Hematology/Oncology

Overview

Barnabas Health Medical Group offers expert diagnosis and treatment of all types of cancers and blood disorders.

Our hematology and oncology specialists combine compassionate care with leading-edge techniques, to help you achieve your best-possible quality of life – both during and after treatment. Our full-time pharmacist, social worker and nurse navigator further ensure comprehensive, accessible care. We work with other Barnabas specialists as well, to create your personalized evaluation and treatment plans.

We diagnose and treat the following conditions:

  • Cancer in any part of the body
  • Blood-related malignancies, including leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and myelodysplastic and myeloproliferative diseases
  • Other blood disorders, including anemia, thalassemia, low blood count, blood clots, and blood-related auto-immune conditions, among others
  • Bleeding disorders, such as hemophilia, low platelet counts and von Willebrand disease

Our Services

Chemotherapy
Chemotherapy is drug therapy that can kill cancer cells or stop them from multiplying. With more than 100 chemotherapy medications available today, we customize each patient’s treatment based on the cancer type, treatment goals, patient’s response, and the most current research. We also offer monoclonal antibody drugs, among the newest treatments for a range of cancers.

Infusion therapy
Infusion therapy is treatment provided directly into the bloodstream through a needle inserted in a vein in the forearm or hand. Infusion therapy can treat cancer, cancer-related pain, infections, dehydration, hemophilia, immune deficiencies and many other conditions. Our infusion areas feature comfortable recliners, so patients may relax while they receive treatments or laboratory testing.

Biological treatments
Biological treatments are therapies that use living organisms, substances from such organisms, or manmade versions of these substances. For example, some vaccines and bacteria stimulate the body’s immune system to attack cancer cells.

Supportive care
Supportive care helps patients and families cope with all aspects of cancer, from diagnosis to post-treatment rehabilitation. Our supportive care includes prevention and reduction of adverse effects from cancer and its treatment, including physical and psychological issues.

Patient education
We provide a wide range of information to help you make the best decisions about your care, guide your diagnostic and treatment plan, connect with support services and live as healthfully as possible.

Clinical trials
Clinical trials are research studies that test new treatments. We are involved in numerous clinical trials that enable our patients to receive promising new therapies and contribute to scientific understanding.

Our Services

Genetic Counseling

Testing

Screenings

Ultrasound

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