Green Commuting

Green Commuter parking is an initiative to encourage staff to use alternative transport such as public transport, cycling or walking to work. It is only available to staff who work on a full-time basis and who live outside a 5km radius of the QEIIMC site. Green Commuter parking entitles you to onsite parking a maximum of 2 weekdays per week, plus weekends and public holidays. Please note Green Commuter parking is limited and subject to availability.

Please see the Green Commuter and Carpooling Parking Guidelines for more information, or the Parking Application section to apply for a Green Commuter parking permit.

PLEASE NOTE: There are currently restrictions on Green Commuter parking as we have reached capacity.

Carpooling

If you are interested in carpooling to work at the QEII Medical Centre campus and are seeking a buddy, please answer the questions below to be added to our register.

In the form below there is an opportunity to opt in or out of having your anonymous details included in this Public Carpooler Register.

To contact TravelSmart with any questions or concerns please email: MCTravelSmart@health.wa.gov.au.

Carpooling FAQ

Carpooling is when two or more people share a car and travel together. It allows people to benefit from the convenience of the car whilst alleviating the associated problems of congestion and pollution and number of cars on site.

For the full Carpooling and Green Commuter guidelines, please click here.

Carpooling saves you money – travelling with others enables you to reduce your transport costs significantly. It reduces the number of vehicles on the roads – resulting in less congestion, less pollution and fewer parking problems. It gives employees more transport options. Parking fees can also be shared. Staff members holding a valid Carpooler permit are also able to park onsite.

If you have a Carpooling partner/s and would like to start Carpooling please apply online for your parking permit and select the Carpooling option in your parking application.

If you have no partner, sign on to our Carpooling Register, and we will try to find a suitable match. Once you have submitted the form, your details will be added to the master register and the public register (if selected). TravelSmart staff will check the Master Carpooling Register for any potential matches and contact you if one is found. You can also check the Public Carpooling Register for potential matches. A button linking to the register can be found to the left of this FAQ.

If you have found a potential carpooling buddy from this list please email TravelSmart with the ID number: MCTravelSmart@health.wa.gov.au.

If there is someone that matches your requirements on the Master Carpooler Register, we will contact you. You will also have the opportunity to pick your own potential partners using the Public Carpooler Register. This will allow you, with your own local route planning knowledge and understanding of your flexibility to see links and connections to suburbs that our department may not be aware of.

There is an opportunity to opt out while completing the Carpooling Register Form.

You will not be notified of changes to the Public Carpooler Register so please keep checking back. You may be emailed once or twice a year to confirm your details or if the register has undergone a major change.

  1. Look for matches on the Public Carpooling Register. You will be able to check the public register on the QEIIMC website for other applicants who may have a compatible location and working hours.
  2. Contact TravelSmart with a potential match. If you find a potential match contact: MCTravelSmart@health.wa.gov.au and state the identifying number of the person you would like to contact.
  3. TravelSmart will gain consent to exchange details. TravelSmart will confirm with the other party that they would like to exchange contact details based on your public details.
  4. Contact details exchanged between potential carpooling partners. If agreed, TravelSmart will pass on contact details to both parties (you may request a preference of phone or email only).
  5. Get chatting. TravelSmart does not assist beyond this point. Arrangements must be discussed and made between the potential carpooling partners so go ahead and say ‘hello’!

Your privacy is our priority – we will request permission from both parties before providing identifiable information or contact details. Once you receive the details of your prospective partner, it is up to you to contact them and make arrangements to begin carpooling.

Carpooling

Registration Form





Transport Options

Parking

If you intend to drive to the QEIIMC, there are drop-off bay areas and places to park.

Bus

Public transport can be a quick and convenient option when travelling to the QEIIMC.

Taxi

Taxi ranks are located in the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Piazza and at the front of E Block.

Cycle

Bike racks are located across the QEIIMC and staff may be eligible to hire a push bike or e-bike.

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SMOKE FREE QEIIMC

The Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre (QEIIMC) is a smoke-free environment and aims to encourage healthier lifestyle choices for its visitors, patients, staff and the wider community who share the QEIIMC premises and facilities.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

We wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Wadjuk (Perth region) people of the Nyoongar nation and their Elders past, present and future. The QEIIMC acknowledges and respects their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

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