When you need a cancer specialist, Mansoor Javeed, MD, FACP, and Christian Kim, MD, FACP, at Hematology and Oncology Associates of Northern California offer their expertise and personal touch, meeting each person’s unique needs at every stage of their cancer care. They diagnose your cancer, provide chemotherapy and other medical oncology treatments, and manage your ongoing post-cancer treatment care. To start your journey to wellness, call the office in Folsom or Elk Grove, California, or request an appointment online today.
If you have cancer, you need more than one cancer specialist because different oncologists focus on specific aspects of your care. Some specialize in cancer surgery, radiation therapy, or certain cancer types, like brain cancer. Hematology and Oncology Associates of Northern California’s providers specialize in medical oncology.
Hematology and Oncology Associates of Northern California provides comprehensive cancer care. The oncologists perform the testing needed to diagnose cancer, discuss your treatment options, and refer you to surgeons and radiation therapists.
They coordinate your care, collaborating with all your cancer specialists to ensure you receive continuous, high-quality care.
Your provider offers personalized treatment for all types of cancer, including:
The cancer specialists at Hematology and Oncology Associates of Northern California have extensive expertise in advanced treatments for primary and metastatic cancers, such as:
They have an infusion suite on-site that, by design, promotes relaxation as you look out over Humbug Creek. They also manage an in-house pharmacy where you can get all your oral cancer drugs, along with the support of experts who manage your drug therapy.
Your provider recommends dietary modifications, manages treatment side effects, and creates a follow-up care plan after your treatment.
Everyone at Hematology and Oncology Associates of Northern California understands your stress and works closely with you to make your journey as easy as possible.
Before your first office visit, the practice’s new patient coordinator reaches out to you, helping you complete the required forms and obtaining any existing medical records you may have, like imaging and pathology reports.
They encourage you to write down questions that pop into your head in the days before your visit. It also helps to bring a friend or family member with you who can take notes and offer emotional support.
During your first visit, your doctor listens to your story, reviews your information, and asks questions to learn about your history. They order any additional testing if needed, explain your treatment options, and schedule infusion therapy.
If you need a cancer specialist, call Hematology and Oncology Associates of Northern California, or request an appointment online today.