The Division of Medical Oncology provides innovative, personalized patient care through the The Ohio State University Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. As part The Ohio State University, the Division of Medical Oncology is making research advances leading to better treatments and enlightening caregivers and the community through creative education. We strive to meet the individual needsof patients and their families through our educational and outreach efforts as well as specialized services for patients.
For in-depth information about The Ohio State University Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, click on one of the links below:
To search for doctors by cancer type or office location, visit the Find a Doctor directory.
In addition to providing quality healthcare services, the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute offers conveniences you will appreciate when you or a loved one are in the hospital and away from the comforts of home. Many patient and visitor services are available to you – including a family waiting area on each inpatient floor, day rooms on several floors, food services and an outpatient pharmacy, to name just a few.
For more information, select from the patient and visitor services links above or call our guest services coordinator at 614-293-8609.
For information on clinical trials and how to enroll, please visit: https://internalmedicine.osu.edu/medicaloncology/clinical-trials/
Call JamesCare for Life at 614-293-6428 for more information and to confirm meeting dates and locations prior to attending. Or, visit http://cancer.osu.edu/patient-support/activities-and-classes/
JamesCare Support Connections
JamesCare Support Connections offers an opportunity to make the journey through cancer survivorship in the company of others who have experienced similar health concerns. Groups are facilitated by licensed healthcare professionals from the OSUCCC – James and Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center. Some groups may include occasional guest speakers and presentations.
Groups are open to caregivers unless otherwise noted.
The groups available are:
Many people affected by cancer form meaningful connections online. The OSUCCC – James has collaborated with Omni Health Media by joining their newly developed online social media community called Cancer Connect. Cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and advocates can participate in more than 60 disease-specific national communities or take part in discussions with only members of the OSUCCC – James network.
Members can learn from cancer experts, ask questions, share experiences and connect with others in a secure, confidential environment.
Cancer survivors include those who have been diagnosed with cancer and the people in their lives who are touched by the diagnosis. Survivorship begins the day of diagnosis and continues throughout life. It includes the physical, emotional, and practical issues of living with cancer.
The National Cancer Institute estimates that by the year 2020, there will be approximately 20 million cancer survivors. Issues faced by survivors go beyond the medical diagnosis and its treatment. To assist you with your survivorship needs, The James offers this folder of information with resources that you may need to help you along your cancer journey.
We know that survivorship is important and our goal is to offer you the information, support and resources you need to help you along your cancer journey. We are dedicated to providing personalized care to meet your unique needs and look forward to serving you.
More information can be found by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling The James Line at 800-293-5066 (toll-free).
To pay your bill online or for information on financial assistance and payment plan options, please visit The Wexner Medical Center’s Online Bill Pay website.