A cancer diagnosis can be scary and difficult—not only for the patient, but for family and friends as well. We can help.
Using traditional approaches, minimally-invasive procedures or the latest in image-guided techniques, our cancer specialists are extraordinarily precise in removing the cancer while preserving as much normal tissue and function as possible.
We’ve taken the lead as the first and only facility in the San Fernando Valley to offer two of the most cutting-edge pieces of medical equipment available: da Vinci® Si (single incision) Robotic Surgery System, and Trilogy Stereotactic Radiation Therapy. These treatments result in faster, more precise diagnoses, shorter hospital stays and quicker recoveries. Learn More
We’re committed to fulfilling the unique needs of each patient and their family, offering world-class care, support and guidance through every stage of the journey.
The Harold & Carole Pump Department of Radiation Oncology is the only treatment center in the San Fernando Valley that provides a robust selection of advanced treatment options like IMRT, Brachytherapy, Mammosite, Leipzig Brachytherapy (new at Northridge Hospital for the treatment of skin cancer), and the Trilogy© Linear Accelerator.
Our innovative therapies offer patients the newest approaches while minimizing side-effects. Some of the most exciting and promising advances in cancer treatment today are in the field of targeted therapy when used with chemotherapy.
Northridge Hospital Medical Center was recently honored to be recognized by the Commission on Cancer with its Outstanding Achievement Award acknowledging cancer programs that achieve excellence in providing quality care to cancer patients.
This award reflects our constant commitment to providing the highest level of compassionate care and service to our patients and their families.
Every year, the Cancer Center publishes an Annual Report designed to build community awareness of our cancer services. The report is an overview of the cancer program, as well as data on specific cancer tumor sites.
Click here to view the Cancer Center Annual Report.