A comforting stress-free experience: For patients and visitors alike.
The process of finding a parking space in a sizable facility can be stressful for anyone. This is especially true for a hospital’s patients and visitors: who typically have weightier, more consuming issues on their minds.
The installation of a camera based Park Assist® smart-sensor system for parking guidance is an economical way to elevate the customer experience, to manage the complex ebb-and-flow of multiple user groups, and to further differentiate your brand in today’s highly competitive healthcare services environment.
Easing the process of entering and departing.
Keeping clinical schedules on track.
Park Assist’s next-generation guidance features are a distinct customer benefit for both outpatients and visitors.
Upon arrival, our advanced wayfinding signage and smart-sensor cameras combine to direct parkers quickly to open spaces. This reduces time-to-park as much as 44%*, substantially lowers harmful CO2 emissions throughout the facility, and helps clinical areas to avoid the snowball effect of late patient arrivals.
Upon exit, our exclusive Park Finder™ feature helps distracted patients/visitors to easily locate their vehicles. Thanks to our integrated License Plate Recognition (LPR), this valuable software extension enables returning parkers to find the exact location of their vehicles upon exit by simply typing in the license plate number at a touchscreen kiosk or on a smartphone app – and/or when inserting a parking ticket at a pay station.
Alerting you when protocols are violated.
Keeping track of who’s going in and out.
An ongoing challenge for hospitals is the daily management of parking policies for doctors, nurses and staff. Our Park Alerts™ software extension uses LPR to automatically monitor who’s parking where in your facility — sending instant alerts when violations occur. This helps ensure various user groups are parking in their assigned areas, while enabling the core system to maintain a complete inventory of parked vehicles for security purposes.
Key Extensions for Healthcare Facilities
* According to an ARUP study commissioned by Park Assist for the 2,513-space parking facility at Westfield Century City Shopping Centre in Los Angeles. Comparative data was recorded one month before and one month after the installation of a Park Assist camera based smart-sensor system.