Hematology and Oncology
The pediatric hematology and oncology program at Brenner Children’s Hospital is the region’s leading center for the treatment of cancer and blood disorders in children. Our board-certified experts diagnose, treat and heal children of all ages, from newborns to young adults. Using the latest in technology and medical advancements, we treat a broad range of cancers and blood disorders, including anemia, bone and soft tissue cancer, clotting disorders, leukemia, lymphoma and Sickle Cell anemia.
Led by Thomas W. McLean, MD, the health care professionals at Brenner’s hematology and oncology program provide individualized care for each child we treat. We offer a wide range of care and services customized to each patient’s specific health care needs. In our 16 inpatient beds and 6 dedicated outpatient clinic rooms, our team of specially trained pediatric hematologists and oncologists, pediatric surgeons, radiation oncologists and other health care professionals works alongside more than 120 multidisciplinary experts at Brenner to provide the highest level of care and treatment for our pediatric patients.
New treatments and better medicines for cancer and blood disorders mean more children are surviving cancer and living long and fulfilling lives. Brenner houses an extensive Long Term Survivor Program (AWAKE) that works with children and their families to come up with the best possible long-term care plan.
Learn more about the services for cancer and blood disorders at Brenner Children’s Hospital and meet our team of highly skilled pediatric hematologists, oncologists and radiation oncologists.
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Pediatric hematology and oncology research at Brenner Children's Hospital is funded, in part, by St. Baldrick's Foundation.