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At Moffitt Cancer Center, we are committed to treating the full range of our patients' needs.

Patient and Family Orientation

Patients and family members are invited to attend. Learn how to:

  • Use our programs and services
  • Partner with your care team
  • Find your way around Moffitt

Attendees receive a free microfiber briefcase with Moffitt resources and organizational tools. For more information call 813-745-2963 (English) or 813-745-7618 (Español) or email orientation@moffitt.org.

Click here to reserve your place at Patient and Family Orientation.

 

Patient Relations

Concerns & Complaints: If your care team has not resolved your concerns, we want to hear from you.     
Complaints and Input: If you would like a department, staff member or doctor recognized, or if you have suggestions for improving the patient experience please let us know.

Email: patientinput@moffitt.org

Call: 813-745-3808 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

 

Fertility Preservation

Cancer treatments such as surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy may negatively affect a patient’s ability to have a child. This means some cancer patients may be sterile or infertile after treatment. It is important that patients think about their desire for children in the future because there are options to possibly preserve fertility. These must be discussed before treatment has begun. A Reproductive Endocrinologist from the University of South Florida (USF) is available to consult with patients about their fertility preservation options. A new patient consultation will most often be a discussion only, though sometimes lab work may be ordered or a brief ultrasound examination. Female patients will be seen in the Center for Women’s Oncology, and male patients will be seen in the Genitourinary Clinic. Most treatments, if elected, will take place at the USF Clinic. You or your health care provider may call the USF Center For Fertility Preservation at 813-974-1192.

Survivorship Clinic and Program

For those patients who have ended acute treatment, the Survivorship Clinic provides coordination with primary care providers and surveillance for recurrences or new cancers, monitoring for long term side-effects from the cancer or its treatment, including physical, emotional and social concerns with a refocus on wellness. For more information, please contact the Psychosocial and Palliative Care office at 813-745-8407.

Medical Records Requests

Please fax medical records requests to 813-449-8001.

 
 
 
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