Visitor Information

Patient and Family Support

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Resource and Education Center

Visiting hours are 9 a.m. - 9 p.m., seven days a week, with some exceptions.

The number of visitors in your room is limited to two per patient at any time.

Children under age 10 may visit patient rooms under special circumstances. There should be only one child in a room at a time. To spend more time with children, you may use the solarium on your nursing floor.

If someone has a cold, sore throat, infectious disease or fever, they should not visit any patient room as cancer patients may be prone to catching an illness.

Fox Chase is a Smoke-Free Campus

All Fox Chase Cancer Center buildings are smoke-free. Please respect our smoke-free policy. 

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Parking

Fox Chase Cancer Center 
333 Cottman Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111-2497
All parking on the Fox Chase campus is free. Patients may choose to park in the West Garage, East Garage, or in several open-air lots.

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Meals and Snacks

Meals and snacks available in the cafeteria (located in the Center Building), and at the Coffee Cart (located in the Prevention Pavilion) open Monday through Friday. The Terrace Cafe, behind the Outpatient entrance, is open seven days a week.

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Karen's Korner Gift Shop

Karen’s Korner gift shop carries gifts, cards, stamps, jewelry and other items. The shop is located on the first floor of the Cancer Prevention Pavilion and is open Monday to Friday, 9 am.-5 pm. Proceeds from shop sales go to patient care at Fox Chase through the Friends of the Hospital of Fox Chase Cancer Center.

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Wireless Access

Wireless internet service is available throughout the Fox Chase Cancer Center campus. There is an open connection for patients and other visitors. No registration or password is required.

In your laptop's list of available wireless connections, choose FCCCguest.

Resource and Education Center (REC)

The Patient and Family Resource Center offers a range of printed materials about cancer as well as a computerized "cancer help kiosk" and a knowledgable staff. 

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