Announcement – New Cancer Center Opening at 8613 Lee Highway, Fairfax, Virginia, 22031: The Fairfax office previously located at 8503 Arlington Blvd, Suite 400, has RELOCATED as of April 13th 2021. (Entrance is around on the side – the side not facing Lee Highway) – see here

COVID19 Update: All VCS sites will be conducting temperature checks for all patients and visitors at entrances. For your safety, you will be asked to use a mask, if you do not have one, a mask will be provided. If a person presents with a temperature, you will be asked to return home and further instructions will be given by your health care team. For our patients protection, no visitors under 18 will be allowed in the offices, there is a limit one (1) visitor per patient if necessary. No visitors are allowed in the chemo infusion room. Telemedicine are available for routine office visits. More Information-PLEASE CLICK HERE

Virginia Cancer Specialists is Helping to Keep You Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

May 18, 2020
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A safety message for our patients:

Our offices remain open to you for your cancer care. We have rigorous measures in place to ensure your safety in our offices to include the following:

  • Pre-screening all patients for COVID-19 symptoms by phone.
  • Routine temperature checks for all staff.
  • Requirement: all staff to wear masks.
  • Requirement: all patients and caregivers wear facemasks – a complementary mask will be provided, if needed upon arrival.
  • Restricting visitors to our practice.
  • Day-porter and deep cleaning services.
  • Each exam room and infusion area is disinfected before and after every patient encounter.
  • Social distancing instituted throughout the practice.
  • Plexiglass dividers at front desk to protect patients and staff.
  • Hand sanitizer located at all entrances.
  • Magazines have been removed from waiting rooms as they are difficult to disinfect.
  • Scheduling patients to allow for optimal social distancing.
  • Dedicated isolation rooms.
  • Telemedicine visits are encouraged when applicable to minimize pt exposure in offices.