How to get to The Neuro

The main entrance of The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) is at 3801 University Street, located north of Pine Avenue. Cars or taxis may drive up to the main entrance and drop off passengers. See the MNH floorplan.

Parking is available in the P1 lot (located on Pine Ave. just west of University Ave. at the former Royal Victoria Hospital main entrance).

Public transportation to get to The Neuro

People may be dropped off/picked up at the hospital main entrance on University Ave. Vehicles must then either park in the parking lot or leave the premises. All entrances, exits and roads must be free of vehicles for safety and security reasons. The City of Montreal is permitted to issue parking tickets for vehicles illegally parked.

Handicap entrances are north of the main entrance on University Street, or through the ambulance entrance at the rear of the hospital. In addition, there are eight (8) handicapped parking spots available at the Neuro Emergency Department entrance, just south of the main entrance.

Parking rates*

All hospital location parking rates are the same with the exception of the Lachine Hospital. Discounted parking packages are offered to lessen the financial impact of frequent visits.

Rates change every April 1st according to a fee schedule established by the Government of Quebec.

Less than 2 hours Free
2-4 hours $6.25
4-24 hours $10.25
7 days $47.00
30 days $94.**

A frequent user is an out-patient who frequently visits the hospital by car for their appointments or treatments a minimum of ten (10) times per month.

7 days $23.50
30 days $47.00
Flexi 10 visits $30.00
auto payment

By debit card or credit card
Customer service parking office

 
gates

By credit card or cash
Barrier gate at exit (hourly parking only)

information

Office C4-46
In the former Royal Victoria Hospital
Access via 3rd floor bridge of the Neuro

514 934-1934, 34625

OPEN

Monday to Thursday
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The Neuro's passes can be purchased at the parking customer service desk office 162.

*These parking rates do not apply to staff nor its physicians.

**Certain conditions apply.

Where does parking money go?

Where does parking money go? As per government directives, our parking lots and services are self-financed. Parking revenues are used to repay the cost of construction, maintenance, staffing, etc. Any excess revenues go into the hospital operating budget in order to support patient care, including the purchase of hospital equipment, etc.

 

Public transportation to get to The Neuro

The nearest metro station is McGill on the green line, which is located at the corner of University Street and de Maisonneuve Boulevard. It will take you approximately 20 minutes to walk from the McGill Metro station to the main entrance of the hospital.

  • Bus 144. Exit at the stop on Pine Avenue and University Street.
  • Bus 535 at Parc Avenue and Prince Arthur Street.
  • Bus 107 at Pine Avenue and Doctor Penfield Street.
  • Bus 24 at Sherbrooke Street and University Street.

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