Medical Services Cancer Care Specialty Cancer Care Clinics Find a Location Find a Doctor Cancer Care Menu About Our Cancer Care Program Your Cancer Care Team Your First Visit Breast Cancer Cancer Care Cancer Treatments DigniCap Scalp Cooling System Radiation Therapy Center for Precision Medicine and Genomic Health BRCA Testing Hereditary Cancer Program Proactive Genetic Screening Clinical Research Palliative Care Patient Testimonials Resources Cancer Resource Center Clinical & Support Services Frequent Numbers Specialty Cancer Care Clinics Cardio-Oncology Neuro-oncology Tristate Gynecological Oncology Tobacco Cessation E-cigarette Education Freshstart Tobacco Cessation Nicotine Medication Nicotine Replacement Nicotine Therapy Saving on Medication Success Stories Tobacco Cessation Resources We Offer Specialty Clinics for Certain Disease Types Our specialty clinics include Gynecologic Oncology Clinics and the Neurological Oncology Clinic. Gynecologic Oncology Clinics are staffed by renowned gynecologic oncology surgeons who specialize in diagnosis and management of cancers that affect the female reproductive system. Gynecologic oncology surgeons are skilled surgeons, capable of performing a wide range of cancer operations using traditional methods, laser surgery, laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery. Robotic surgery, which is offered at St. Elizabeth, allows for improved recovery time, fewer side effects, and less pain for surgery patients. These skilled specialists are also experts in prescribing the appropriate chemotherapy for female gynecologic malignancies. Studies on outcomes from gynecologic cancers demonstrate that women treated by gynecologic oncologists have a better likelihood of prolonged survival than those receiving care from non-specialists. Gynecologic tumor conferences are held monthly to provide an avenue for discussing difficult and/or unusual cases. The conferences are chaired by the gynecologic oncologists and participation includes radiation therapists, medical oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, nurse practitioner, research nurse, staff nurses, and tumor registry staff. Tumor conferences of this type allow an entire team of experts to discuss treatment plans and assure patients are receiving the best care possible. The St. Elizabeth cancer program serves as an affiliate in the Gynecologic Oncology Group. The GOG — as it is called — is a national non-profit organization that promotes excellence in the scientific research of gynecological malignancies. We continue to enroll women in national research protocols involving cancer prevention and treatment. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of care for women with gynecologic cancers. The Neurological Oncology Clinic at St. Elizabeth is staffed by a neurological oncologist, a physician specializing in tumors of the brain and spinal cord. The neurological oncologist is an expert in prescribing and monitoring chemotherapy for these tumors. Patients suffering from neurological tumors receive one on one attention from the physician and staff for their complex problems. Multiple support staff is also available to help us assure all patient needs are addressed. Neurological tumor conferences are held weekly to discuss difficult and/or unusual cases. The conferences are chaired by the neurological oncologist and participation includes radiation therapists, medical oncologists, radiologists, neurological pathologist, neurologists, research nurse, staff nurses, and tumor registry staff. Tumor conferences of this type allow an entire team of experts to discuss these complex cases and assure patients are receiving the best care possible.