University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Group
The University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Group provides consultations, cancer treatments and continuous follow-up care and support services for cancer management, often serving as the primary health provider for someone who has cancer. Our medical oncologists are board-certified and specialize in diagnosing and treating cancer using chemotherapy, targeted therapy and hormonal therapy. They work with other specialists at the Tate Cancer Center who focus on specific types of cancer to coordinate the overall treatment plan and provide supportive care. To contact this practice directly please call 410-553-8360.
Chesapeake Oncology-Hematology Associates
Chesapeake Oncology-Hematology Associates (COHA) collaborates with the team from the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Group and offers medical oncology services to patients at the Tate Cancer Center. Our team of board-certified oncologists use a collaborative approach to develop comprehensive treatment plans for patients. COHA provides patients access to all proven, drug-based treatments and the latest clinical trial medicines. They also offer on-site chemotherapy care and infusion treatment. To contact this practice directly please call 410-761-9896.
The Tate Cancer Center's multidisciplinary approach to cancer care combines medical, radiation and surgical oncology care to achieve an optimal personalized treatment plan. Our team of physicians and specialized nurses are dedicated to providing unparalleled service to our patients. For new patients starting therapy, our oncology certified nurses provide education and help get them acquainted and comfortable and are aware of each patient's individual needs. Patients spend a large amount of their treatment time with the nursing staff, so we know that receiving therapy in a pleasant environment with caring, compassionate health professionals is key to navigating the treatment journey. Chemotherapy is administered in special suites with reclining chairs, blankets and televisions to make treatment as comfortable as possible for patients and their families.