Located just northeast of Los Angeles, City of Hope bridges innovative science with compassionate patient care. Here, stretched across more than 100 acres in the City of Duarte, lushly landscaped gardens and open spaces surround our leading-edge medical, education and research facilities.
General visiting hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
“Primary visitors” – typically the patient’s closest family or friends – will receive wristbands allowing for 24-hour visitation. Please note that – for the patient's health, safety and well-being – staff may request visitors to leave the patient room and wait in the visitor lounges, located near the elevators on each floor of the hospital.
You may stop at the kiosk at the beginning of the main entrance driveway for directions to the closest self-park lot. Valet parking is available at the main entrance and at City of Hope Helford Clinical Research Hospital. Free tram service is also available at designated locations Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Family and friends are always welcome and encouraged to visit patients during their stay at City of Hope. Find out what you need to know about patient and family services available at our Duarte campus
Visit Why Choose City of Hope to learn more about our institutional distinctions.
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Using our expertise in numerous diseases, as well as an array of world-class technologies and services, City of Hope cares for patients from prevention through treatment, from screening through rehabilitation and survivorship.
Clinical trials – research studies that involve volunteer patients – are a crucial component to developing new, more effective treatments that save lives. Many of today’s standard therapies are based on the results of previous trials, some of which were initiated at City of Hope.
View a list of insurance companies with which City of Hope currently contracts for the Duarte Campus location. Even if your plan is included, check with your insurance company to make sure you are covered. Your insurance company/medical group will tell you if you need any authorizations.