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Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia is committed to making our facility and services accessible and welcoming to all.
The Olney Transportation Center, located two blocks north on Broad Street, features bus and subway service. It has elevators, providing wheelchair accessibility for passengers traveling on the Broad Street Subway Line. Visitors by bus arriving to Olney Transportation Center have aboveground, wheelchair accessibility. Learn about public transportation options to Olney Center here.
Additionally, SEPTA offers door-to-door transportation for people who cannot use general public transportation. Known as CCT Connect, the program offers ADA paratransit service for individuals with disabilities who are functionally unable to use regular accessible fixed-route bus service. To be eligible for CCT Connect, certain requirements apply. To register, call CCT Customer Service weekdays at (215) 580 7145 or for more information, visit SEPTA CCT Program.
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia offers valet parking and handicapped accessible parking spaces in its parking garages.
Moderately priced valet parking is available at 4 places in Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. More about valet parking locations and rates here.
The Korman Parking Pavilion located on Albert Einstein Drive on the South Campus of the Medical Center is available to patients. Open every day, 24 hours a day, the garage is safe, enclosed, and provides convenient, direct access to the Klein Building.
There are four main entrances to Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia: (3) on Albert Einstein Drive and (1) at Tabor Road and 13th Street. Once inside, all patient care areas can be reached without having to exit the buildings, except for practices located in the Korman Research and Sheerr buildings. All main entrances and restrooms in the hospital are wheelchair-accessible.
Wheelchairs are available at every entrance of the Medical Center, should you need one.
Einstein Medical provides spoken-language interpreters and sign language (ASL) interpreters for patients. For more information, visit Einstein language interpreter services or call language services at 215-456-6055.
Einstein also provides teletypewriter (TTY) machines for hearing-impaired patients. For more information about TTY machines at Einstein, call the telecommunications department at 215.456.6001.
The Medical Center Cafeteria is wheelchair accessible and located next to the elevator on Floor One of the Hackenburg building. Learn more about cafeteria options here.