The team at Penn Medicine's Roberts Proton Therapy Center understands that every patient and his, or her, situation is different. As a patient or family member, you will have access to a variety of services to help you prepare before, during and after your cancer treatment.
Traveling to the Roberts Proton Therapy Center
At Penn Medicine, we are here to help you through each and every step of your cancer treatment — starting with how to get here.
The Roberts Proton Therapy Center at Penn Medicine is accessible by car or public transportation. The center is located in a mostly underground building connected to the Ruth and Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine.
Learn more about how to prepare for your first appointment
Insurance Information and Billing
Most insurance plans in the United States, including Medicare, will cover proton therapy. Generally, proton therapy costs more than traditional radiation therapy, but is less expensive than surgery.
If you are interested in proton therapy treatment for cancer, check with your individual insurance provider to learn if proton therapy is covered. Also, before your proton therapy begins, we will review all insurance information, coverage and address any of your questions or concerns.
Learn more about insurance plans accepted at Penn Medicine.
If your insurance does not cover proton therapy, or you wish to self-pay, there may be financial assistance options available.
Please call 800-406-1177 for information about financial assistance, or visit the Penn Medicine financial assistance page.
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