About Our Location
Welcome to Texas Oncology-Medical City Dallas Pediatric Hematology-Oncology. Our acclaimed staff of medical professionals provides patients with the most advanced, patient-friendly cancer treatment and cancer care available. Patients of Texas Oncology-Medical City Dallas Pediatric Hematology-Oncology benefit from our leading-edge medical services and our participation in innovative research programs. In addition, our support services team is committed to addressing the educational, emotional, financial, and nutritional needs of our patients during their cancer treatment. We deliver all of this with a level of personalized care and convenience not typically found in large metropolitan facilities.
We are experts in pediatric hematology, oncology, and transplantation. We are a Children’s Oncology Group (COG) member institution. Our transplant program has been accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT) since 2004.
Our pediatric hematology oncology program has the resources to assist in obtaining the best care for your child. We are a proud member of Texas Oncology, the nation’s largest network of medical practitioners devoted exclusively to treating cancer.
Texas Oncology-Medical City Dallas Pediatric Hematology-Oncology physicians consult with other healthcare providers to develop treatment plans, evaluate progress and determine a child's best options. They also connect you and your family with valuable supportive services for educational, emotional and financial challenges you may face.
Texas Oncology-Medical City Dallas Pediatric Hematology-Oncology was conceived by a team of pediatric specialists committed to providing the highest level of care for children with cancer and blood disorders. Treating the tiniest of newborns, adolescents, and adults up to the age of 21, the center offers a multidisciplinary approach to patient care led by a team of pediatric hematologists oncologists. The treatment team includes pediatric specialists in surgery, radiology, nursing, social work, pharmacy, physical therapy and child development working together in the child’s best interest. Weekly meetings are held to discuss each patient and family, to address problems, ascertain progress and produce the most effective treatment plan. Support groups are available for teenagers, siblings and parents to discuss common problems and to explore feelings associated with the diagnosis of cancer.
The program is a full member of the Children’s Oncology Group, a National Cancer Institute sponsored cooperative research group. This provides patients with the benefits of nationally approved treatment. Individual children with special needs are offered promising new medications through an active clinical research program. Texas Oncology-Medical City’s transplant program is also a member of the National Bone Marrow Donor program, giving patients the opportunity to have potentially lifesaving treatment. Both outpatient and inpatient care is centered at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas. Medical City Children’s Hospital provides a wide range of subspecialty pediatric services, including pediatric and neonatal intensive care. Our physicians lead national studies in the treatment of children with cancer. Our program is a leading stem cell therapy site for promising new treatments for children and adolescents.