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1. Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center

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6 reviews
Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Care
5
Hygiene
5
Cleanliness
5

Address: 5255 Loughboro Rd NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 660-6500

Guy: Cancer treatment center


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Vincent Rigdon: Professional and caring.

Alex Jones: Doctors are non responsive . Couldn't find out why my wife had blood clots.

Andrew Adelson: Waiting hours for medication to be delivered. Go elsewhere if you can. Apparently the pharmacist is not familiar with chemotherapy. Go figure.

Maria Antonieta Cabrera Mansilla Rodrigues: THE MEDICACION DELAYS TOO MUCH AND TO SCHEDULE IS HARD.THEY ARE CONFUSED.

2. GW Radiation Oncology Center

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1 reviews
GW Radiation Oncology Center
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Care
5
Hygiene
5
Cleanliness
5

Address: 2150 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 715-5120

Guy: Oncologist


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3. Washington Cancer Institute

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6 reviews
Washington Cancer Institute
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Care
5
Hygiene
5
Cleanliness
5

Address: 110 Irving St NW C2149, Washington, DC 20010

Telephone: (202) 877-3901

Guy: Cancer treatment center


Review: "Doctors have too many patients to efficiently manage."

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Obianuju Efobi: The nurses are very nice but the pharmacy takes so much time to get the infusion bag ready. You need to include 3hrs in addition to infusion time.

Larry Howard: Some of the finest clinicians and nurses in the country. Works with in house and remote specialists from around the country to tailor care for the individual patient. Inpatient facility shows it’s age but the chemotherapy ward has attracted and maintains a staff second to none. When your oncologist calls you on the weekend to discuss your latest test results, you know it’s not just a job and you aren’t just a number. Complaints? Slow WiFi and inpatient food is not the best. Billing never seems to sort out secondary insurance until the second try.

M Reaves: Old facility that I hope I never have to visit as a patient. Typical big city hospital that deals more with volume than high quality care. Doctors have too many patients to efficiently manage.

4. MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

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2 reviews
MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Care
5
Hygiene
5
Cleanliness
5

Address: 3800 Reservoir Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007

Telephone: (202) 444-2223

Guy: Medical clinic


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5. Dr. John L. Marshall, MD

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3 reviews
Dr. John L. Marshall, MD
Facilities
4
Prices
4.4
Care
4.5
Hygiene
4.7
Cleanliness
4

Address: 3800 Reservoir Rd NW A, Washington, DC 20007

Telephone: (202) 444-2000

Guy: Oncologist


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Jan Hamilton: After 3 years utilizing Complementary/Integrative/Alternative modalities, Dr. Katharine Broome, Hematologist has declared that I am cancer free. My move from Aspen, Co. to Washington, DC was motivated when my "Conversion Therapy" case was docketed at the US Supreme Court after the Obergefell (2016) case ruling allowed same gender marriage in all 50 states. With the stress of meeting deadlines, I delayed the prescribed surgery radiation and chemotherapy ordered by Doug Rovira, Oncologist at Aspen Valley my home town, where I had been mandated to be cured of loving my future wife! I was able to utilize global modalities from India, Germany and France with Dr. Rob Krakowitz from Aspen, Co. Now I am seeking the "Cancer Aftercare" program at the Lombardi Cancer Center to build my immune system so that the MALT Lymphoma and Uterine cancers will not return at a later date. Thanks to Dr. Broome and the staff at Lombardi Cancer Center.

