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CITY OF HOPE ORANGE COUNTY

Updated COVID-19 Visitor Policy

At City of Hope, your health is our highest priority, and we’re taking preventative measures to protect our patients, caregivers, staff and visitors as the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, including a new “no visitor" policy, effective Wednesday, March 25.
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MOVING IN ON CANCER

To find out more about our services or schedule an appointment at City of Hope Newport Beach, call 949-763-2204.

City of Hope is delivering on its promise of speeding lifesaving treatments to Orange County with the opening of its location in Newport Beach, California. Located at 1601 Avocado Avenue, City of Hope is bringing the latest in personalized therapies, highly specialized physicians and nationally recognized compassionate care to the region.
 

City of Hope is moving in on cancer, and it's all beginning right now.

Meet the science that's fighting cancer

 
"Each cancer is unique, which is why we assembled a roster of outstanding researchers and physicians who provide targeted treatments for specific cancer diagnoses." - Ravi Salgia, M.D., Ph.D.
City of Hope | Newport Beach is home to many of the nation’s leading clinician-scientists who are transforming laboratory breakthroughs into treatments to offer the best hope for patients.
 
They are backed by a powerful research environment that speeds the development of new drugs and interventions to the bedside, allowing patients to access the latest advances in cancer care, including more than 500 clinical trials this year. Each cancer is unique, which is why we assembled a roster of outstanding researchers and physicians who provide targeted treatments for specific cancer diagnoses.

A campus of the future

Orange County City of Hope Irvine Campus
 
Last year, City of Hope announced a plan to invest $1 billion to develop and operate a 21st century comprehensive cancer campus in Irvine and a network of care that will provide residents unprecedented access to leading-edge medicine. City of Hope leaders and volunteers are engaging the philanthropic community to help make this vision a reality.
 
Our comprehensive cancer campus at Irvine’s FivePoint Gateway is scheduled to open in 2021. This expansive site is being developed in partnership with FivePoint, an owner and developer of large mixed-use, master-planned communities in California.
 
The cancer campus will bring highly specialized care, clinical trials, precision medicine, and early detection closer to home. Housed on 11 acres, it will include Orange County’s only specialty hospital exclusively focused on treating and curing cancer, which will open in 2025.
 
Look for:
  • 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

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