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Patients & Caregivers


At Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), our patients are at the center of everything we do. To help our patients and community stay home and stay safe, our telehealth program provides you with the same high-quality oncology care you receive in our clinics from the comfort of your home. Our nationally recognized cancer care is now available anywhere you are.  

Telehealth patients communicate and collaborate with their care teams remotely using familiar and easy-to-use tools. At SCCA, our providers use a HIPAA-compliant video visit service called Zoom, that can be accessed from MyChart. You can use your computer, your phone or any Internet-connected mobile device. These video visits allow our providers to talk with patients, share laboratory and imaging results and answer questions in real time. Video visits help save you time and money by connecting with your doctor over Zoom instead of driving into Seattle for your visit.

Ready to go? To schedule an appointment with an SCCA provider, and ask if a telehealth video visit is right for you, contact us at(855) 557-0555.

Want to learn more about how telehealth works? Let's get started

If you are a current patient and have questions or run into issues accessing your telehealth appointment please call our 24/7 Patient Support line at (206) 520-5151. If you need your visit link, contact your care team.

Imaging In medicine, a process that makes pictures of areas inside the body. Imaging uses methods such as X-rays (high-energy radiation), ultrasound (high-energy sound waves) and radio waves.

Getting started

Telehealth video visits at SCCA are easy to set up. Go here to find resources and tips to make sure you and your loved ones are ready for your video visit.

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions about your virtual visit, including an overview of the process, how to prepare for your visit, cost and insurance, and technical requirements.