Pediatric cancer care
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center’s pediatric oncology providers diagnose and treat a wide range of pediatric cancer and blood disorders for children, teens and young adults. Pediatric patients coming to UC Davis for cancer treatment have access to leading-edge clinical trials of new therapies rarely offered at community hospitals, a full complement of supportive programs while in treatment, and the region’s only clinic for managing the long-term effects of treatment on survivors of childhood cancers.
As one of only 49 cancer centers in the country to achieve comprehensive designation from the National Cancer Institute, UC Davis is recognized for its advances in cancer research, innovative technologies and personalized treatments based on specific characteristics of cancers.
FOR APPOINTMENTS AND REFERRALS
At UC Davis, your child’s care will be coordinated by one doctor but backed up by a multidisciplinary team of specialtists with broad experience treating a wide range of cancer types including some of the rarest types of cancer. Your team will include doctors, nurses, radiation therapists, dietitians, social workers and other top professionals, all coming together to provide your child the best possible outcome.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer
UC Davis Comprehensive Center
Pediatric Oncology Clinic
Pediatric Infusion Center
North Building, First Floor
2279 45th Street, Sacramento, CA
The pediatric oncology clinic and infusion center are conveniently located on the ground floor of the Cancer Center’s North Building.
Pediatric cancer patients needing hospitalization receive care at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, a world-class pediatric hospital.