Bone & Soft-Tissue Cancer
Meet Your Care Team
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center in Jacksonville, Fl is here to help. Our hematologist oncologists, radiation oncologists, nurses and specialists are some of the best in the Southeast. We’re here to offer you hope through compassionate care and the most advanced treatments.
Our team of bone and soft-tissue cancer experts will precisely diagnose the type and progression of your cancer. We provide the latest, most researched treatment options, including clinical trial therapies and advanced technology.
Within our specialized clinics, we bring together our team of experts to care for you - mind, body, and spirit - all under one roof. Each of our clinics are singularly focused on your specific needs and treatment.
Need Directions? The sarcoma clinic is located in the main Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center, Floor 6.
A complete approach to care
360° Patient Care
Our patients benefit from an evidence-based, multidisciplinary approach. That means your cancer team comes together to discuss your case on a regular basis. You have experts from every angle of cancer working on your treatment plan.
At our core, we believe in treating the whole person, not just the disease. Your care team includes social workers, psychologists, physical and occupational therapists, nutritionists, and chaplains, too. We also offer survivorship programs and support groups to care for your emotional well-being.
For whatever step is next,
Baptist MD Anderson is Here for You
Our team of experts is ready to help you navigate the whirlwind of emotions, options, and decisions through every aspect of your care.
Get a second opinion
The right treatment starts with the right diagnosis.
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Care for your mental and spiritual health too.
Whitney, a bone cancer survivor, is back in the hospital - this time as a nurse.
Whitney was diagnosed at age 10 with a rare cancer of the bones and connective tissues called Ewing’s Sarcoma. Today, she works with children who are living with the life-altering diagnosis of cancer.