Knowledge is power, no matter what obstacles you must face.
See what you need to know before you come to
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital for your child's pediatric cancer or blood disorder treatment.
Find out what to expect while you are at
St. Jude for treatment. Learn about transportation, housing, meals, clinic visits, daily routines, and caregiver resources.
When your child is sick, you shouldn't have to travel across town to get to all your doctors. Learn about all the specialist clinics and resources
St. Jude has on campus for your family.
Learn about patient family-centered care, the belief that health care providers and the family are partners who work together to best meet the needs of the child.
Most children at
St. Jude are treated as outpatients. View resources and information for families and patients going home from
St. Jude Children’s Hospital between treatments, and resources offered
St. Jude childhood cancer survivors
St. Jude has a close relationship with the University of Tennessee (UT) Medical School and the local children's hospital, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.
Log in to My
St. Jude, an online patient portal where you can view your child's medical health record, appointments and personal information.
St. Jude offers resources on the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, and COVID-19. Find information for patients, caregivers and clinicians about this new disease and the virus that causes it.
MyChart is a tool provided by
St. Jude to help you more easily navigate your child's care.
It Takes Two: Our
St. Jude and
St. Jude MyChart offer resources for patients and families.
Experts from across
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have developed the Safe and Sound CORE. Promise. Its goal is to reduce pain and anxiety during medical procedures.