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- Visiting Hours
11 am - 8 pm (COVID)
Visiting hours may be adjusted based on the patient's needs or wishes.
- Emergency Services
The emergency and trauma center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Labor and Delivery
Open 24 hours a day. From 5 am - 9 pm, enter through Women’s Center entrance. Go to Labor and Delivery on 2nd floor. At night, use the keypad outside to call Labor and Delivery.
- Cafeteria Hours
Open daily 6:30 am - 8 pm
Breakfast: 6:30 am - 10 am*
Lunch: 10:30 am - 2:30 pm*
Dinner: 5 pm - 7:30 pm*
*Grill not open Sat, Sun or holidays
- Coffee cart
- Gift shop
- Healing garden
- Spiritual care
- Valet parking (may be unavailable due to COVID)
- Chapel or meditation room
- Pet therapy
- Paid parking (cash and credit)
Located just off I-5 on Genesee Avenue, Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla has served the greater San Diego community since 1924. Nearly 100 years later we continue to provide some of the region’s most distinguished care, including several nationally ranked specialty programs.
Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla is open and safe. Visitor restrictions are in effect and face masks are required. If you have symptoms of COVID-19, call 888-261-8431 first.
Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla shares a campus with many physician offices and medical buildings, including the Barbey Family Emergency and Trauma Center, the renowned Prebys Cardiovascular Institute and Scripps Clinic’s John R. Anderson V Medical Pavilion.
We’re also home to notable specialty programs, including cancer care, heart surgery, orthopedic surgery, labor and delivery services (including a Level III neonatal intensive care unit) and a nationally designated Comprehensive Stroke Center.
See a complete list of services offered at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla.
Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla is located on a busy medical campus. Below you’ll find tips to make your visit as seamless as possible.
Scripps La Jolla’s main entrance is on Genesee Avenue, between I-5 and Campus Point Drive. Once you enter our driveway, follow the signs to your destination. Download and print our campus map. (PDF, 1.6 MB)
We offer paid parking in several locations throughout the campus:
- Underground Parking Structure A, located beneath the main hospital (9888 building)
- Parking Structures B, located next to Ximed Medical Center (9850 building)
- Parking Structure D, connected by bridge to Anderson Medical Pavilion (9898 building)
- Limited, open-air parking for emergency room patients and visitors in front of the Barbey Family Emergency and Trauma Center
Scripps La Jolla charges for parking after 30 minutes. We also offer valet parking for an additional fee (may be unavailable due to COVID). Our rates are as follows:
- First 30 minutes: Free
- 31 minutes to 3 hours: $4
- Each additional hour after 3 hours: $1
- Maximum per day: $10
- Valet parking: Additional $5 (may be unavailable due to COVID)
Parking for disabled visitors and clergy is free. Visitors with disabilities can receive validation from a valet attendant, or at the information desk after valet hours. Clergy can receive validation from the administrative office.
Parking fees must be paid using our self-pay kiosks. They accept all payment types (cash, debit and credit cards) and are conveniently located throughout the campus:
- In front of the main hospital entrance (9888 building), near the fountain
- In the elevator lobby within Parking Structure B
- Inside Parking Structure D
If you prefer to pay with cash, an ATM is located on the lower level of Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla (near the elevators).
General hospital visiting times are 11 am – 8 pm (modified hours due to COVID), but may be adjusted based on the patient’s needs or wishes. Learn more about our hospital visitation policy, including guidelines for children and service animals.
If you’re from out-of-town or traveling from another country, we're here to help plan your visit and support you during your stay.