We understand that it may be a challenge to find an appointment. Even if you are eligible to receive a vaccine at this time, based on Department of Health guidance, we are limited by the vaccine supply we receive from the state. As we receive more vaccine, we will expand eligibility and our available appointments. For more information on the COVID vaccine and to learn if you are eligible for vaccination, visit JeffersonHealth.org/VaccineInfo.
Our top priority is to promote high-quality and safe care. In fact, only about 1% of our 25,000 healthcare professionals have tested positive during the peak months of the COVID-19 crisis. We’re still the same Jefferson you’ve come to know and trust, with a few more heroes you’ll get to meet.
We have the following measures in place to keep you safe:
Learn more about our safety measures.
At the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center - Jefferson Health, we don’t just treat cancer patients. We provide an integrated approach to treatment for patients fighting cancer and families that addresses both the physical and emotional health impacts of cancer. Through leading-edge clinical trials and proven cancer treatments, you and your family will receive expert, personalized care and services.
When you come to Jefferson Health for your care, you have access to:
The Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center - Jefferson Health is one of 71 centers in the United States that is a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated cancer center. The NCI applies this special designation only to cancer centers with the best in research for cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment. We are also ranked among the nation’s best hospitals for cancer treatment by U.S. News & World Report.
At the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center - Jefferson Health, we have physicians who specialize in one type of cancer — like breast, lung, prostate or colon — making them true experts in the field. From the medical oncologists and radiation oncologists to surgeons, our physicians understand the complexities of each cancer type.