From Interstate 285:
Take the U.S. Highway 78 West exit (#39A). Turn left at the second traffic light, which is DeKalb Industrial Way, and right onto North Decatur Road. Follow North Decatur Road past the DeKalb Medical campus to the intersection of North Decatur and Church Street. Take a left onto Church Street. Travel approximately 2 miles until you reach Commerce Drive. Take a left on Commerce Drive and then a right onto N. Candler Street at the next intersection. Turn left into the parking lot across the street from the hospital.
From Downtown Atlanta:
From Peachtree Street, turn onto Ponce de Leon Avenue/U.S. Highway 29/78/278. Travel east on Ponce de Leon Avenue for approximately 4.2 miles. From Ponce de Leon Avenue, turn left onto Scott Boulevard/U.S. Highway 23. Travel on Scott Boulevard for approximately 2 miles. From Scott Boulevard, turn right onto North Decatur Road. Travel on North Decatur Road for approximately half a mile to the intersection of North Decatur Road and Church Street. Take a right onto Church Street. Travel approximately 2 miles until you reach Commerce Drive. Take a left on Commerce Drive and then a right onto N. Candler Street at the next intersection. Turn left into the parking lot across the street from the hospital.
Parking is free at the First United Methodist Church on N. Candler Street across from the hospital. However, to park there you will need a parking pass, which can be obtained at the front desk on the second floor. Check in for Outpatient Rehabilitation Services is also completed at the front desk. Please note the signs in the lot directing you where to park (ﬁrst five rows).
You may also park in the parking deck. However, because it is not owned or operated by the hospital, you will have to pay to park there. Handicap parking is available in the deck, but please have your permit visible.
The doors at the ground ﬂoor entrance (Candler Street) are locked from 6:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. daily and on weekends for security reasons. Please enter the facility at the front door during those times.