Regional leaders with groundbreaking treatments and technology
The mission of our medical oncology team is to treat cancer with the most advanced technology and procedures so patients can continue living, working, and fulfilling their dreams. The Cancer Institute's highly skilled, board-certified medical oncologists take a multidisciplinary, integrated approach to patient care, working closely with the professionals throughout the Institute including Radiation Oncology and the Infusion Center.
Paula Pearl, RN, CRNP
Oncology Nurse Practitioner
- New chemotherapies that target cancers more efficiently, with fewer treatment cycles and reduced side effects
- Groundbreaking technology
- A multi-faceted effort involving patient care, treatment, and research
- Totally renovated Infusion Center with state of the art equipment, and 22 treatment areas
- Access to advanced clinical trials providing cutting edge therapies, including the most promising investigation agents
Cause for Celebration
"Jeannine Moriconi, mother of three and married to her high school sweetheart, had her annual mammogram in 2012, but the journey that followed was anything but routine. Her rigorous course of treatment for breast cancer was concluded with a celebration of life and love. This is her story, in her own words."Read Jeannine's Story
Medical experts, human understanding
Our physicians bring decades of hands-on experience and skill to patients, so we know that the human aspect of cancer treatment is just as important as the science, so we strive to make personal connections with each of our patients while using the latest and most advanced procedures in cancer care.
Your First Appointment
- Referral from your Primary Care Physician
- List of preexisting conditions/medical history
- Insurance card(s)
- Referral from your primary care physician (if needed)
- Pre-authorization (if required by insurance company)
- Radiographic studies (CT, MRI, etc.)
- Pathology slides and reports
Most insurance companies will pay for at least a portion of your treatment. However, if your insurance claim is rejected, you will be responsible for the balance. We accept cash, check, Visa/MasterCard and offer a variety of payment plans.
What should I do if I have an urgent problem associated with treatment?
If you have an urgent problem associated with your treatment, such as fever, vomiting or other serious symptoms, please call our office immediately at 443-849-3051 and choose option 3 for instructions. If our office is closed, you'll be referred to our answering service, which will promptly contact the oncologist on call. In case of a true emergency, please seek immediate emergency treatment by calling 911.