Exit Genesee Avenue and head east (away from the ocean). Continue through several traffic lights and turn right onto Campus Point Drive. At the next traffic light, turn left. Turn left again at the next stop sign onto Medical Center Drive and the Shiley Eye Institute will be on your right.
Exit at La Jolla Village Drive/Miramar Road. Turn west onto La Jolla Village Drive (towards UTC Shopping Center). Turn right onto Genesee Avenue. Continue through several lights and turn left at Campus Point Drive. At the next traffic light, turn left. Turn left again at the next stop sign onto Medical Center Drive and the Shiley Eye Institute will be on your right.
Passengers of the MTS Trolley can take the Blue Line and exit at the UC San Diego Health La Jolla stop. Walk 4 minutes towards Medical Center Drive to arrive at the main entrance of the Shiley Eye Institute.
The shuttle service area connects the UC San Diego Health La Jolla trolley station with the La Jolla Medical Center, operating on weekdays, 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. There is a stop in front of the main entrance of the Shiley Eye Institute.
Self-parking is available in the parking lot across from the Shiley Eye Institute (P760), as well as in the Athena Parking Structure in the numbered Patient/Visitor parking spaces. Rate is $5 for half-day (up to four hours) and $10 for full day parking (longer than four hours). The machines accept credit card or cash (exact bills required $1 or $5 only and the machine does not give change).
Note your parking space number and pay at the pay stations using cash or credit card before you check in for your appointment. You do NOT need to display your ticket on your dashboard. $10 parking allows you in-and-out privileges for 24 hours. Simply park in any visitor spot when you return and display the ticket on the dashboard of your car.
With a disabled placard, parking is free in any patient or visitor spot.
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