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Baptist Health Cancer Care: South Florida's Cancer Experts

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Baptist Health Cancer Care: South Florida's Cancer Experts

| 10/1/2022

Should a screening test lead to a cancer diagnosis, patients can seek treatment from Baptist Health Cancer Care. Miami Cancer Institute and Lynn Cancer Institute are partners in Baptist Health Cancer Care and have integrated their programs to become the largest provider of cancer services in South Florida.

U.S. News & World Report has recognized Miami Cancer Institute and Lynn Cancer Institute as top healthcare facilities in the nation for cancer care. Miami Cancer Institute earned honors as a High-Performing oncology program, ranking it in the top 10 percent of cancer centers in America. Both Miami Cancer Institute and Lynn Cancer Institute earned High-Performing ratings for colon cancer surgery.

As South Florida’s only member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance, Miami Cancer Institute matches its care standards with those of the world-renowned experts at Memorial Sloan Kettering. Through this partnership, patients also have access to select clinical trials that originate at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

For patients with breast cancer, Baptist Health Cancer Care offers expert teams of academically trained, board-certified surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and plastic reconstructive surgeons who subspecialize in breast care. These professionals, supported by a team of advanced practice providers, are dedicated to providing patients with expert, compassionate breast cancer care. Similar subspecialty teams focus on lung, prostate and other types of cancer.

Talk to your primary care physician about cancer screening recommendations that are appropriate for your gender, stage of life and family history. For more information about cancer screenings and Baptist Health’s network of imaging facilities, visit our website: BaptistHealth.net/CancerCare.

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