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Cancer Services

Oncology (Cancer Services)

The UI Health Oncology (Cancer) Clinic is proud to offer comprehensive cancer care and treats both common and rare cancers. Our treatment program is accredited by the Commission on Cancer, a program of that American College of Surgeons that recognizes cancer-care programs for their commitment to providing comprehensive, high-quality, and multidisciplinary patient-centered care. Only one in four health centers treating cancer receives this accreditation. At UI Health, you will receive the highest quality care from diagnosis through treatment.

Our outstanding team of doctors, nurses, and other care providers is committed to providing encouragement and support to patients and their families. In addition to top-quality medical care and state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment options, you will have access to valuable information resources, educational opportunities, support groups and services, and more.

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Clinical Programs:

Our Location

Oncology (Cancer) Clinic
Outpatient Care Center, Suite 1E (map)

1801 West Taylor
Chicago, IL 60612  

Some of your appointments may also be held in the Surgery Center located in Clinic 3F.  

To request an appointment, please call:  

  • New Patients: 866.600.Care (2273)
  • Current Patients: 312.355.1625 (1E, Cancer Clinic); 312.355.4300 (3F, Surgery Center)

Commission on Cancer Accredited Program

Lung Cancer Alliance

The University of Illinois Cancer Center's Lung Cancer Program is honored to receive designation from the Lung Cancer Alliance. The Alliance serves as a foundation of resources for lung cancer. This services patients in all capacities, with links to basic information about lung cancer treatment, screening, and prevention; assisting patients with financial needs; options for psychosocial support; access to available clinical trials; financial and legal assistance; and resources for veterans. Programs that are designated by the Alliance are recognized for their multidisciplinary approach to lung cancer and well-integrated in the most updated research and technology available. The University of Illinois Lung Cancer Program is proud to be part of this alliance.