MountainView Hospital’s second parking structure, featuring six floors, dynamic parking sensors and EV charging stations, has opened, adding an additional 543 parking spots to the medical campus.

The massive garage has three electric vehicle charging stations, red/green light sensors to help find open parking spots and security features such as cameras and phones.

“This much-needed parking garage has been a long-time coming,” said Hiral Patel, MountainView Hospital Chief Executive Officer. “This new garage will help ease parking congestion on our campus and allow for the continued expansion of our services and medical offices to serve our community.”

Hospital members celebrated with a ribbon cutting Monday morning, June 12. Long-time employee, Tracy Benson, Radiology Director, was the first person drive in and to use the new parking garage. Tracy is MountainView Hospital’s most tenured leader; she has been with HCA Healthcare and MountainView for 27 years.

The new parking structure can be accessed directly off Tenaya Way, at the light for MountainView.

The garage includes:

  • 385 pieces of precast steel
  • 8,500 cubic yards of concrete

The first floor of the garage will be reserved for attending physicians, floors 2 and 3 are for visitors, and levels 4-6 will be for employees and the hospital’s Graduate Medical Education program.

Construction of the $20 million structure began in March 2022 to ease parking congestion at MountainView Hospital and its campus.