Your Cancer Care During COVID-19
Effective April 3, 2023, all City of Hope locations in California continue to require masks for patients, visitors and staff in clinical facilities. Please join us in protecting the health and safety of our community.
For patients with upcoming appointments at City of Hope:
- If you have been exposed to COVID-19, have symptoms or are waiting for test results, out of respect for the health of other patients and our care team, please do not come to your appointment in person. Virtual appointments are an option.
- Please do not come to the Evaluation & Treatment Center (ETC) for COVID-19 testing unless specifically directed to do so by your physician or if you are experiencing acute shortness of breath or another medical emergency.
Your health is our highest priority, which is why we urge you to maintain your treatments and appointments during this difficult time.
Learn how we're caring for you and keeping you safe from COVID-19.
Appointments during COVID-19 FAQs
Treatments during COVID-19 FAQs
Patient safety and COVID-19 FAQs
Our COVID-19 tests and pricing FAQs
COVID-19 vaccines and boosters FAQs
We continue to place the safety of our patients, their families and our staff first, especially with regard to current COVID-19 best practices. Everyone is required to wear a mask in clinical areas. If a patient arrives without a mask, we’ll provide one.
View our nonpatient visitor policy
Visitor policy FAQs
Blood donations during COVID-19 FAQs
To support our patients’ emotional needs during the COVID-19 situation, we provide services in psychology, social work, palliative care, physical and occupational therapy, and nutritional and financial counseling.
Living with Cancer Resources
Practical and Financial Resources
Just Breathe: The Benefits of Mindfulness
For more COVID-19 information, such as official guidelines, visit the following resources.
COVID-19: Our Health and Travel Recommendations
COVID-19: LA County Department of Public Health
COVID-19: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
COVID-19: World Health Organization
National Comprehensive Cancer Network COVID-19 Vaccination Guide for People With Cancer
Telehealth offers many ways we can continue to deliver world-class cancer care while minimizing the COVID-19 infection risk to immunocompromised patients and health care professionals.
Our scientists are working around the clock on the development of a COVID-19 vaccine and other research to fight the coronavirus.
Find a Location Near You
In addition to our main campus in Duarte, California, we offer clinical network locations across the United States.