Travel Arrangements

The Place for Alternative Cancer Treatment

Days of admissions are Sundays. Unless individual arrangements have been made with the admissions office. Please make arrangements to travel to San Diego, California. An Oasis of Hope representative will greet you at the airport, load your luggage, and drive you to the hospital.

If you are driving or taking the train, we can also meet you at a specified location. We would only need you to confirm your arrival time and place with the admissions office 24 – 48 hours before arrival. Our health advisors can assist in scheduling your air or train travel, and/ or driving directions.

Please inform your health care advisor of your flight arrangements or arrival time before your day of travel to ensure that our shuttle driver is there to pick you up and bring you to Oasis of Hope.

Airport Pick-u
The Oasis of Hope provides door-to-door service from the San Diego Airport to Oasis of Hope at no charge for patients and their companions who have made admissions arrangements for treatment. Please advise your health advisor at the admissions department if the patient will be needing assistance other than wheelchair access.*

Airport Shuttle pick-up hours: 12 PM / 2 PM / 4 PM / 6 PM. Please try and arrange your flight to arrive at least 1 hour before pick up hours.

Our driver will be in the baggage claim area ready to meet you. He will have a sign with your name and the Oasis of Hope logo. He will help you with your bags and take you directly to the hospital. It is a short thirty-minute drive from the airport to the Oasis of Hope.

If your flight is delayed or you cannot find our driver, please contact the following numbers:

  • 619-371-0885
  • 619-371-0891

Inform the drivers of your location or the new flight # and time of arrival. Thank you!

*Patients that need the support of an ambulance must call the admissions office at 1-888-500-HOPE and we will recommend an international ambulance company. The Oasis of Hope does not provide ambulance service and any expense incurred for ambulance services is the responsibility of the patient.

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