If you are late or having trouble getting to the hospital:
Call your Radiation Therapist at 215.662.3129 and let them know. It is helpful if you let the person know the number of the treatment machine or the name of the therapist. This will help to let the right people know what is going on.
If your child has a fever (temperature of 100.5 X 3 in 24 hours or 101.2 once in 24 hours) and is scheduled for radiation that day or the next day, or if your child is having radiation related symptoms:
General Anesthesia: For Issues or Cancellations
Important Names and Numbers
Radiation Oncologist _____________________________________
CHOP Oncologist ________________________________________
Treatment Machine Number _______________________________
Radiation Oncology Nurse_________________________________
CHOP Anesthesia ________________________________________
Counselor/Social Worker __________________________________
Child Life Specialist _______________________________________
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