOK 210 in a 24-hour period.
17.00–21.00 NOK 10 for 30 minutes (or part thereof).
21.00–08.00 NOK 5 per hour (or part thereof). Maximum NOK 40 for an overnight stay.
Next-of-kin parking card NOK 350 per week or 7 entries/exits.
You can pay by cash or card at the ticket machines. The car parks are staffed 24 hours a day. Illegally parked vehicles will be fined and may be towed away at the owner's expense.
Some car users do not have to pay for parking. They are blood donors, patients with exemption cards and volunteer visitors.
Some patients may be reimbursed for the cost of using their own car when attending treatment if they need to travel by car for health reasons or if there is no public transport available. You can obtain more information about reimbursement of the cost of using your own car by visiting the Pasientreiser website or by calling 05515.
Long-term patients and next-of kin
If a patient is admitted to hospital for seven days or longer, the patient / next-of-kin may purchase a 1-week or 2-week parking card at a cost of NOK 350 per week. One patient may purchase up to three cards at a time. The department where the patient is admitted must provide certification on a separate form.