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Make Clarke Street car park your car park of first choice

Make Clarke Street car park, your car park of first choice when coming to Tauranga Hospital


Clarke Street car park should be the car park of first choice for patients and visitors coming to Tauranga Hospital.

Bay of Plenty DHB CEO Phil Cammish want patients and visitors to try Clarke Street first rather than driving round and round the Cameron Road car park. There is a lift which connects the car park to the hospital and is available for those who can’t climb the staircase.

Clarke Street car park can be accessed from either 17th or 20th Avenues, and always has empty spaces so is a good first choice for patients and visitors, Mr Cammish says.

There has been a delay in starting earthworks to put a Lamson tube system underground across the Tauranga Hospital carpark, linking the hospital to the new Pathlab building on the 17th Avenue side of the hospital campus.

The first phase of earthworks, across the main entrance to Tauranga Hospital, has been delayed to Thursday 15 October, resulting in a finishing date of Sunday 18 October. This work will be done overnight (8.15pm to 6.00am) to reduce disruption for patients and visitors. During daylight hours the entrance will be back to the usual two lanes.

The digging, laying and filling work will then journey across the campus, parallel to Cameron Road towards 17th Avenue and will take until mid-November to complete.

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