John Johnson: It has been over five years since I had my consultation with Dr. Marshall. I was in my post-surgical recovery and a friend drove me up to DC to see the good doctor. It was worth the drive and the wait. He took the time to explain several things that I had ahead of me for my general health and some things that I needed to do for myself. We talked for several minutes before we even began to discuss treatment. The most insightful thing he told me was the results he had from two case studies that were virtually identical to my case of colon cancer. Stage, location of tumor, surgical procedure, and near term post-surgical recovery were all the same. He said the only thing missing was my biopsy report on the genetic code for my cancer and he had that narrowed down to two with - in his words - a "smoking gun" pointing to one of the two. When the lab results came back he was right on all counts. The most significant thing about the studies which at the time were only a few years old (one concluded in 2003 the other in 2005, I believe) and looked at the mortality rates of cancer patients who elected to have chemo and or radiation as a post surgical treatment. Both studies pointed to a reduced survival rate in those who took the chemo/radiation. When he told me that I said, "Thanks, doc. Good talking to you." as I got up to leave. I was joking a bit and sat back down as he said that was the right attitude and the right choice in his opinion. What I have come to learn on my own after this brush with cancer and learning more and more every day about many forms of cancer is that chemo and radiation are awful ways to treat cancer. Dr. Marshall, being a research scientist in the medical field, is not shackled to the treatments pushed by oncologists and the AMA. Big pharma just wants patients to treat. They don't make any money when a doctor sends you out the door without a Rx slip in your hand or an appointment to come back for a port and a dozen potentially painful, tiring, and dangerous chemo or radiation treatments. Dr. Marshall did me a life saving favor by sharing the information he had and an honest opinion on my treatment options. My advice to anyone undergoing cancer treatment is that you make an appointment for a second opinion with a university medical center research specialist who doesn't rely on the pharmaceutical companies for bonuses, funding, and perks. For Dr. Marshall specifically, I would like to thank you for the time we spent discussing my case and to say I'm sorry that it took me so long to find this site to post a review.

joan stanfield: Dr Marshall is a brillant and caring doctor, hard to find both characteristics in one doctor!

6. Murtha Cancer Center

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1 reviews
Murtha Cancer Center
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Care
5
Hygiene
5
Cleanliness
5

Address: 4494 Palmer Rd N, Bethesda, MD 20814

Telephone: (301) 295-4000

Guy: Cancer treatment center


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Ramon Taylor: Timely appointments good explanation of what’s going on, friendly staff and a doctor who actually listens

7. Inova Schar Cancer Institute (Dept of Fairfax Hospital)

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23 reviews
Inova Schar Cancer Institute (Dept of Fairfax Hospital)
Facilities
5
Prices
4.6
Care
4.9
Hygiene
4.9
Cleanliness
4.2

Address: 8081 Innovation Park Dr, Fairfax, VA 22031

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (571) 472-4724

Guy: Cancer treatment center


Review: Their website mentions state-of-the and in the washington

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Josie “Girl Tech Mafia” Romero: Very nice staff and the office was clean but good has a facelift. It was not particularly notable and interactions with receptionist and doctor were fine but the patient coordinator/nurse truly stood Out. Very intelligent, even funny during a very difficult time in someone’s life and that is quite admirable!

mody ndiaye: Today was my second time at this place, and its always nice and clean, due to covid-19 they will check you temperature 🌡 before entering the building. My visit was to the cancer and blood disorder section, and the nurse drawing my little princess 👸 blood was really got at what she was doing, and my princesses doctor is very nice and she always give us very informative answer, and she's always asking us if we have more questions. Doctor Cathy is really great with kids as well 👏 .

Neveen Abel-Jalil: Have been a great facility throughout my 5 months treatment anywhere from the friendly staff, to clean bathrooms, to availability of supplies, and parking. Most significantly to note, is the wonderful nurses that have been nothing short of outstanding in their attention to detail, care, and knowledge. Wouldn’t be this positive or rested without them. I highly appreciate the work they do. Really recommend this facility.

Barbara Leary: I underwent 7 weeks of radiation therapy in June-July 2019 as a follow-up to brain surgery to remove an aggressive meningioma. My neurosurgeon referred me to Dr. Samir Kanani at Inova Schar. I did plenty of due diligence on my own, and then went with the recommendation. Dr. Kanani took plenty of time to explain my options, share the pros and cons and potential side effects of different approaches, and then put together a plan. He's a radiation nerd in the very best sense, with a keen interest in current research and a strong commitment to putting together the best, most precise treatment plan. And he has a personable, congenial manner with patients. I liked and trusted him immediately, and throughout treatment my trust never wavered. I felt very well cared for by Dr. Kanani, and the entire staff at the Institute: from the receptionists to the nursing staff to the technicians. A year later, and there is no sign of the tumor recurring. So far so good. But if I ever need treatment again, I'll be going back. Highly recommend.

