Our Medical Services

Smilow Cancer Hospital Programs

Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven brings the very best cancer care available into a single world-class cancer hospital. Uniting some of the nation's best minds to develop new methods to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, Smilow Cancer Hospital is affiliated with Yale Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center – one of only 45 in the nation.

Our Medical Services

Brain Tumors

The Brain Tumors Program offers advanced treatment for patients with primary brain tumors, brain metastases and neurological complications of cancer.

Learn more about the Brain Tumors Program.

Breast Cancer

The Breast Cancer Program provides multidisciplinary, patient-focused care to women diagnosed with breast cancer, with careful attention to achieving the highest chance for cure, and the best possible cosmetic results and quality of life.

Learn more about the Breast Cancer Program.

Endocrine Cancers

The Endocrine Cancers Program offers evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of tumors of the thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal glands, pituitary gland, hypothalamus and pancreas.

Learn more about the Endocrine Cancers Program.

Gastrointestinal Cancers

The Gastrointestinal Cancers Program provides all gastrointestinal cancer patients with a truly multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of  gastric bile duct, gallbladder, liver, gastrointestinal, colon and rectal cancers.

Learn more about the Gastrointestinal Cancers Program.

Gynecologic Cancers Program

The Gynecologic Cancers Program treats precancerous changes of the vulva, vagina and cervix; premalignant changes of the endometrium; vulvar, vaginal, cervical, uterine, fallopian tube and ovarian cancer; gestational trophoblastic disease; and soft-tissue tumors of the pelvis.

Learn more about the Gynecologic Cancers Program.

Head and Neck Cancers Program

The Head and Neck Cancers Program has an experienced, multidisciplinary team that offers broad-based specialized care in early detection, treatment and prevention of various head and neck diseases, including those of the lip, mouth, nasal cavity, sinuses, larynx, pharynx, ear and skull base.

Learn more about the Head and Neck Cancers Program.

Hematology Program

The goal of physicians at Smilow Cancer Hospital is to cure blood cancers, or at least manage them as chronic conditions, depending on the stage and type of a patient's cancer

Learn more about the Hematology Program.

Melanoma Program

The Melanoma Program at Smilow Cancer Hospital brings together surgeons, medical oncologists, dermatologists, radiologists and surgical and dermatologic pathologists to provide patients with new and state-of-the-art treatments.

Learn more about the Melanoma Program.

Pediatric Oncology Program

The Pediatric Oncology Program at Smilow Cancer Hospital offers the latest advances in diagnosing and treating childhood cancer and blood disorders. It is supported by a multidisciplinary team of physicians and highly skilled advanced practice nurses with expertise in all aspects of care for children with cancer.

Learn more about the Pediatric Oncology Program.

Prostate and Urologic Cancers Program

What separates Smilow Cancer Hospital and its Prostate and Urologic Cancers Program from other institutions is the expertise of physicians from radiation oncology, surgery, medical oncology, radiology and pathology who specialize in the treatment of urologic malignancies and are involved in cutting-edge research in the field.

Learn more about the Prostate and Urologic Cancers Program.

Sarcoma Program

At Smilow Cancer Hospital, a team of highly trained specialists is devoted to the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with sarcoma. Advances — supported by groundbreaking research — in surgical techniques, medical oncology and chemotherapy, diagnostic imaging, radiation oncology and pathology allow this team to push the boundaries of success in treating patients.

Learn more about the Sarcoma Program.

Thoracic Oncology Program

At Smilow Cancer Hospital, we have diagnosed many people with stage IV lung cancer, who, after several years, are happily leading healthy lives. That was not the case 10 years ago. And although we still have a lot of work to do before we can consistently talk about lung cancer as a chronic disease, there is no doubt that advances in treatment are helping people live longer than they would have before.

Learn more about the Thoracic Oncology Program.

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