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UPMC CancerCenter, partner with University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI), has partnered with community-based hospitals throughout the region to develop one of the largest integrated community networks of cancer physicians and health care specialists in the country.
UPMC CancerCenter at Magee-Womens Hospital allows patients to receive the highest level of cancer care without having to leave their communities.
Magee-Womens has been providing woman-focused healthcare since its founding in 1911, and the center became part of the UPMC network in 1998. Since becoming part of UPMC, the hospital has been renovated and received substantial technology upgrades.
The Women's Cancer Program as part of UPMC CancerCenter offers individualized comprehensive care provided by experts in the supervision of women's cancers.
The Radiation Oncology Program of UPMC CancerCenter is accredited by the American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO). As the largest ACRO accredited system in the United States, the Radiation Oncology Program is committed to the highest quality in radiation oncology care.
Appointments can be made by calling (412) 641-4530 and can be coordinated through a family physician or PCP, or through another specialist. This enables us to obtain records needed to make a patient’s appointment and to have treatment options available at the time of visit.