Madelein Montes: While the Inova Schar cancer institute boasts an impressive new facility, new technologies and a comprehensive approach to cancer care, sadly it seems to have been at the expense of a commitment to quality patient care and attention. So far, the actual care and attention to existing patients has been disappointing. As someone who has a family member that has been receiving chemotherapy with Inova for over a year, the change in individualized patient care for us dramatically shifted once the infusion clinics and doctors offices moved to Inova Schar. Previously, the attention and care infusion patients would recieve was exceptional. From the friendly front desk staff, to the nurses and NPs who would stop into the room every few minutes to check up on patients and their families—the care and commitment to the patient was evident. Now, the same great nurses and staff are there, but sadly the increase in patient load has affected this once amazing patient care experience. The old infusion clinics would have about 15-20 rooms with patients to look after, but now, with the infusion floor at Schar, there can be easily 50 patients in rooms at one time. Sometimes you don’t even get a small room! You are put on a chair in the middle of the infusion clinic to receive your chemo. There is now less privacy, attention to detail, and care on the infusion floor. There is also an odd feeling of isolation throughout the halls and floors of Inova Schar; one that makes you feel increasingly like a number instead of a patient. The same lack of individualized patient care is seen when trying to do a simple task like trying to contact your medical team. Previously, patients could call their doctor’s office directly, easily speak to a nurse or get a call back. Now, calls are diverted to a call center first, and it is virtually impossible to speak with a nurse without a ridiculous hold time. Long gone are the days of simply calling your doctors main office or direct line to speak to someone. This beaurocratic process puts an unecessary burden on patients who are already going through so much and makes it easier for some to fall through the cracks. The smaller clinics and practices provided the quality of care one would expect a cancer patient to receive, but now, I’m not sure if that’s the same goal for Inova Schar, especially for existing patients.

TVI COMS: Completely inaccessible to persons who use public transit. The large facility is set back off Gallows and there are no sidewalks connecting the institute to Gallows. The drive off Gallows takes you through a wooded area. Those who don’t drive and have to use public transit cannot safely get to the buildings. Awful for those who are trying to stay active and independent by walking and taking the bus, or those who have no choice. INOVA did not put any bus stops in the facility and the 401 that runs off Gallows cannot be accessed because the long road has no accompanying sidewalks. Truly heartbreaking that Inova would exclude people from cancer treatment who rely off public transit or need to walk there. Clearly, this place is meant for those who only drive and not those of us who, due to our medical situation, cannot drive. Poorly planned and discriminatory. If you have to get radiation everyday, you will spend a lot on rides coming here. I ended up going to a different radiation facility about four miles from Inova that was accessible and my oncologist there said it is so important to get out and walk everyday. His office is on bus lines, with sidewalks to his building, and does not exclude those who don’t drive. Very sad Inova does not have the same mind set for equal access.

Jac S: The Schar Cancer Institute is a beautiful building with all the bells and fluff; however, they have bankers hours. As a medical facility one would think, the hours of operation would be a 12-14 hour period (7am-7pm or 7am-9pm) everyday of the week. It's a bit disappointing

ermias merid: Beautiful building with enough parking space.

Susanna Crouch: Prestine new facility to launch in Q1/2 2019, campus is gorgeous and provides a truly cutting edge approach to cancer care. The CEO of the facility clearly has a passion for patients and a mission to provide innovative care with translational biomarker/genetics focus to direct treatment options. Patients can expect this facility to be a comprehensive approach with all functional capabilities on one campus (lab, imaging, surgery, genetics testing, office visits, patient navigation, specialty pharmacy etc)

Nadia Khokhar: The med assistants at this practice are great!

8. Smith Center for Healing and the Arts

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12 reviews
Smith Center for Healing and the Arts
Facilities
4.7
Prices
4.7
Care
4.7
Hygiene
4.7
Cleanliness
4.3

Address: 1632 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 483-8600

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: "The Young Adult Cancer Survivorship support group and programs ..."

