UNC REX Cancer Care consists of several clinics and specialty programs. Our board-certified physicians, oncology-certified specialists and advanced practice providers (APPs) work together to treat all types of adult cancers. Your care team may include a variety of specialists from these different groups.
Hematology & Medical Oncology
Our experts at REX Hematology Oncology Associates specialize in treating patients with cancer and blood disorders. We offer advanced diagnostics, pathology and state-of-the-art treatment of hematological malignancies and benign disorders. Our network of practices across the Triangle offers several convenient options for treatment.
Learn more about hematology and medical oncology services.
Oncology Infusion & Lab Services
UNC REX Hospital Oncology Infusion services are offered at each of the REX Hematology Oncology Associates locations in Wake County (Raleigh, Blue Ridge, Cary, Garner, Wakefield). The infusion unit features reclining chairs and is designed to make treatment as comfortable as possible, whether you prefer quiet time to relax or time to socialize with family and friends.
We offer a variety of infusion services, including:
- Blood Transfusions
- Blood Product Transfusions
- Drug Infusions/Injections
In addition, UNC REX Hospital is home to a nationally accredited on-site laboratory which provides a variety of tests in convenient locations for patients. REX Hospital laboratory services are offered at each of the REX Hematology Oncology Associates locations.
Our experts at REX-UNC Radiation Oncology specialize in developing radiation treatment plans for patients using cutting-edge technology. We treat all types of cancers by using high energy radiation therapy to kill tumor cells and preserve function to other parts of the body. Our network of practices across the Triangle offers several convenient options for treatment.
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Our surgeons specialize in treating specific cancers and play a key role in diagnosis and treatment. We provide advanced surgical cancer care by performing minimally invasive procedures to remove tumors and preserve function to other parts of the body.
Learn more about surgical oncology services.
From discovery to recovery, the REX Comprehensive Breast Care Program is here to take care of you. Our compassionate team of experts will provide you with a personalized care plan and meet regularly to discuss your treatment. We also provide a patient care navigator who can answer your questions, help you keep track of your appointments, connect you with support services and address any concerns that arise during your care.
UNC REX Healthcare meets national standards for excellence in breast care. You can trust our established approach for your breast cancer treatment because we're:
Learn more about treatment options through the REX Comprehensive Breast Care Program or call (919) 784-6878.
Our experts at UNC Gynecologic Oncology at REX specialize in the treatment of cervical, uterine, ovarian and other gynecologic cancers. Our specialists meet with patients at UNC REX to conduct consultations and perform minimally invasive surgeries. These physicians work with other specialists, as part of your comprehensive care team, to develop a personalized care plan that fits your lifestyle.
Learn more about gynecologic oncology services.
Prostate is the most common cancer found in American men. That’s why our trusted cancer specialists work very closely with urologists across the community to plan the best course of treatment for each individual patient. Every man’s unique health issues and personal situation are considered. Treatment is highly personalized and targeted to achieve the best results by using the most advanced technologies.
Learn more about prostate cancer treatment at UNC REX.
Cancer Genetics Program
UNC REX Cancer Care offers a Cancer Genetics Program for patients interested in exploring genetic links to cancer. With this service, patients meet with a genetic counselor to discuss medical and family history. We will help assess and explore any clinical risks associated with an inherited predisposition to cancer.