Transportation & Parking
Gannett Health Services is located on Cornell's central campus. Most of our visitors find Gannett within comfortable walking distance.
If you need a ride, you have several options:
Ambulance: In an emergency, call 911 or the Cornell University Police (607 255-1111). An ambulance will take you to the Cayuga Medical Center Emergency Department.
Bus: Current bus routes and schedules are posted on the TCAT website. Bus routes that go by Gannett include:
- Cornell Campus Routes: 83, 84, 85, 86, 92, 93
- TCAT Routes: 10, 12, 20, 21, 31, 37, 43, 52, 53, 65
Taxi: If you need a taxi, call 607 277-7777 or 607 588-8888. You can bursar-bill your taxi ride to Gannett or any other health care facility: just tell the driver you are going for health care services and show your student ID card. (A wheelchair-accessible taxi is available.)
Car/Parking: Gannett has limited parking available for patients and clients (SEE MAP BELOW). Parking is managed by Transportation Services, and is $3/hour (plus a $.35 transaction fee) through Parkmobile. Don't have a SmartPhone to access Parkmobile online? You can call 877-727-5730 (877 PARK 730) and pay over the phone. If you need a phone, please come inside to the 1st-floor Cashier's desk.
In effect Summer 2016 – Summer 2017:
We can help! Gannett will provide advice and assistance to any student who needs to arrange transportation to Gannett, to a Gannett-referred provider, or to Cayuga Medical Center for emergency care. Call us 24/7 at 607 255-5155.
Our accessible entrance can be found beneath our building underpass, off
of Campus Road (see map, above). There are two accessible (handicapped) Parkmobile
parking spaces by that entrance. An elevator provides access to all
areas of the facility. Learn more about resources to address accessibility and disability-related concerns.
Temporary Disability Assistance
If a you have a temporary disability for which transportation assistance is necessary in order to fulfill your academic requirements, Student Disability Services (SDS) can help. A Gannett nurse can help you make the connection.