An NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center

CITY OF HOPE ORANGE COUNTY

MOVING IN ON CANCER

City of Hope is delivering on its promise to Orange County patients and their families by developing a $1 billion comprehensive cancer campus that will bring highly specialized cancer care, clinical trials, precision medicine and early detection to the community.
 
The state-of-the art campus in Irvine is expected to open in 2021 – sooner than initially planned. City of Hope is answering the call to extend its personalized care, leading-edge research and lifesaving treatments to Orange County.

CITY OF HOPE
ORANGE COUNTY'S FIRST PHYSICIAN

We’re excited to announce that Wade Smith, M.D., has joined City of Hope’s medical oncology team and is practicing out of our Fountain Valley office at 18111 Brookhurst Street, Suite 1100.
 
To contact the clinic, call 949-763-2204.

CITY OF HOPE IN THE COMMUNITY

Introducing the City of Hope wishing trees to Orange County at Susan G. Komen’s inaugural MORE THAN PINK Walk.

NEW IRVINE CAMPUS

City of Hope, a world-renowned independent research and treatment center for cancer, is answering the call to bring its pioneering treatments, scientific breakthroughs and compassionate care to Orange County.
 
In partnership with FivePoint, an owner and developer of large mixed-use, master-planned communities in California, City of Hope is developing a $1 billion comprehensive cancer campus in Irvine that is scheduled to open
in 2021. The cancer campus will bring highly specialized care, clinical trials, precision medicine and early detection closer to home.
 
The campus on 11 acres will include Orange County’s only specialty hospital exclusively focused on treating and curing cancer, which will open in 2025.
 
City of Hope Orange County will include:
  • An outpatient center offering diagnostic imaging and screenings, precision medicine and early detection, medical oncology, and much more
  • A clinical research center offering phase I-III clinical trials
  • Personalized supportive care services, upheld as a model for other institutions across the country, to address physical and emotional issues that can arise during treatment 
  • Access to a wide range of solid tumor and blood cancer specialists dedicated to finding the best treatments for each patient
  • Additional clinical locations that will provide medical oncology and infusion services

NEWPORT BEACH 2020

Adding to our world-class network, City of Hope will open our first Orange County location at 1601 Avocado Avenue in Newport Beach in early 2020.
 
The 12,500-square-foot-clinic at Fashion Island will house a state-of-the-art infusion center and medical and surgical oncology services, with a focus on breast cancer treatment. Specialists with deep expertise within other cancer types – from prevalent to rare – will also rotate into the clinic regularly to offer convenient consultation.
 
Services include:
  • An infusion center offering a comfortable setting for treatments
  • A precision cancer prevention and early detection program
  • Access to phase I through III clinical trials
  • Supportive care and survivorship programs
"We’re making a big promise to our community: Bring tomorrow’s discoveries to the people who need them today. We’re speeding research and discoveries straight to Orange County, and we are all in. Patients, families, physicians, researchers, and champions in the fight...Together, we can beat cancer."
 
Annette M. Walker
President, City of Hope Orange County
 
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