The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center delivers state-of-the-art diagnostic capabilities and leading-edge treatment options as well as care coordination and emotional support services to patients with a cancer diagnosis. The cancer center is accredited by the American College of Surgeons and has received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer.
The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center is located on the campus of Huntington Hospital in the beautiful Huntington Pavilion with easy access to diagnostic, treatment and support services in a serene and peaceful environment. Our core services include:
- Radiation oncology services
- Advanced surgical procedures
- Comprehensive care coordination
- State-of-the-art diagnostic and imaging service
- Genetic screening and counseling
- Clinical trials
- Complementary medicine
The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center medical staff includes fellowship-trained board-certified surgeons who specialize in breast, colorectal, lung, genitourinary, gynecological and head and neck cancers. In addition, the cancer center includes a number of board-certified medical and radiation oncologists specializing in specific tumor sites. Many of our physicians have faculty appointments at leading academic institutions.
Our Cancer Support Team
The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach to provide individualized, responsive care to each and every patient. Each member of the clinical support team is committed to treating the whole person, providing a comprehensive array of support services to both the patient and their family throughout the course of their treatment and beyond. Read more.
Care Coordination and Support
The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center is committed to involving each patient to the fullest extent possible in making decisions regarding their own care. This is achieved through a dedicated team of registered nurse navigators who provide care coordination and support to patients and their families during each phase of their cancer treatment, and beyond.
The nurse navigators can also be available to help answer the many questions that arise during the course of cancer care. In addition, they can help link patients with vital support services and will work with the patient’s insurance company to ensure that appropriate home-health and/or rehabilitation services are provided.
Our Commitment to Quality
The cancer center sponsors prospective tumor boards for general oncology (including colorectal and gastrointestinal cancers), breast, genitourinary, gynecologic, thoracic and neurological cancers, where all cases are reviewed by a multidisciplinary team of specialists. During this process, patient history and physical findings, pathologic and imaging studies are reviewed, and consensus recommendations are made for each patient presented, according to the most up-to-date evidence-based guidelines from the national Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN).
In addition, our comprehensive cancer data registry center staff ensures tumor data is collected, maintained and reported effectively.
For more information please contact (626) 397-2524.