San Francisco VA Health Care System
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve parking congestion and put a smile back on our patients’ faces, we are pleased to announce a new service: Free Valet Parking for patients. This service is available from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (except federal holidays).
How does it work? The valet station is located in front of the new patient parking garage (Bldg. 212). Patients should drive up to the entrance and present their vehicle keys to the attendant, who will park your vehicle for you. You will receive a claim ticket to present to the valet operator to retrieve your vehicle at the end of your visit. To ensure that only patients utilize this service, the attendant may ask patients to show their Veterans identification card. Disabled patients and patients unable to walk the short distance to the Medical Center entrance may request a free escorted ride in our patient transport golf cart.
To retrieve your vehicle, present your claim ticket to the valet attendant by 5:30 p.m. After 5:30 p.m., vehicles will be relocated outside of the parking garage to “Parking Lot B” and keys may be retrieved from SFVAMC Police located in Bldg. 203, ground floor.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who may use the valet service? This service is for Veteran patients.
Where will the valet service park my car? Vehicles will be parked in the new patient parking garage, Bldg. 212. All parked vehicles will be locked and the keys securely stored.
Who will monitor vehicles parked by the valet service? This service is operated by J & J Telecom. The vendor will carefully monitor the vehicles it parks.
How much does it cost? Am I expected to tip? This is a FREE service to our patients, and tipping is not expected nor allowed.
Who is responsible in the event of damages to my vehicle while parked by the valet service? This service is operated by J & J Telecom.
The San Francisco VA Medical Center offers several transportation options for eligible Veterans and employees. The learn more about these options click here.