Due to the move of East Tallinn Central Hospital Emergency Medicine Centre at Ravi Street to the temporary campus, there will be changes to the parking arrangement for visitors to the Women’s Clinic.
Since the Emergency Medicine Centre will start operation in the temporary modular building erected on the green area of the East Tallinn Central Hospital unit on Ravi Street, there will be changes to the parking arrangement for visitors to the Women’s Clinic at Ravi 18. As of 7 May 2021, parking will no longer be available in the visitor’s car park in front of the Women’s Clinic. Vehicles can enter the car park to deliver or pick up visitors to the Women’s Clinic. The barriers will open automatically when entering the car park and drivers will not be required to retrieve a parking ticket. However, you will not be permitted to park your car in this area and will have to leave after stopping. The former car park of the Women’s Clinic will be used as a service area for ambulances and this will not leave any room for parking places.
Visitors to the clinic can leave their car in the Juhkentali car park accessible on Juhkentali Street.
The same parking provisions apply in Juhkentali car park as in the car park in front of the Women’s Clinic.
There will still be marked free of charge parking spaces for visitors with special needs who hold a parking card for disabled people.
The new parking arrangements do not apply to women coming to give birth. When coming to give birth, you can park free of charge for 24 hours in the car park behind the maternity hospital, and this car park can also be used when leaving the hospital with your newborn at a later date.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by these changes to the parking arrangements, and thank our visitors for their cooperation.