Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) has an international reputation. People with cancer come to SCCA from all over the world seeking the best medical care for their disease.
Enter the warm lobby at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and you’ll be greeted by friendly, helpful people.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center—one of SCCA’s three parent organizations—has the largest transplant program in the world and is home to three Nobel Prize winners in the field of medicine.
Located at the south end of Lake Union in Seattle, SCCA is easy to reach from Interstate-5.
Patients receiving outpatient chemotherapy come to Infusion Services on the fifth floor for treatment. Free lunches, beverages and snacks are available.
Patient lounges provide comfortable furnishings and picturesque views of Lake Union.
SCCA patients have day-surgery at University of Washington Medical Center in the state-of-the-art Surgery Pavilion, also home to the SCCA Prostate Center.
The Surgery Pavilion lobby is comfortably furnished, and its enormous windows face surrounding gardens.
The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Prostate Center is located at University of Washington Medical Center and provides a convenient, comfortable setting for all of your medical needs.
SCCA patients who require hospitalization receive leading-edge care at University of Washington Medical Center.
Children who have cancer and require hospitalization are cared for at Seattle Children’s, a leader in the treatment of childhood cancers in the Pacific Northwest.
Seattle Children’s provides a supervised playroom, bedside activities, and a special program just for teen patients.
School-aged children who are hospitalized for a week or more may attend classes in Seattle Children’s patient schoolroom.
Seattle Children’s is all about caring for children in a compassionate and fun environment.
Leading-edge treatment and care services, and outstanding patient and family support, all within a beautiful location and healing environment—SCCA is the best place in Seattle for cancer treatment.