For those touched by cancer, SSM Health Cancer Care in Madison, Wisconsin, offers personalized and compassionate care designed to meet the needs of you or your loved ones. Our team of dedicated providers work together to provide you with a comprehensive care plan designed specifically for you. Our exceptional community-based care encompasses: state of the art technology, cancer research; and sub-specialized, multi-disciplinary, and genomic care.
Our facility is conveniently located near SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital in our new South Madison Campus facility at 1211 Fish Hatchery Road.
Important Road Construction Information
The City of Madison began road work in late June that is now resulting in the closure of Appleton Road beginning August 1. This may impact the route you take to access our South Madison Campus location.
This closure will allow the City to complete the installation of a new segment of Cedar Street, creating a connection street between South Street and Fish Hatchery Road. We anticipate that the closure will take approximately six weeks.
If you use Appleton Road and need to access our South Madison Campus clinic during the project, we recommend taking Fish Hatchery Road approximately one block further north to Midland Street. From Midland, you will be able to access our main entrance and patient parking, both located along South Street.
Alternately, you can access South Street from Wingra Drive or by taking Park Street to Cedar Street.
IMPORTANT PATIENT PARKING INFORMATION
Patient Drop-Off/Valet Service
You'll find access to patient drop-off and our temporary valet service by driving up under the building's canopy entrance, off of South Street.
Patients should self-park in our existing parking lot on South Street. See map for more information. Additional parking will be under construction starting in April, with an anticipated completion date in late summer 2022.
COVID-19 Visitor Guidelines
As SSM Health considers the best way to care for our patients’ physical and emotional health, we recognize that family and loved ones are an important part of the care team. We currently allow two support people per patient at this location.
- Patients will be encouraged to bring a support person only when needed.
- Support people must wear a face mask at all times when in the facility, and it must cover nose and mouth. Procedural masks preferred.
- Social distancing encouraged when in our facilities.
We thank you for your understanding and cooperation at this time.
Online telehealth appointments are now available. Call us to find out if telehealth is an option for you.