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Tyler Jachetta: I really don't know if I can think of a resource that has been more useful to me in my journey with cancer and cancer treatment. The Young Adult Cancer Survivorship support group and programs are so, so, so good, the staff have become tireless travel companions as I learn to navigate my life. I can't thank the staff and volunteers here enough. There aren't enough stars, there really aren't.

Robert Weinstein: This is a wonderful little gallery currently with an over the top exhibit

Ellen O'Hanlon: I can't say enough good things about this amazing place, the people and what they offer!!!

Dayna Rowden: Great place with a great mission.

Marina: Art, creativity, support & love♥️♥️♥️

9. The Tate Cancer Center at UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center

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13 reviews
The Tate Cancer Center at UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center
Facilities
4.7
Prices
4.4
Care
4.2
Hygiene
4.5
Cleanliness
4.9

Address: 305 Hospital Dr, Glen Burnie, MD 21061

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7:30AM

Telephone: (410) 553-8100

Guy: Cancer treatment center


Review: "But the women in the radiation center made me feel so loved and ..."

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nathan hans: Dr. Markan and the Tate Cancer Center have given me five star treatment since my Breast Cancer diagnosis February 2020. I have been fortunate to participate in two Clinical Trials at the direction of Dr. Markan. I am taking Verzenio a Clinical Trial supported by the Lily Foundation. The Tate Cancer has a clean comfortable Infusion room offering warm blankets and snacks and the most caring nurses anyone could ask for. The healing garden offers support for Cancer Survivors. You are always warmly greeted at the door. Valet parking is free for all Cancer Patients. Linda C. #breastcancersurvivor
Response: That's wonderful, Nathan! Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us!

Faithfull Hood: When I was younger my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer, as a little kid knowing what my mom was going through it was really hard. So many changes. But the women in the radiation center made me feel so loved and made not just me but my mom feel so welcomed and an amount of love that can't even be explained. I was really young and I can't remember their names but I hope they see this. And not just the women, the doctors and nurses every person in that building. Thank you for putting a smile on our faces everyday ❤
Response: Thank you for your kind words! We are happy to hear about your experience and appreciate you allowing us to care for your mother. We will be sure to sure to pass this along to our staff.

Steve Kosker: The radiation oncology people are absolutely terrific to deal with. They are accommodating and understanding. Very helpful in dealing with the side effects, sometimes it seems they are more concerned about my pain than I am myself. Highly recommend. Would give 6 stars out of 5 if I could.
Response: Hi Steve, Thank you for your feedback. We're very happy to hear you've had a good experience with us!

Bob funk: Great staff , started coming in 2013. They are keeping close watch over me and I'm thankful for it. Oncologists team are top notch.
Response: That's wonderful, Bob! Thank you so much for sharing your experience!

Joseph Schulz: I was treated there with both chemo and radiation. Great, staff and doctors! However, when there on 4/3/18 to get blood work. New set up and is very poor service. Let me and others waiting while they talked. Had to go ask ask what was the hold up. Woman ask if I signed in which I did. She went to check and stated I couldn't have. I was 1st on list which had grown while waiting. Finely took me back to draw blood. Sat me down and started talking to each other again. I ask if I should come back when they were done. Woman said very nasty no! After drawing I told them either former treatment people and especially people in treatment don't need to spend any more time waiting. Spend enough time in doctors offices. No response from either women. Went out in waiting room and told everybody to go back and tell them you are waiting. People went back and did so. They started calling name after this. People in treatment are sick, tired and just want to go home!!!

Cynthia Johnson: You obviously aren't at your best or you wouldn't need their services. The staff and Dr.s are so compassionate. I would recommend this place.

Tony Rogers: This exp sucked. But the people were awesome. I mean your dragging in there everyday and you forget sometimes why you are there. Greatstaff

Donna Melotti: DR. HANLEY WAS THE BEST! Recommended him to several people

Peggy Oates: Pleasant staff, attentative, patient and friendly.

KeKe: They are wonderful group of people.