New Traffic-Parking Procedures at Central Baptist Hospital

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 1/15/2012 9:42 pm
Effective Monday, January 16, there will be a new traffic pattern and new parking procedures on Central Baptist Hospital's main campus on Nicholasville Road in Lexington.

The front of Building E, the building straight ahead when turning into the main entrance, will be a construction site.

The valet parking staging area that had previously been located in front of Building E, will now be on the second level of the east parking garage.

Those who wish to valet park will have two options.  After turning into the main entrance:

  1. Take an immediate left and follow the road to the east parking garage.  Proceed to the 2nd floor, where valet parking staff will be available.
  2. Take an immediate right for valet parking in front of the 1760 building.
Patients and visitors who wish to self-park may still do so in the south parking garage, accessible by making an immediate right at the main entrance and following the road to the south parking garage's entrance.

For more information about Central Baptist Hospital's expansion and construction advisories, visit the CBH blog at
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