Urologic Cancer Program
If you have been diagnosed with a urologic cancer, or are at risk, patients need complete confidence in their medical team.
Your team should offer:
- Nationally recognized experts with years of experience in diagnosing and treating urologic cancers
- Advanced diagnostic testing, treatments and technologies
- Coordinated care
- Support services and education programs
- A reputation for sensitivity and responsiveness
- Personalized attention
- Innovative clinical trials
- The backing of a major research program with immediate translation of findings to patient care
Our team includes physician specialists in: urology, hematology/oncology, radiation oncology, pathology and radiology.
Your team also includes:
- Nurses with advanced training and experience in helping people concerned about urologic cancer.
- Patient Support Specialists who are committed to making sure that your experience is as smooth as possible. Our patient support specialists are experts in navigating complex healthcare situations. They serve as a consistent point of contact and a reliable source for support and direction for patients and families. They can help in a variety of ways including: provide emotional support, identify resources, and ensure access to information, support services and educational programs sponsored by the Cancer Center, as well as community resources.
- Cancer Counselors Our counselors work exclusively with cancer patients and their families. They are available to provide individual, couples or family counseling. Our team includes a psychologist and psychiatrist who specializes in the issues that cancer patients face. Our cancer psychiatrist is available for counseling, prescribing medications and consulting with your team of Penn cancer specialists.
- Registered Dietitians are available to provide nutritional counseling for patients being treated for cancer at the Cancer Center. Our dietitians specialize in cancer nutrition and provide information based on sound nutritional therapies.
Our team is there for patients and families to provide the care, information, and support needed.