The Esophageal Cancer Service at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center provides expert and comprehensive care to patients with all stages of esophageal cancer.
Our team uses a multidisciplinary approach to diagnose and treat some of the most complex forms of esophageal cancer.
Experts from gastroenterology, thoracic oncology, surgical oncology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and other medical specialties all consult together on one case to determine the best possible treatment plan for every patient. Our goal is to provide every patient with the best chance of survival and highest quality of life.
Reasons to Choose UMGCCC for Esophageal Cancer Treatment
- Endoscopic Therapies for Early Stage Cancers
- Trimodality Therapy: A combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
- Access to Proton Therapy: UMGCCC's affiliation with the Maryland Proton Treatment Center gives patients access to cutting edge proton therapy.
- Dedicated Thoracic Surgery Inpatient Unit: UMMC's TIMC is the region’s first and only fully integrated unit dedicated solely to the care of general thoracic surgical patients.
please call 410-328-7904.