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COVID-19 Update

Hotels and Housing

We know there may be challenges for finding accommodations for family members who want to be with you during your stay at a hospital. Fortunately, our housing program can help. Here are some points to consider when deciding on the best housing options for your stay.

Considerations When Choosing Accommodations

  • If handicapped-accessibility is important, please clarify this when making arrangements.
  • Lower-cost housing often involves a waiting list, meaning reservations cannot be confirmed ahead of time. If you are on a waiting list, be sure to have a back-up plan, such as a local hotel reservation. When making hotel reservations, ask about cancellation policies.
  • Some properties cannot accommodate children, so be sure to inquire if your party includes a child. You may also consider specific housing options for pediatric patients. Usually these properties do not have hotel amenities, such as daily housekeeping services, in-house restaurants, or concierge services.
  • Be sure to clarify the number of guest and rooms that will be required during the entirety of your stay. Some facilities restrict the number of rooms one family can occupy.

Find a Hotel or Accommodation Near Your Hospital

A number of hotels near our hospitals offer discounted rates to patients and their families. When requesting reservations, ask about specific offers for patients at the hospital you plan to visit.


Visiting from abroad?

If you are an international patient, please call our international medical concierge team or fill out an online form to get help coordinating your appointment and booking accommodations.

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