At the Dignity Health Medical Group – Dominican Oncology Care Center, an oncology/hematology specialty doctor and team of health care professionals provide comprehensive compassionate care for adults with cancer and blood disorders. The Care Center also offers genetic counseling and testing to identify whether patients or their family members may have an inherited risk for cancer. This information can help both you and your family make informed health decisions regarding cancer risk reduction and prevention.
Evaluating each person’s case individually means we can identify and deliver the best cancer treatment options for the best patient outcomes. We strive to treat the whole patient, physically and emotionally, to meet the needs of patients and their families. The oncology/hematology team provides personalized care in a supportive environment. We are with you every step of the way in your fight against cancer.
Mary and Richard Solari Cancer Center at Dominican Hospital
As a part of Dignity Health, the Dominican Oncology & Hematology Care Center works closely with Dominican Hospital to deliver a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient cancer diagnostic and treatment options including diagnostic imaging, radiation therapy, and infusion therapy. The Dominican Hospital outpatient infusion therapy center is conveniently located at the same location as the Oncology and Hematology Care Center. Combining expert personalized care with leading-edge technology helps us deliver you with the most modern cancer care available.
The Bennett & Suzy Katz Cancer Resource Center
Through the generosity of Bennett and Suzy Katz, the Katz Cancer Resource Center was established to address the unique and complex needs of cancer patients. The Katz Center offers a comfortable meeting area for support groups, patient and family education, and individual consultations with oncology nurses, as well as a library with resource materials.
Several cancer education opportunities and support groups are available for you through the Katz Cancer Resource Center. Patients, family and caregivers can benefit from the wide class and support group selection. The American Cancer Society’s “Look Good, Feel Better” program is held monthly to help women facing the challenges of cancer learn to look and feel their best while undergoing treatment. All classes and support groups are free. For a current listing of classes and support groups visit Dominican Hospital’s Classes and Events.