Trouble with memory, attention and concentration problems, or processing information can develop during cancer treatment. City of Hope’s neuropsychological assessment services are available for patients experiencing cognitive difficulties related to treatment.
We provide the following services and support:
  • Specialized testing to help adult patients understand and manage cognitive challenges.
  • Pediatric neuropsychological assessment services to address learning difficulties that might affect how a child or teen is doing academically.
If you're interested in a consultation and assessment, speak to your City of Hope physician for a referral. 
To make an appointment for a private consultation, call 626-218-3842 or visit our office in the Main Medical Building, located left of the Sheri & Les Biller Patient and Family Resource Center.
The Women’s Center, located on the lower level of the Geri & Richard Brawerman Ambulatory Care Center, specializes in products for breast and gynecological cancers. To make an appointment for a private consultation, call 626-218-3842. Walk-ins are always welcome.