But what really matters to us is how we make you feel - from easing your concerns about a simple test to rallying around you if there's a tougher fight. We will treat you and your family with compassion.
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.
Get advanced breast imaging, diagnosis, treatment, therapy, education and supportive care, which includes guidance from a breast cancer patient navigator.
Let the area’s only board-certified gynecologic oncologists (women’s cancer specialists) coordinate your care. Woman's offers the assistance of a gynecologic cancer patient navigator.
- Advanced imaging and lab services
- Inpatient and outpatient services
- Patient education
- Care during the end stages of life
Women fighting cancer often need surgery, chemotherapy, lab tests, imaging scans and specialized nursing care. Learn how chemotherapy (infusion therapy) at Woman’s is administered in a calm, comfortable environment while providing exceptional cancer care.
Our cancer specialists team with other doctors, surgeons, radiologists and cancer nurses and technicians to treat your cancer—and care for your body and spirit. A supporting team of dietitians, social workers, physical therapists, respiratory therapists and providers of pastoral care are also available.
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.
Genetic counselors can help you decide if genetic testing is right for you. They can guide you to the tests most likely to determine if you're at higher risk for certain cancers.
Video: Genetic Testing For Cancer