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Cancer Care

When it comes to caring for your child, you look for a partner you can trust. At Providence Children’s Hospital, we are a leader in providing comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services for cancer. But along with the services that we offer, we also never forget that your child is not just a patient. Our cancer team is specially trained to provide children with the unique care they need.

Personal Care

At Providence Children’s Hospital, you and your family are given our full attention. This includes care from our expert team, which includes oncologists, pediatric certified oncology registered nurses, respiratory therapists, social workers, pharmacists, educators, physical therapists, dietitians, child life specialists and certified nurse assistants. Our 14-bed unit provides safe and compassionate care in a family supportive environment. We believe good care includes more than just attending to physical health.

 Pediatric Cancers Treated

  • Bone Cancer
  • Brain cancers
  • Ewing sarcoma
  • Leukemia
  • Lymphoma
  • Neuroblatstoma
  • Retinoblastoma
  • Rhabdomyosarcoma
  • Wilms Tumor

Pediatric Hematology

Children with blood disorders or cancers—like hemophilia, bone-marrow cancer and leukemia—can require complex treatments, and our pediatric hematology experts have years of experience not only diagnosing and treating blood disorders, but also helping children overcome the challenges they face to lead normal, happy lives.

To learn more about cancer care at Providence Children’s Hospital, call (833) 225-8751.

Oncology Services

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