UnityPoint Health - Blank Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders
Today's Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
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The pediatric oncology and hematology team at Blank Children's Hospital consists of specially trained health care providers dedicated to caring for childhood cancer and blood disorders. Our physicians, nurses, child life specialists and staff will work together to provide the latest treatments in a family-centered care environment.
Our Blank Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders is affiliated with the Children's Oncology Group, which enables cancer centers from across the country to share information about the latest blood disorder and cancer treatment available. This means children receive the same, sophisticated care here in central Iowa that they would receive at other leading children's cancer centers.
About Blank Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders
Designed just for kids, Blank Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders provides comprehensive and coordinated medical care for children by a multi-disciplinary team of pediatric specialists. Our family-friendly clinic provides the best possible health care for children and their families. Adjacent to our clinic is the Blank Children's Infusion Center, conveniently located should your child need infusion treatments. It is imperative that our patients come on time for their appointments so please plan to arrive to the clinic 10 minutes before an appointment at Blank Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders.
National Recognition for Quality Care
Blank Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders has received NCQA Recognition as a Patient-Centered Specialty Practice (PCSP). They are the first pediatric cancer center in the nation to earn this distinction.
Research plays a large role in cancer care. UnityPoint Health – Blank Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders is able to provide Iowans with the opportunity to participate in national and international research studies through the Children’s Oncology Group (COG).