Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital

Directions & Parking

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital is located at 650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley.

 

Visitors who are non DoD card holders must obtain a Riley Access Pass at the Visitor Control Center located outside Henry Gate, just off Interstate-70, Exit 301.

 

Non DoD card holders are required to furnish a driver’s license. In order to comply with federal Real ID Act standards Fort Riley requires additional identification for visitors with a driver’s license from Minnesota, Missouri and Washington.

 

 

Parking Structure

 

The three-level parking structure provides convenient access to outpatient clinics and services. More than 500 parking spaces are available for patients and visitors.

 

Handicap spaces are on the top deck. Eight stalls are signed for expectant mothers.

 

Circulating stairs and elevator are located along the northwest side of the structure.

 

A covered skybridge is located at the top level of the structure. Patients with strollers or wheelchairs should take the elevator to Level 2 (P2) for access to the skybridge.

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital

650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley

 

From Ogden

 

  • Take East Riley Avenue southwest through Ogden.
  • Enter Fort Riley through Ogden Gate.
  • Follow Huebner Road about 5 miles.
  • Bear right on the third roundabout.
  • Take the entrance boulevard to the top deck of the parking structure.

 

  • Enter Fort Riley through Henry Gate.
  • Take Henry Drive to Dickman Avenue.
  • Follow Dickman Avenue to Huebner Road.
  • Turn right to Huebner Road.
  • Bear left at the first roundabout.
  • Take the entrance boulevard to the top deck of the parking structure.
  • Enter Fort Riley through Trooper Gate.
  • Follow Trooper Drive to McCormick Road.
  • Turn right on McCormick Road.
  • Follow McCormick Road through an underpass to a stoplight.
  • Turn left onto Huebner Road.
  • Stay on Huebner Road for about 3 miles.
  • Bear left at the first roundabout.
  • Take the entrance boulevard to the top deck of the parking structure.

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital
Irwin Army Community Hospital

Directions & Parking

 

From Ogden

  • Take East Riley Avenue southwest through Ogden.
  • Enter Fort Riley through Ogden Gate.
  • Follow Huebner Road about 5 miles.
  • Bear right on the third roundabout.
  • Take the entrance boulevard to the top deck of the parking structure.

 

  • Enter Fort Riley through Henry Gate.
  • Take Henry Drive to Dickman Avenue.
  • Follow Dickman Avenue to Huebner Road.
  • Turn right to Huebner Road.
  • Bear left at the first roundabout.
  • Take the entrance boulevard to the top deck of the parking structure.
  • Enter Fort Riley through Trooper Gate.
  • Follow Trooper Drive to McCormick Road.
  • Turn right on McCormick Road.
  • Follow McCormick Road through an underpass to a stoplight.
  • Turn left onto Huebner Road.
  • Stay on Huebner Road for about 3 miles.
  • Bear left at the first roundabout.
  • Take the entrance boulevard to the top deck of the parking structure.

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital is located at 650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley.

 

Visitors who are non DoD card holders must obtain a Riley Access Pass at the Visitor Control Center located outside Henry Gate, just off Interstate-70, Exit 301.

 

Non DoD card holders are required to furnish a driver’s license. In order to comply with federal Real ID Act standards Fort Riley may require additional identification for some visitors. For the latest information on requirements to enter Fort Riley, go to the Installation Access page.

 

Parking Structure

 

The three-level parking structure provides convenient access to outpatient clinics and services. More than 500 parking spaces are available for patients and visitors.

 

Handicap spaces are on the top deck. Eight stalls are signed for expectant mothers.

 

Circulating stairs and elevator are located along the northwest side of the structure.

 

A covered skybridge is located at the top level of the structure. Patients with strollers or wheelchairs should take the elevator to Level 2 (P2) for access to the skybridge.