For New Patients

Make an Appointment

Prepare for your First Appointment

Find out what to bring to make the most out of your first appointment.

Find a Place to Stay

While receiving care at UVA, you may need to stay in the area. See local lodging options.

How to Get Here

Find clinic directions and parking information

Need Special Assistance

Remember to bring any assistive devices you may need. When you arrive for your appointment, let a parking attendant know that you'll need help. 

What You Need to Register

Once you're at your clinic location, go to the patient registration desk to check in for your appointment. If you don’t know where to go, ask for directions.

For registration, we will need your:

  • Name and current address
  • Primary care doctor’s name
  • Insurance information, insurance card and prescription card
  • Co-pay for office visit or procedure
  • Social Security number*

* We may ask for your Social Security number to be sure we have the right medical record when two patients have the same name and for some government or other programs. Providing your Social Security number is voluntary, except when government programs require it.

    Support Groups

    We offer support groups and programs for specific cancer types. Find and connect with others facing a similar journey.

      Find a group
      Resource Connection

      In our Learning Resource Center, the health educator can help you:

      • Learn about cancer education resources
      • Get connected to services and classes
      • Set up your MyChart account
      • Conduct medical research
      Learn about your cancer
      Exterior of the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center building

      Visit the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center

      Interested in finding a support program? Call the ECCCC to sign up or stop by the Learning Resource Center on the third floor.

      Call or Visit the UVA Cancer Center