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Healthcare Directory—James P. Wilmot Cancer Center

James P. Wilmot Cancer Center

 

The Wilmot Cancer Center is organized around a multidisciplinary care model, which leading cancer experts believe is the gold standard in cancer care in the 21st Century. Our model underscores our commitment to provide patients in the Rochester area with the most up-to-date information and available treatments, basing our recommendations on the best evidence. We pride ourselves in being one of the only centers in Western New York offering this team approach to care.

As members of subspecialty teams, oncology physicians and staff from all cancer and diagnostic specialties regularly collaborate in multidisciplinary disease site conferences. Information about the patient’s type and stage of cancer is presented and a consensus opinion about treatment options developed. This collaborative and collective assembly of expertise from a variety of perspectives ensures that patients receive the best possible advice for treatment from the beginning of their journey.

Location(s)

University of Rochester Medical Center

601 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester New York 14642
Monroe County
Phone: 585-275-5830

Location Comments: Area's largest facility dedicated to cancer care with 164,000 square feet of outpatient clinical care and research space - Greater patient access to cutting-edge treatment therapies - Welcoming and healing environment with natural light - See all members of your care team in one location - Unprecedented level of patient privacy - Patient and Family Resource Library

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