Evaluation and Treatment Center

City of Hope's Evaluation and Treatment Center (ETC) is a highly specialized facility that offers comprehensive, around-the-clock care for cancer-related emergencies or other unexpected needs. Located in the Geri & Richard Brawerman Ambulatory Care Center at the main campus in Duarte, California, the ETC is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. This ensures that our patients have access to the care they need, regardless of the time or day of the week.

With a distinguished legacy of serving patients for over a decade, the ETC stands out as the only urgent care center dedicated to cancer on the West Coast, providing a unique and vital service to our community. Our facility has 15 private treatment beds and state-of-the-art technology and resources.

We recognize that navigating cancer emergencies can be a harrowing experience for patients and their families. Consequently, we dedicate ourselves to providing emotional support and a comfortable and welcoming environment. Our highly skilled team delivers personalized, empathetic care to our patients experiencing hematologic, oncologic, chemotherapy, immunotherapy and transplant-related complications. In addition, our health professionals are specially trained in recognizing and managing cancer-related emergencies and work closely with the primary cancer teams to ensure patients get the best-coordinated care during their visits.

Our Urgent Care Team

Dr. Gentiluomo
Jesse M. Gentiluomo, M.D.
Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine

Jesse Gentiluomo, M.D., is an associate clinical professor, department of medicine.

Santander-Maria

Maria Santander, M.D., is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medical Specialist and Hospitalist at City of Hope Medical Center in Southern California.

Headshot of City of Hope physician Allen Yang
Allen Yang, D.O.
Evaluation and Treatment Center and Supportive Care Medicine Physician

Allen Yang, D.O. is an Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine at City of Hope, Duarte

Zourabian-Michael

Michael Zourabian, M.D., assistant clinical professor, Department of Medicine | City of Hope in Southern California.

  • Elizabeth Bernadi, PA
  • Hetzabel Hernandez, PA
  • Lily Luu, NP