Cancer Care

U.S. News & World Report has recognized Baptist Health as having the best cancer program in our region. Our innovative cancer programs are designed to meet the needs of the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. We provide outstanding adult and children’s cancer care, close to where you live and work and have the support of friends and family.

  • Baptist Cancer Institute – Northeast Florida's comprehensive cancer center

    We provide state-of-the art care for all types of cancer. Baptist Cancer Institute is a leader in prevention, diagnosis, treatment, research and education, serves as a resource for all of Baptist Health’s hospitals and cancer centers.

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  • A team approach through all disciplines

    We bring together multidisciplinary specialists who work together for comprehensive medical and surgical care, technology and support throughout your diagnosis, treatment and recovery, for you and your family.

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  • Focused on the needs of the whole family

    Our covenant with patients and their families is to bring light and warmth to every interaction. Beyond advanced medical care, service excellence is our driving force. Our Service Excellence Principles are an extension of our Core Values. They guide our every encounter with patient’s families, visitors and one another.

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  • Treating all types of cancer

    We provide state-of-the-art care for all types of cancer including colon cancer, skin (melanoma), all common organ sites and uncommon cancers. Learn more about cancer treatment options

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  • Breast Cancer Care

    Cancer that forms in breast tissue, most commonly in the mammary ducts, may first appear as a lump or thickening compared to the tissue around it.

    Breast Cancer Care
  • Prostate Cancer Care

    Rare in men younger than 40, prostate cancer begins in tissues of the prostate gland, located just below a man's bladder.

    Prostate Cancer Care
  • Lung Cancer Care

    The two main types of lung cancer usually begin in the cells lining the airways, and may cause no symptoms in the earliest stage.

    Lung Cancer Care
  • Gynecologic Cancer Care

    The most common form of gynecologic cancer may appear first in the cells of the inner lining of the uterus, or endometrium.

    Gynecologic Cancer Care
  • Brain Tumor Care

    A brain tumor is an abnormal growth of tissue in the brain, and may be classified as either benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous).

    Brain Tumor Care
  • Children’s Cancer Care

    Pediatric cancer experts with Nemours Children’s Clinic and the University of Florida provide treatment at Wolfson Children’s Hospital.

    Children’s Cancer Care