Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center is WiFi enabled in the main hospital (including all patient rooms) and in the park area. Other buildings on the campus may or may not have consistent wireless access.
- Open your personal device’s Wi-Fi settings and tap RP_Guest
- Open any internet browser and go to wifi.roswellpark.org
- Click accept when presented with the terms and conditions
The Resource Center aslo has a webcam loan program. Provided through a donation by The Steadfast Foundation, the webcams provide visual and verbal communication for patients having to stay in the hospital for a long period of time, such as those having a blood or bone marrow transplant. Laptop computers that are compatible with the webcams are available for patients to use, as well. The Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 has superior video quality and a built-in microphone. The LifeCams work well with popular instant-messaging software, and they’re simple to use. There are several webcams available to be lent out. One stays in the patient's room, and the patient has the option to loan out an additional webcam to a family member to take home.
To find out more about the program, availability, and how to borrow a webcam, please call 716-845-8659 or stop by The Resource Center.
Laptop PC Sign-out
Thanks to support provided by the Steadfast Foundation and Verizon, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center has a supply of laptop computers, portable thumb drives and a portable printer which allow pediatric patients to "stay connected" to their family, friends, teachers and classmates while receiving cancer treatments.
The Dell Laptop computer models available include:
- Dell Latitude D830
- Dell XPS M1730
With a comprehensive array of mobile features, the M1730 is designed for gaming and other top of-the line entertainment options for the pediatric patients. Several laptops are available for use, included models that are dedicated solely for Bone Marrow Transplant and other isolated patients. To find out more about the program, availability, and how to borrow a laptop computer, please call 716-845-8659 or stop by The Resource Center.
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