Together, we're providing access to new treatments for all kinds of complex conditions and advancing cancer care in Western Pennsylvania.
Cancer care is complicated, but it can be simpler when doctors work together. That's why the Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Cancer Institute and the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center got together.
We've teamed up with world-renowned transplant experts at Johns Hopkins Medicine and created a well-coordinated process from your initial evaluation through your recovery.
AHN patients have unprecedented access to the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy. In the rare chance a baby needs highly specialized care, the team at Johns Hopkins is available to treat rare and complex conditions through breakthrough fetal procedures.
Our OB-GYNs, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, and pediatricians collaborate regularly with the Johns Hopkins team — getting second opinions and access to hundreds of clinical trials. This teamwork ensures the best possible patient outcomes.
COPD is a progressive lung disease and a common reason for hospital admissions and readmissions. The goal of the collaboration is to further advance knowledge about COPD, promote earlier diagnosis, develop better treatments, and ultimately reduce hospitalization rates associated with the disease.