FROM NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY West on Interstate 80 to Interstate 287 South to Madison Ave. (Exit 35). Turn left at exit light onto Madison Ave. Go one block to next traffic light and turn left into hospital driveway.
FROM CENTRAL & SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY North on Interstate 287 to South Street (Exit 35). Turn left at traffic light at end of exit ramp onto South St. Take first quick right to road leading to Madison Ave. (see Blue Hospital sign) At end of this road turn right onto Madison Ave. Go to first traffic light in front of hospital, turn left into hospital drive.
FROM NORTHWESTERN NEW JERSEY East on Interstate 80 to Interstate 287 South and follow directions from Northeastern New Jersey.
FROM NEWARK AREA West on Interstate 78 to Route 24 West to Interstate 287 South and follow directions above from Northeastern New Jersey.
FROM EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA East on Interstate 78 to Interstate 287 North on 287 to South Street (Exit 35). Follow directions above from Central and Southern N.J.
DIRECTIONS FROM NEW YORK Use Holland Tunnel. Take the Pulaski Skyway/Rtes 1 & 9 to Interstate 78 West to Route 24 West to Interstate 287 South. Take 287 S to Madison Ave (Exit 35)-you will see hospital sign). Make a left onto Madison Ave and proceed to the first traffic light (Main Hospital entrance, ¾ way around circular entranceway make a right onto Williams Way. At stop sign turn right and valet parking will be at front entrance of Carol G. Simon Cancer Center Building). You can enter the Cancer Center through the large glass doors at the front of the building; make a right once you are inside. Use George Washington Bridge. Take Interstate 80 W to Interstate 287 S. Follow directions from Northeastern New Jersey.
PARKING Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center, 100 Madison Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960
The Radiation Oncology department is in the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center. When you are at the traffic light from either direction at 100 Madison Avenue, enter the campus of the hospital. In front of you will be the Morristown Medical Center main entrance, make a left, go down a small hill, and stop at the stop sign. When you turn your head to the right, you will see the entrance to the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center. You can valet your vehicle there or back at the stop sign; look straight ahead and follow signs for visitor parking in the JCP&L parking garage. We can give you a voucher to pay for self-parking but not for the valet parking since it is an outside company.
After parking you can just walk across the walkway to the glass revolving door into the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center building. When you enter through the round revolving door, make a right and you will see an elevator straight ahead. We are on the first floor; to the left of the elevator. A large opening between the elevator and the round tables and chairs will have a sign above that reads Radiation Oncology. Please see one of the administrative assistants in the first two cubicles to the left and they will be able to help you.
If you have any questions, please call us at 973-971-5329.
The radiation oncology department is located in the Collins Pavilion at Chilton Medical Center, 97 West Parkway, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
From Route 287 North/South Take Route 287 to Exit 52A for Route 23 South. Go through first light and take first exit for West Parkway and the Boulevard. Follow signs to the right for West Parkway. About two miles down the road, you will see signs for Chilton Medical Center. Follow signs for the Collins Pavilion and turn right onto the campus.
From Route 80/Route 46 Take Route 80 West or Route 46 West to Route 23 North. Exit at Riverdale Circle. Follow signs for the U-Turn and cross onto Route 23 South. Stay in the right-hand lane. Take Route 23 South to the exit for West Parkway and the Boulevard. Follow signs to the right for West Parkway. About two miles down the road, you will see signs for Chilton Medical Center. Follow signs for the Collins Pavilion and turn right onto the campus.
From Route 23 South Take Route 23 South to the exit for West Parkway and the Boulevard. About two miles down the road, you will see signs for Chilton Medical Center. Follow signs for the Collins Pavilion and turn right onto the campus.
Follow the signs to enter the hospital driveway for the Collins Pavilion. It is a red brick building separate from the main hospital.
Once you enter the campus, you may park anywhere in the lot at no charge. If you need a handicap space, there are spots available in front of the building.
After parking, enter through the main entrance between the brick pillars. Once you enter the building, you will be on the first floor. Make your first right into the Cancer Center and proceed to the reception desk.
FROM NEW YORK CITY: TAKE I-78 W/Holland Tunnel to New Jersey. Continue on I-78 W. Take NJ-24 W and I-80 W to US-206 N in Mount Olive Township. Take exit 25 from I-80 W.
Keep right at the fork to stay on I-78 W, follow signs for Interstate 78/Interstate 95/Turnpike. Stay on I-78 W. Use the right 3 lanes to take exit 48 for NJ-24 W toward I-287/Springfield/Morristown. Continue onto NJ-24 W. Use the left 2 lanes to merge onto I-287 N toward I-80/Mahwah.
Take exit 41B for Interstate 80 W toward Delaware Water Gap. Keep left to stay on I-80 W. Take exit 25 for US-206 N toward Stanhope/Newton. Take Waterloo Rd to Willow Grove St in Hackettstown to number 651 Willow Grove Street.
FROM RT. 80/ROUTE 46, CENTRAL JERSEY: TAKE I-78 E TO NJ-24 W and I-80 W to US-206 N in Mount Olive Township. Take exit 25 from I-80 W, Merge onto I-78 E.
Use the middle lane to keep right at the fork, stay on I-78 E and follow signs for Newark. Use the left lane to take exit 48 for NJ-24 W toward Millburn. Continue onto NJ-24. Use the left 2 lanes to merge onto I-287 N toward I-80/Mahwah.
Take exit 41B for Interstate 80 W toward Delaware Water Gap. Merge onto I-80 W. Keep left to stay on I-80 W. Use the right lane to take exit 25 for US-206 N toward Stanhope/Newton.
Take Waterloo Rd to Willow Grove St in Hackettstown to 651 Willow Grove Street.
After patients have completed their radiation treatments they will receive a survey sent out by our Customer Service Department. Although the patients at the Carol G. Simons Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center have consistently indicated that we provide excellent care, we are committed to continuous improvement. Your opinions and suggestions are very important to us, therefore we ask that our patients tell us about their experiences and level of satisfaction with the services provided by our staff.