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Patient & Family

At Moffitt Cancer Center, we take a patient and family-centered approach to cancer treatment. We are committed to the health and safety of our patients and their families above all else. This means more than developing individualized treatment plans and providing expert cancer care for our patients – it also means that our clinical and supportive care teams view our patients and their families as partners, ensuring that they are always heard and able to take an active role in their own care.

To speak with someone at Moffitt Cancer Center or request a visit, call 1-888-663-3488 or fill out a new patient registration form.

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Moffitt Virtual Visits

Our patients can receive top-notch, Moffitt-quality care without leaving the comfort of home.

Diagnostic Services

We offer screening and prevention services for individuals who haven’t yet received a cancer diagnosis.

Preparing for Your First Appointment

You've made your first appointment, find out what to expect next.

Insurance & Financial Information

Things can happen that are unexpected so it's important to have the right health insurance coverage.

Patient & Family Services

We are committed to your well-being by treating the full range of needs, whether they are physical, spiritual or emotional.

Lodging

Moffitt has partnered with several nearby hotels to provide accommodations for our patients.

Preparing for Your Surgery

We know surgery can be a difficult time. Protecting our patients’ well-being and privacy are priorities for us.

Preparing for Your Hospitalization

It's normal to feel anxious about being hospitalized so knowing what to expect can alleviate fears.

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International Referral Services

We understand that coming to a different country with a cancer diagnosis can be difficult.

COMMUNITY OF COURAGE

STORIES TO INSPIRE YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH CANCER