Cancer Care

Feel comfortable, confident and cared for at Woman’s.

Woman’s specializes in caring for women facing the most personal of cancers – breast and gynecologic. Regardless of where you are in your cancer journey, you’re a survivor! From diagnosis to surgery to treatment, Woman’s provides all the cancer services you need.

Breast & GYN Cancer Pavilion (opening 2018)

pavillion

This new facility will offer specialized, comprehensive care for women receiving cancer treatments such as:

  • Infusion/Chemotherapy
  • Radiation Oncology
  • Clinical Trials
  • Support Services
  • Survivorship Programs

Woman’s Hospital

  • Extensive medical team: Our cancer treatment team, including patient navigators, radiologists, radiation oncologists, breast cancer surgeons and GYN cancer oncologists, provides nationally recognized cancer care. Our patients have access to the most advanced imaging, specialized treatments and surgical techniques.
  • Advanced screenings: Woman’s offers breast and gynecologic cancer screenings to detect cancer as early as possible. Woman’s opened one of the first cancer detection labs in the country and currently performs more than 75,000 Pap tests annually.
  • Outpatient procedures and inpatient surgery 

Survivorship: Giving you the Best Quality of Life

Cancer treatments can be challenging, as the side effects can range from uncomfortable to debilitating. We want you to have the best quality of life – physically and emotionally. Woman’s offers a variety of survivorship programs to keep you strong and positive. From medically supervised cancer rehabilitation therapy to yoga and skin care, we are there for you!

Recognized Care

Our cancer services are accredited by the American College of Surgeons, a voluntary certification that assures you Woman's delivers optimal care. To learn more about our program, review our Cancer Annual Report.

Clinical Trials

Opportunities to participate in clinical trials give women access to the latest cancer treatments. Woman's Hospital participates in the Gynecologic Oncology Group (GOG), a national research collaborative funded through the National Cancer Institute.