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UPMC CancerCenter, partner with University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, has partnered with community-based hospitals throughout western Pennsylvania to develop one of the largest integrated community networks of cancer physicians and health care specialists in the United States.
UPMC CancerCenter at Hillman Cancer Center, part of UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside, allows patients to receive the highest level of cancer care without having to leave their communities.
Hillman Cancer Center, part of UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside, is the flagship treatment and research facility of the UPMC CancerCenter network.
Home to the state-of-the-art clinical services of UPMC CancerCenter and the nationally and internationally recognized research of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, Hillman Cancer Center provides specialized diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and care for patients and their families.
New patient appointments can be coordinated through a family physician or Primary Care Physician, or through another specialist by calling 412-647-2811. This allows us to obtain your records to make your appointment and to have treatment options available at the time of your visit.
* Note: Some gynecologic oncology serverices are available at Hillman Cancer Center
Beyond clinical care, Hillman also has a full range of services to help patients better cope with cancer.
Patients and their families have access to a wide array of educational counseling, nutritional, and genetic resources, including:
Hillman Cancer Center is home to internationally regarded surgical, medical, and radiation oncology specialists who perform treatment procedures unavailable elsewhere in western Pennsylvania. The Center also has the region's most advanced imaging technologies to detect cancer and monitor treatment.
Hillman Cancer Center also is home to a component of the National Institutes of Health-funded General Clinical Research Center, which also provides support for the conduct of clinical trials.
The 2002 opening of Hillman Cancer Center was made possible through the generosity of Henry L. Hillman and the Hillman Foundations, as well as support from: