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Cancer is a complex disease, and for many patients, the cancer journey is just as complex, often requiring multiple doctor visits, treatments, medications, follow-ups and other logistical details to navigate. At Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), we know you have a lot to keep track of—from appointments to test results, bills to prescriptions. That’s why we offer multiple ways to help you manage your schedules and treatment plans, striving to make it easy for you to reach the people you need. Before, during and after treatment, scheduling an appointment is often just a phone call away. And with the myCTCA portal, getting information and managing schedules is at your fingertips. This is all part of the Mother Standard® of care, our commitment to treating our patients like we’d want our own families to be treated.

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Patient portal: The myCTCA patient portal is a web-based tool designed to allow you to access your medical records, lab results, prescriptions and more. With the myCTCA portal, you also can read doctor bios, get information about your cancer type, manage appointments and pay bills.

Learn more about the myCTCA portal

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Scheduling: Keeping to treatment and consultation schedules is one of the most important aspects of the cancer journey. At CTCA, we try to make it as easy as possible for you to manage your appointments. That’s why we work with you to tailor your schedules to your needs and treatment goals.

Learn more about scheduling

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Hospital information: At CTCA, we know how important it is for you to reach the right people with questions or concerns about treatments or services. Many of our services and departments can be reached directly, and, if not, the operators at our hospitals’ main switchboards are trained to connect you and your families and caregivers to the right number whenever possible.

Get key contact information for our hospitals

Still not finding the right person or department? Contact us by email.

If you need emergency medical assistance, dial 911.