When you or someone you love receives a cancer diagnosis, you want to find the best care possible that will offer the best chance for a successful result.
Where You Start Matters™
When and where patients first seek cancer treatment can make a big difference in their outcomes, and studies show patients who begin their treatment at a hospital that specializes in cancer (like Fox Chase) have a better chance of survival.* In addition to better outcomes, patients choose Fox Chase for our advanced treatments, highly experienced teams, and reputation for bold discoveries in cancer care and innovation.
Fox Chase is also taking every precaution to keep our patients and their families safe during the COVID-19 pandemic while offering the same world-class care that we are known for.
The Latest Treatments and Highly Experienced Teams
Your decision to come to Fox Chase provides you with access to leading physicians, state-of-the-art technology, novel therapies, and cutting-edge clinical trials.
We provide the full spectrum of care for each cancer we treat, including expertise in surgical oncology, medical oncology, and radiation oncology. We are here to support you every step of the way—from detection through survivorship.
When you come to Fox Chase, you are getting access to nationally renowned clinicians and thought leaders in their fields who are shaping the guidelines that doctors around the world follow. This means that our physicians are specialized in your specific type of cancer and are teaching other physicians the latest in cancer treatments and techniques.
This depth of knowledge is channeled into integrated, disease-specific, multidisciplinary teams of physicians who are with you from diagnosis and treatment through survivorship.
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|*||JAMA Oncology, October 8, 2015. Risk Adjusting Survival Outcomes in Hospitals That Treat Patients With Cancer Without Information on Cancer Stage.|