Patient Library and Welcome Center

Meet the Experts

An update from Moffitt Cancer Center regarding COVID-19
Moffitt Cancer Center continues to monitor the latest information related to the COVID-19 virus. Out of an abundance of caution, the Patient and Family Welcome Centers at the Magnolia and McKinley campuses will be closed until further notice. We encourage you to click on the links below to view our patient orientation videos. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have any questions, please call 813-745-4710 or email

A hub for information, support and hospitality

All are welcome to visit the Patient Library & Welcome Center for a comfortable place to relax, unwind and enjoy complimentary coffee and snacks. The Patient Library & Welcome Center provides easy-to-understand educational materials to help you communicate with your health care team and participate in decisions about your care. Staff and volunteers will assist you by answering your questions and helping you find books, pamphlets and brochures on:

  • Specific disease and treatment options
  • Coping, caregiving and survivorship
  • Communicating with your health care team
  • Nutrition and integrative medicine
  • Moffitt’s supportive services and programs 

Hours of Operation

Open Weekdays  8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.


Moffitt Cancer Center on the USF Tampa campus
Muriel Rothman Clinic Building
Elevator B
2nd Floor 
Gold Valet

Contact Us or 813-745-4710

Meet The Experts

All are welcome to attend 30 minute informational sessions given by Moffitt staff members on weekdays at 10 a.m. Topics include:

  • Nutrition Tips
  • Helpful Tips for Caregivers
  • Stress Management
  • Tools to Quit Tobacco
  • Understanding Radiology
  • Understanding your Lab Work

Visit for a complete listing. No registration is required.

Pamphlets and Brochures

Browse the selection of free pamphlets and brochures from a variety of credible sources, including the American Cancer Society, the National Comprehensive Cancer Network and the National Cancer Institute.

Lending Library

Books and DVDs are available for reference or check-out for up to two weeks.

Personalized Information Searches

Staff and volunteers will provide you with easy- to- understand pamphlets, fact sheets or journal articles to help answer your questions and increase your understanding.

American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) Resource Corner

Computers/Print/Copy/Fax/ Phone Service at no charge

Phone service and computers with high-speed internet and printing capability are available for personal use. Staff will copy and fax your documents.

Additional Programing and Information offered through the Patient Library & Welcome Center