Campus Gasthuisberg
Campus Gasthuisberg

Table of Contents

  1. Address
  2. Direction
  3. Parking
  4. Wheelchairs


  • UZ Leuven Gasthuisberg campus
    Herestraat 49
    3000 Leuven
  • Tel. +32 16 33 22 11
  • Contact us


Directions to UZ Leuven campus Gasthuisberg.


Where and how to park?

Patients and visitors can park in the open-air car park and in the car park buildings at the front of Gasthuisberg campus.

Disabled parking

There are reserved disabled spaces on level 0 of the car park building. You can find these spaces by following the blue signs. On this level, between the two car park buildings, is the glass walkway that leads to the hospital, without any slopes, steps or lifts. Wheelchairs are available in the glass walkway.


Do not leave your ticket in your car, because when you return from the hospital you will need to pay before you go to your car. You can find the payment machines at the end of the glass walkway, just in front of the entrance to the car park. The machine will provide you with a receipt if you press the indicated button after paying. If you do not have the right coins or notes, you can change banknotes in the change machine in the foyer.

Dropping off and picking up patients

Patients or visitors with impaired mobility can be dropped off or picked up at the main entrance to the hospital. To do this, you must stop for a moment where the security guard sits in the porter’s lodge; he will raise the barrier for you. Parking or waiting at the main entrance is not allowed. After the passengers have got in or out of the car, the driver must drive on immediately so as not to hold up the traffic. If you are driving and have impaired mobility, you can ask for assistance from a security guard. Mention this to the internal security service when you reach the barrier.


Wheelchairs are available from reception in the foyer and in the glass walkway between the car park buildings and the hospital.

Luggage trolleys are also provided, for which you need a coin. Please be sure always to return the wheelchairs to reception.