It was my dream since childhood to become a doctor.
George Hajjar, M.D., says watching his mother face the challenges of breast cancer inspired him to pursue training in medical oncology and instilled the importance of compassionate care. This makes him an ideal fit for City of Hope, which he calls, “the place where I belong.”
Dr. Hajjar received his medical degree from Aleppo University in Syria and continued his training at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. Before joining City of Hope, he spent a decade serving the community of Porterville, California, at the Sierra View Cancer Treatment Center.
Dr. Hajjar is regional medical director of San Fernando Valley and Ventura County. He handles patients with hematology and general medical oncology at Santa Clarita clinical network location.
Ratings and reviews below are gathered from the Press Ganey Clinician and Group Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CG CAHPS) survey. CG CAHPS is a standardized survey that is used to measure a patient's experience in the physician office setting. Ratings are an average of all responses to questions about a provider's care, with 5 stars being the highest.
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Dr Hajjar is a good dr & explains things so I understand. - Verified patient
I went to this provider for a second opinion and he went above and beyond.. Thank you - Verified patient
Listens to all my concerns, and is willing to work with me in regards to medication - Verified patient
Dr. Hajjar is a awesome at what he does! He cares for me and a partner in my health care. - Verified patient
I have other friends going to the city of hope - Verified patient