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City of Hope | Mission Hills

To make an appointment today, call 818-660-4700 or fill out our request an appointment form.
 
City of Hope | Mission Hills
15031 Rinaldi Street, Suite #150
Mission Hills, CA 91345
 
 
World-class Cancer Care Has Never Been More Convenient
 
At City of Hope, we believe in providing patients with the very best in cancer care and understand the importance of making our services available to those in need.  City of Hope has several community practices located throughout the Southland, collaborating with local physicians to provide the best in cancer care at sites conveniently located to you. City of Hope’s renowned physicians and researchers utilize the latest in technology and innovation to treat cancer, coupled with our enduring belief in providing unparalleled compassionate care.  City of Hope has provided unmatched cancer care for patients for more than a century and has been recognized as one of the best hospitals in America for cancer now for more than a decade by USNews & World Report.
 
City of Hope l Mission Hills provides Mission Hills and its surrounding communities with oncologic care including the following specialties and services:
 
Specialties
 
  • Medical Oncology: The diagnosis and treatment of cancer using chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biological therapy, and targeted therapy.
  • Surgical Oncology: Treatment and management of cancer through surgery.
  • Gynecology/Gynecologic Oncology: Treatment of cancer of the female reproductive organs including uterine, ovarian, and cervical.
  • Urology/Urologic Oncology: Research and treatment of cancers of the urinary system including kidneys, bladder, prostate and testes.
 
Services
 
  • Consultations
  • Outpatient Chemotherapy: City of Hope’s medical oncologists will develop a personalized treatment plan for you using chemotherapy drugs and among other treatment options.
 
Medical Insurance
 
City of Hope Medical Foundation contracts for physician services rendered at City of Hope and in our community practice sites. Please note that although we strive to keep this information current, it is subject to change without notice. For questions related to your specific coverage at this site, please contact your insurance provider directly. You can find that phone number on your insurance card or in your benefits book.
 
    
If you wish to receive treatment at a City of Hope location or with a City of Hope physician but we do not currently contract with your insurance plan, contact your insurance company and ask about obtaining authorization to receive treatment here. Every medical situation - and every insurance plan - is different, and there is no guarantee that coverage can be secured. But it is reasonable to make this request, and to ask your insurance company to review the matter with City of Hope Medical Foundation directly. Learn more about medical insurance and financing.
 
 
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer or would like a second opinion, contact City of Hope| Mission Hills at 818-660-4700.
 
 
 

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City of Hope | Mission Hills

To make an appointment today, call 818-660-4700 or fill out our request an appointment form.
 
City of Hope | Mission Hills
15031 Rinaldi Street, Suite #150
Mission Hills, CA 91345
 
 
World-class Cancer Care Has Never Been More Convenient
 
At City of Hope, we believe in providing patients with the very best in cancer care and understand the importance of making our services available to those in need.  City of Hope has several community practices located throughout the Southland, collaborating with local physicians to provide the best in cancer care at sites conveniently located to you. City of Hope’s renowned physicians and researchers utilize the latest in technology and innovation to treat cancer, coupled with our enduring belief in providing unparalleled compassionate care.  City of Hope has provided unmatched cancer care for patients for more than a century and has been recognized as one of the best hospitals in America for cancer now for more than a decade by USNews & World Report.
 
City of Hope l Mission Hills provides Mission Hills and its surrounding communities with oncologic care including the following specialties and services:
 
Specialties
 
  • Medical Oncology: The diagnosis and treatment of cancer using chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biological therapy, and targeted therapy.
  • Surgical Oncology: Treatment and management of cancer through surgery.
  • Gynecology/Gynecologic Oncology: Treatment of cancer of the female reproductive organs including uterine, ovarian, and cervical.
  • Urology/Urologic Oncology: Research and treatment of cancers of the urinary system including kidneys, bladder, prostate and testes.
 
Services
 
  • Consultations
  • Outpatient Chemotherapy: City of Hope’s medical oncologists will develop a personalized treatment plan for you using chemotherapy drugs and among other treatment options.
 
Medical Insurance
 
City of Hope Medical Foundation contracts for physician services rendered at City of Hope and in our community practice sites. Please note that although we strive to keep this information current, it is subject to change without notice. For questions related to your specific coverage at this site, please contact your insurance provider directly. You can find that phone number on your insurance card or in your benefits book.
 
    
If you wish to receive treatment at a City of Hope location or with a City of Hope physician but we do not currently contract with your insurance plan, contact your insurance company and ask about obtaining authorization to receive treatment here. Every medical situation - and every insurance plan - is different, and there is no guarantee that coverage can be secured. But it is reasonable to make this request, and to ask your insurance company to review the matter with City of Hope Medical Foundation directly. Learn more about medical insurance and financing.
 
 
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer or would like a second opinion, contact City of Hope| Mission Hills at 818-660-4700.
 
 
 

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