LAZ Parking Implements Successful Transition of Parking Services Management at the World’s Largest Medical City Texas Medical Center

April 25, 2019

LAZ Parking has successfully implemented its long-term parking management services contract with Texas Medical Center, the largest medical complex in the world. In a transition process which started in the Spring of 2018, LAZ Parking is operating all of the center’s owned and leased parking facilities, which includes 30,000 parking spaces spread over 19 garages and 20 surface lots.

Texas Medical Center, located on a 2.1-square-mile campus south of downtown Houston, houses hospitals, research facilities, academic institutions, nursing programs, pharmacy schools and a dental school.

“We are honored to be the chosen parking provider for Texas Medical Center and improve the parking experience of their patients, visitors and employees,” stated Alan Lazowski, Chairman and CEO of LAZ Parking. “Being the first and last contact for people visiting the center is a huge responsibility that the LAZ team takes very seriously, and we will remain committed to bringing best-in-class customer service to all who use the parking system.  

With decades of experience at over 50 healthcare clients nationwide, LAZ brings its unique knowledge and expertise to deliver specialized services to Texas Medical Center. Value-based thinking, process-driven programs and analytics back up LAZ’s culture of compassionate care.

“For patients who come to the Texas Medical Center seeking world-class care, it was important for us to partner with providers that share our vision for innovative solutions to help solve our parking and mobility needs,” said Shawn W. Cloonan, chief operating officer of Texas Medical Center. “That’s exactly why we chose LAZ Parking to modernize our facilities to ensure the best experience for our patients, visitors and employees.”


LAZ Parking is providing Texas Medical Center with streamlined, user-friendly parking using real-time data provided by their technological partner FlashParking. FlashParking’s operations team has deployed various new technological updates to the Texas Medical Center parking facilities, making it quicker and easier for employees and visitors to park.


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