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How is Hope4Cancer Protecting Patients from COVID-19 at Our Centers?

Hope4Cancer COVID-19 Update

December 15, 2020

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Hope4Cancer has held the health and safety of our patients and staff as the highest priority in all of our actions. While the situation continues to unfold, we are diligently observing world events and evolving our procedures as necessary.

As part of our mission to always provide you with the most accurate information regarding what to expect in our world-renowned treatment centers, we bring you this important update on our current protocols and precautions.

Hope4Cancer is and will remain open and accepting patients — both new and follow-up — at both the Tijuana and Cancun treatment centers in Mexico. Patients and companions can now pass freely between Mexico and the USA for the purpose of medical treatment, which qualifies as “essential travel”.

We are also proud to report that Hope4Cancer Tijuana was one of the first facilities inspected to ensure Covid-19 safety by COFEPRIS, the top health regulatory agency in Mexico, and received a perfect inspection grade. Our Cancun treatment center has since followed suit, with both of our facilities passing several routine health inspections over the course of this year. Across the board, our team has been working hard to ensure our patients’ continued care and safety by meeting all of the government-mandated criteria and more.

The following is an overview of some of the proactive steps we are currently taking to protect our patients:

  • All patients and companions are screened for COVID symptoms both prior to departure via our Admissions Department, and again upon arrival via our medical staff
  • All staff and visitors receive temperature checks upon re-entry and are provided masks and gloves for use both inside and outside our treatment centers
  • All staff members have been strictly instructed to stay home if they are at all symptomatic; any suspicious symptoms require COVID testing before returning to work
  • Our staff are receiving immune-boosting supplements and/or IV’s as a preventative measure to help strengthen the immune system
  • Enhanced cleaning protocols have been introduced to both of our treatment centers, as well as thorough daily cleanings of our inpatient rooms in Tijuana
  • Our treatment centers are sanitized regularly by a professional anti-COVID sterilization service via nebulization sprayers
  • Our treatment centers have safety procedures in place for when/if a patient displays suspicious symptoms during their stay

As a Hope4Cancer patient, your healing program includes an extensive program of immune-boosting therapies and IV’s that equip your body to prevent the contraction of diseases like COVID-19. Following the 7 Key Principles of Cancer Therapy provides a multi-faceted approach to health and healing – this makes us confident that, in tandem with the common-sense guidelines worldwide health authorities recommend you follow, your 3-week program in our treatment centers may indeed be safer than being anywhere else.

Though this unprecedented time does require extra care and consideration, we also know that cancer does not pause. To ensure that you receive the timely treatment you need and deserve, our Counselors are standing by to assist with up-to-date information and guidance to help you overcome any of the unique challenges you may be facing in this evolving scenario.

If you have any questions related to COVID-19 and treatment at Hope4Cancer, please don’t hesitate to reach out:

U.S. Toll-Free Calls: 1-888-544-5993
International Calls: +1 619-669-6511

Hours of Operation (PST = Pacific Standard Time):

  • Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm PST
  • Saturday: 9am-1pm PST
  • Sunday: Closed

8 thoughts on “How is Hope4Cancer Protecting Patients from COVID-19 at Our Centers?

  1. Hi
    My name is Grace and live in Australia.
    Do you have any information about travelling to your clinic from Australia regarding our COVID 19 restrictions. The Australian Government had put a stop to international flights for 2021… Is there any exceptions that you know of, or anyone I could contact to get more information if I wanted to try and come to your clinic?

    1. Hello Grace.

      People have come from Australia this year, but as you know the restrictions are constantly changing. The ones that have come, have had to request from their government to leave the country for essential travel for medical treatment & we also had to provide an essential travel letter for them. Is is not easy, but it is totally possible. We always try to do all we can to get patients to H4C. Feel free to call in for a free phone consultation and the team will help to the best of their ability!

      Simply visit https://hope4cancer.com/schedule-a-call/ and fill out a few short questions. Once completed, you do have the option to book your own appointment time with an Admissions Counselor. If you do not book your own appointment, a member from our team will be calling as soon as possible. You are also welcome to call into our offices during business hours, Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM PST, Saturday 9AM-1PM. US # 1.888.544.5993 / International #: +1.619.669.6511

    2. Hi Grace
      Did you happen to receive any confirmation from the airlines or Australian Immigration regarding traveling to H4C now during Covid? I understand there would be a process to follow around travel exemptions but have you managed to work this through with success?
      Thanks
      Andrew

      1. Hello Andrew,

        As mentioned to Grace, we have people that have traveled from AU with success. We have someone at our Cancun clinic right now from AU. Our team is working one-on-one with each incoming patient to help evaluate the best way to travel to us.

        Please reach out ASAP to coordinate the details around your specific circumstances:

        U.S. Toll-Free Calls: 1-888-544-5993
        International Calls: +1-619-669-6511

        Our Admissions Department Hours operate in Pacific Standard Time:

        Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm PST
        Saturday: 9am-1pm PST
        Sunday: Closed

  2. I was diagnosed for prostate cancer three years ago I haven’t been to the hospital yet so I don’t know what’s going on

    1. Hello Richard.

      We are so sorry to hear about your diagnosis. At Hope4Cancer our treatments are able to treat all forms of cancers at all stages as well as various auto immune diseases. The best thing we can do at this time is put you in touch with a team member that can get you a free consultation with a physician.

      Simply visit https://hope4cancer.com/schedule-a-call/ and fill out a few short questions. Once completed, you do have the option to book your own appointment time with an Admissions Counselor. If you do not book your own appointment, a member from our team will be calling as soon as possible. You are also welcome to call into our offices during business hours, Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM PST, Saturday 9AM-1PM. US # 1.888.544.5993 / International #: +1.619.669.6511

  3. I was pleased to see above that beyond cancer treatment, you’re also providing treatment for autoimmune diseases.
    My mother passed due to a rare form of Myasthenia Gravis.
    Is this something you’ve had success treating?

    1. Hello John.

      I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. I don’t have specifics in terms of everything we have treated as I’m only online support. When people that are looking to come to Hope4Cancer ask about specific illnesses I always let them know they can chat in more detail with the team during their free phone consultation.

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