New Patients

Facing a gynecologic condition or cancer may feel stressful and overwhelming. We’re here to help at every step of the way—from the moment you meet us through treatment and beyond.

Meet with us

If you have a gynecologic cancer diagnosis or need further testing, your first step is schedule a visit with us. During your visit, your doctors will explain your condition, answer questions and discuss next steps. Your doctors may also talk about ways to support your health through diet, exercise and wellness resources. Family, friends, or caregivers are welcome, and encouraged, to join you at your visit.

Here is an example of a common screening and treatment path. Your provider will tailor your specific treatment plan for you.

Your primary provider will make an appointment for you, or you may call us yourself

These resources will help you learn more about your diagnosis and our available treatments:

Other opportunities available to you

Knowledge is power! Learning more about your condition, what we offer and what others have experienced can help you feel more in control of your health and better able to make the best choices for you. Here are some resources available to you:

  • Advanced nursing: We have a team of nurses who work closely with you and your family to help navigate your treatment. They bridge the communication between physicians, you and your family. They serve as a "point person" to simplify and personalize your care.
  • Clinical trials: A clinical trial is one of the final steps in a long and careful cancer research process that is looking for better ways to prevent, diagnose, or treat cancer. Our team employs cutting-edge research to improve patient outcomes with multiple trials in medical oncology, radiation oncology and surgery.
  • Patient and family support: We help you take care of your mental and emotional well-being and the well-being of your loved ones.
    • Palliative services: We have a team of physicians and nurses dedicated to treating the patient as a whole. We focus on alleviating symptoms caused by cancer and treatment.
    • Social work: We have a dedicated social worker who addresses the personal side of cancer care. This person can help with financial assistance and transportation, and address the many unforeseen problems that arise with cancer care.