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Housing Accommodations

Helmsley Medical Tower
1300 York Avenue (at East 70th Street)
New York, NY 10065

If your healthcare provider feels that you have sufficiently recovered to leave the hospital, but you live too far away to safely commute for visits, then you may be a candidate for our Helmsley Medical Towers program. There are a limited number of hotel suites available at Helmsley for patients requiring frequent visits at NewYork-Presbyterian Day Hospital and/or Clinic. You must have a designated 24-hour, 7-day a week caregiver to stay with you during the duration of your stay. Each room has either a bed with a pullout sofa bed or two beds with full amenities including fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave, and kitchen supplies. There is daily maid service and cable television. There is free WiFi in the room and computer/printer available in the lobby. The room is provided for free. The only expense you would incur is for phone calls and parking (there is a $5 discount for parking). You and your caregiver can stay at Helmsley as long as your healthcare provider feels it is necessary. In the event you are readmitted to the hospital, the caregiver has 24 hours to check out of the room, otherwise they will be charged for the room.

For more information about the Helmsley Medical Tower, visit http://weill.cornell.edu/visitors/accomodations-for-out-of-town-visitors.html.

American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge
132 West 32nd Street
New York, NY 10001

If you require an extended stay in Manhattan for frequent visits, we may request that your social worker apply for you to stay at the Hope Lodge. American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge offers lodging at no cost for cancer patients being treated in Manhattan. In order to qualify for this program, you must live at least a one-hour commute away from your treatment center and must reside outside of Manhattan.  Hope Lodge offers 60 private guest rooms in a home-like environment.  Each guest floor includes a community kitchen and dining area, a quiet lounge and laundry facilities. Each guest room includes a private bath (with shower seat), one king or two twin beds, ample closet space, individual heating and cooling units, personal refrigerator, cable television, local telephone, and WiFi Access. You are also required to designate a 24-hour, 7-day a week caregiver to stay with you at the Hope Lodge.

For more information about American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge, visit http://www.cancer.org/treatment/supportprogramsservices/hopelodge/.