About Tower Hematology Oncology Medical Group
When you have cancer or a blood disorder, it's easy to get lost in all of the tests and appointments you need to get better. But we see you for who you are: a person with great potential for healing. We maximize this potential with customized care and a broad range of support services.
HOURS: Monday–Friday | 8 a.m –5:30 p.m. Pacific Time (U.S.)
Complimentary valet parking available. To enter our parking structure, drive north on Doheny Drive and make a right into the garage just before Wilshire Boulevard.
You receive care from experienced hematologist oncologists, some of whom are leaders in their field. We deliver the latest cancer and blood disorder treatments while giving you the personal attention you deserve.
We offer the latest treatments and uncommon expertise in delivering the options that best meet your needs. Our whole-person approach includes support services to help you stay comfortable and live a good quality of life.
We deliver exceptional care for cancers and blood disorders, including rare and complex problems.
As a former surgical coordinator, Nancy Senter understood how stressful surgery could be for her patients and addressed all of their concerns. When she came to Cedars-Sinai for treatment for her own breast cancer, our meticulous attention to detail gave her the same peace of mind. Nancy received sophisticated treatments that protected her heart while targeting the cancer—and gave her new hope for the future.
Tower Hematology Oncology Medical Group's doctors are exploring new cancer and blood disorder care techniques through clinical trials. Their research gives you access to innovative options, including new medications—some of which are only available in select programs nationwide.
Our exceptional care practices and research advances are making news. Read more about our work and the latest findings from other prestigious organizations.
Pregnancy After Cancer
Young women with breast cancer are often cautioned against having children for fear of an increased risk of cancer returning or spreading. Cedars-Sinai investigator Philomena McAndrew, MD, is challenging that conventional wisdom.