For Physicians

For Physicians

How to Refer a Patient to Temple University Hospital

The Temple Cancer Center makes it easy for referring physicians. Contact the Temple Call Center at 215-707-5555 to:

  • Schedule a patient appointment
  • Contact a physician or get information
  • Make special arrangements for patients
  • Update your contact information.
As a physician, your call will be received by a Temple Call Center representative. Our representatives can promptly schedule a patient appointment, reach a consulting physician, and provide help with any needed arrangements or information about the Temple Cancer Center.
Bilingual services are available.

Physician Liaison Service

Contact: Jennifer Enoch

Our physician liaison is available to:

  • Answer your questions
  • Advise on services and physician specialties (ask for our physician listing)
  • Coordinate contacts with nurse specialists, insurers and managed care companies
  • Update you on eligibility for Temple Cancer Center clinical research trials
  • Invite you to accredited continuing medical education events
  • Help you quickly resolve problems.

Critical Care Transport

T3 Critical Care TransportThe Temple Transport Team (“T3”) is the region’s premier 24-hour critical care ground and air medical transport service. Our physician-led team includes critical care nurses, paramedics, EMTs, pilots and Mission Support Coordinators. One call will begin the expedited process of transporting your patient from any hospital or emergency department within a 150-mile radius of Temple University Hospital, while carefully maintaining critical care during transport.

Immediate Critical Care Transport Transfer Requests—24/7:

Inpatient Transfers:
215-707-TRAN (8726). You will be connected to the Temple Transfer Center.

Staying Connected to Your Patient's Care

Temple oncology physicians understand the need for ongoing communications with referring physicians throughout therapy. Our approach is one of cooperative effort with you, providing you with timely, ongoing communication regarding your patients throughout their stay, until they are returned to your care.
The staff at the Cancer Center understands that quality health care requires not just expert diagnosis and management of complex conditions, but also communication with everybody involved—including the patient’s family and primary and referring physicians. We communicate regularly with each patient’s family, primary and referring physicians, and insurers to assess needs, answer questions, and lay the groundwork for ongoing care.