Interpreter Services & International Patients
Please let us know if you will need an interpreter for your appointments at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA). We can arrange for specially trained medical interpreters for patients who do not speak English. If you are not a citizen or resident of the United States, you will be charged for these services. If you have questions, call (206) 288-6419.
Other Resources for International Patients
People come to SCCA from all over the world to receive cancer treatment. They come seeking the best medical care for their disease. And they come to have access to the most advanced methods of cancer treatment, many based on research conducted by world-renowned physicians at SCCA’s parent organizations: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s. Many international patients come to Seattle seeking a bone marrow transplant, the life-saving procedure that was pioneered at the Hutchinson Center.
Here are resources that may help international patients seeking treatment at SCCA:
- Making an appointment
- Travel & transportation
- Financial assistance resources
- Schools & childcare
- SCCA amenities
To make an appointment at SCCA, call the Patient Intake Office, at (206) 288-SCCA (7222).