If you are coming to Seattle from out of town to receive care at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), you will want to arrange temporary housing as soon as you know your arrival date. SCCA offers several housing options for patients, including the newly opened SCCA House, the Pete Gross House, and for pediatric patients, Seattle’s Ronald McDonald House.
SCCA House serves SCCA patients seeking temporary lodging during treatment. This is a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility that provides a healing environment for those needing a place for a few nights, weeks or even months. There are 80 suites with three different room sizes. The building is conveniently located a few blocks from SCCA. Read details about amenities, rooms and prices.
Pete Gross House
This facility of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a 70-unit apartment building located less than one-half mile from SCCA. The apartments have been specifically furnished and designed for the comfort of patients and families.
Ronald McDonald House
The local Ronald McDonald House offers space for 80 pediatric patients and their family members. It serves patients who are being treated currently at both Seattle Children’s and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and who live at least 45 miles away.
UWMC Hospitality House (The Collegiana)
This facility offers spacious, quiet rooms near University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC), with a free shuttle to UWMC. The Collegiana has free Internet access, free laundry and a full kitchen in the common area.
Contact our housing coordinator at (206) 288-7263 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns about housing.
Note: Patients undergoing a bone marrow or stem cell transplant are asked to live within a 30-minute drive (in heavy traffic) of the medical facilities.
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