Information for Patients
In addition to being anxious about a cancer diagnosis, patients who come to the Siteman Cancer Center for treatment often have concerns about how to get to our main campus or satellite locations, where to park and what services are available. Various sections of this website provide information that addresses these concerns and many others. Health-care providers can share the following information with patients they refer to Siteman for consultation or treatment. If you prefer to direct patients to specific Internet addresses for various web pages, those are provided in parentheses.
myCOMPASS – (www.siteman.wustl.edu/tour.aspx)
An online tour of Siteman's main campus in St. Louis for new patients and visitors. Users can save important information on a visitor card that can be printed out for later use.
Directions, Maps and Parking – (www.siteman.wustl.edu/directions.aspx)
Information is provided in various formats, including written directions, campus maps and MapQuest driving directions.
Navigator Program – (www.siteman.wustl.edu/navigator.aspx)
A program designed to help patients find their way around Siteman's main campus during their first visit. Volunteers with the program greet patients when they arrive, provide a brief orientation and serve as an escort to physician offices and testing locations.
Cancer Information – (www.siteman.wustl.edu/cancerinfo.aspx)
Information about various types of cancer from the National Cancer Institute.
Information for Out-of-Town Patients – (www.siteman.wustl.edu/outoftown.aspx)
Includes helpful information about how to get to Siteman, where to stay and our Guest and Patient Relations Department.
Patient and Family Support – (www.siteman.wustl.edu/support.aspx)
A list of support services available to patients and loved ones.