Virginia K. Crosson Cancer Center
Our subspecialty-trained, board certified hematologists and oncologists
provide patients with expertise in the treatment of cancer and blood disorders.
With cutting-edge technology and a caring atmosphere, we do everything
we can to help our patients with both initial diagnosis and the treatment
that follows. Our offices are located in the Virginia K. Crosson Cancer
Institute where we can conveniently provide most necessary services for
our patients in one stop. As an integral part of the Virginia K. Crosson
Cancer Center, we can offer today’s best improvements in care, including
breakthroughs in immunology, biotherapy, and targeted chemotherapy.
Other features include:
- The St. Jude Heritage Center for Hematology and Oncology is one of only
a handful of clinical practices in the state to be recognized by the American
Society of Clinical Oncology’s Quality Oncology Practice Initiative
- We partner with the nation’s top cancer research programs so our
patients have access to the most promising and aggressive treatments available
anywhere. These include the National Cancer Institute, the UCLA-TRIO cancer
research network, and leading oncology research cooperatives.
- We routinely offer clinical trials, if appropriate, for almost every type
of cancer, including cancers of the colon, stomach, lung, brain, prostate,
breast and ovaries, as well as lymphoma, leukemia, and myeloma.
- Specially trained palliative care nurse practitioners to help relieve the
physical and emotional burdens of cancer treatment
- A unique Nurse Navigator Program of specially trained oncology nurse practitioners
is available to support our patients through every step of diagnosis and
treatment. Our Nurse Navigators can help relieve the physical and emotional
burdens of cancer treatment.
- Infusion Center
- Radiology in building
- Laboratory in building
- Specialty surgery
- Spanish spoken by staff
Cross roads: W. Bastonchury Rd. and N. Harbor Blvd.
A personalized approach to your health
Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.