Why Choose Us for Bladder Cancer Treatment?

At the Cancer Institute, our specialists have you at the heart of everything we do. Our physicians, oncologists, and researchers have devoted their careers to diagnosing and treating diseases of the urinary tract. This high level of specialization gives us the expertise and experience to find an effective treatment solution for you.

Bladder cancer: our approach to care

Patients come to the Cancer Institute for our exceptional care and the advanced, minimally invasive bladder cancer treatment options we offer. At the Cancer Institute, you can expect:

  • Patient-centered care: We meet with you and your family to discuss the details of your treatment plan so you feel assured and informed. Our physicians invite you to audio record your visits, so you can refer to them when you need to. We pride ourselves on open communication with our patients.
  • Quality treatment close to home: You don’t have to travel far to get the comprehensive bladder care you need. You can focus your energy on fighting the cancer, not on traveling.
  • Integrated team: You benefit from the combined experience of urologists (doctors who specialize in urinary tract disorders), radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, and researchers.
  • Support services: Our robust support services include support groups, electronic medical records, palliative care, and cancer genetics. These services help you live the best quality of life while you receive treatment. Learn more about our support services.

Bladder cancer: diagnosis and treatment

Confirming and understanding your diagnosis is the most important step in deciding what course of action is best for you. Learn more about bladder cancer diagnosis.

At the Cancer Institute, our experienced team uses the latest tools and research advances to provide a comprehensive treatment plan. Find out more about bladder cancer treatment.

Contact us

Call the AHN Cancer Help Line anytime at (412) NURSE-4-U (412) 687-7348 to schedule a cancer-related appointment or to just talk with our nurses about diagnoses, treatments, and side effects.