Treatment

We’re Here for You

As part of our commitment to the region, Siteman Cancer Center is still providing access to its cancer services at our main campus and satellite facilities.

Designed with the unique needs of cancer patients as the focus, our specialized team of Washington University physicians, works together with our nurses and other specialists, to provide individualized, multidisciplinary patient care, including innovative clinical trials.

Contact us if you are newly diagnosed with cancer or would like to talk to one of our Washington University oncology specialists about your cancer care.

Safety Precautions

The safety of our patients, their families and our staff remains our top priority. Our facilities, which remain open to serve patients across the region, have enacted these policies during the pandemic:

  • All patients, visitors and staff must wear face masks. Patients and guests who have their own masks are asked to wear them in, so we can conserve supplies for others.
  • Each patient is limited to one guest, age 16 or older. Guests are not allowed in treatment areas. They will be asked to leave campus and return after the patient’s treatment ends, or to wait in their vehicles. If that isn’t possible, they may stay in the waiting room, at least six feet from others.
  • Our facilities undergo constant cleaning, including all surfaces in treatment areas and common areas (lobbies, registration desks, restrooms, waiting rooms, etc.).

If your treatment allows, and you would prefer, visiting with your care provider by phone or videoconference call is possible through a telehealth appointment.