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Oncology and Hematology

For comprehensive cancer care.

At Wilmington Health Oncology and Hematology, we diagnose and treat a wide variety of cancers. We’ve modeled our treatment plans after evidence-based standards set by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, so our plans replicate those used at cancer centers nationwide.

Oncology and Hematology Services

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Our Services

Check out our services.

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What to Expect

Be prepared for your upcoming appointment by viewing our instructions and information.

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Support Groups and Helpful Links

Check out these local support groups.

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Find out how you can refer your patient to Wilmington Health’s Oncology department.

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We are open Monday-Friday, 8 am – 5 pm

We do our best to book appointments for new patients within seven business days. If you are a new patient to Oncology, please call 910-815-7400 to book or confirm your appointment. Your physician will discuss the frequency of your regular follow-up visits after you discuss your specific diagnostic and treatment plans.

For follow-up appointments, please call 910-815-7400.

If you have an urgent problem associated with your treatment such as a fever, vomiting, or unexplained sweats, please call our office immediately, at 910-815-7400 for instructions.

If the office is closed, you will be referred to our answering service, which will promptly contact the oncologist. In case of a true emergency, please call 911.

To protect us all, masks are still required at our facilities

To protect us all, masks are still required at our facilities

From cleaning routines to implementing additional safety measures, Wilmington Health takes disease prevention seriously. Please remember to wear a mask while inside a WH facility, and help us keep our community safe.

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