We understand the importance of reaching the people you want, when you want. Here you will find a directory of key phone numbers listed by department and facility.
offers free interpretation for patients and caregivers whose first language is not English. Please call 626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 62282, to reach the Clinical Social Work office.
Preparing for Clinical Appointments
We place a strong emphasis on well-being and convenience. From extended open hours to psychological, physical and spiritual services, our clinics provide a wide range of support for patients and families.
It is reassuring to know what to bring for an in-patient stay – and what to leave at home. Here we list essentials to make your stay comfortable.
Amenities large and small go a long way to create positive healing environments for patients and their loved ones. Whether it’s in-room DVD players or free, online access, City of Hope strives to make your visit with us as comfortable as possible.
Oftentimes, the emotional well-being of our patients depends on the steady love and presence of family and friends. We strongly encourage visits and strive to make them as welcoming as possible.
Your Safety and Security
We are committed to providing a safe and secure place for our patients, staff and visitors. While emergencies are extremely rare, it is important to know what to do, who to call and where to go in case one occurs.
Patient Rights and Responsibilities
From receiving kind and respectful care, to making informed decisions about treatments, patients have many rights at City of Hope – and we encourage you to know them.
Whether it is a special in-room meal made to order, or a bistro sandwich enjoyed in one of cafes, food at City of Hope nourishes both body and spirit.
Patient and Family Housing
City of Hope is one of the few medical centers in the nation to offer patients and their caregivers on-site temporary housing throughout their treatment.
Local Hotels and Points of Interest
We have compiled a list of local hotels, as well as places of interest patients and families might wish to visit, both on campus and in neighboring communities.