Our team understands that children with cancer have unique physical and emotional needs. We work with each patient and their family to tailor exceptional clinical care, cancer research and family support. From the moment of diagnosis to treatment and long-term follow-up, our goal is to bring together a team of cancer experts to give your child their best opportunity for care, hope and a cure.
Call (615) 936-1762 for referrals and appointments.
Programs and Services
Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program
Customizing cancer treatment, support and follow-up is helping us achieve better outcomes for teens and young adults.
Brain Tumor Program
Our Pediatric Brain Tumor Program is designed for young patients and their families. Brain tumors in children are rare. It is important to seek care from a team with experience and training in caring exclusively for children and teens.
Childhood Cancer Program
The Children's Cancer Program is dedicated to providing the most promising therapies and advancing research in childhood cancers.
Hemostasis and Thrombosis Clinic
The mission of the Vanderbilt Hemostasis Clinic is to provide the highest quality treatment and compassionate care for children and adults with bleeding disorders.
Because sarcomas are rare, it's important for families to seek care at a place like Children's Hospital with highly trained experts in this form of cancer. We serve as a large referral center for the region, treating about 30 new sarcoma patients each year.
Sickle Cell Center for Excellence
We are bringing together experts at treating sickle cell disease under one roof. The center combines the services into one clinic, your medical home for a lifetime of care.
Stem Cell Transplant Program
We understand the hopes and fears families face when deciding on a stem cell transplant. Our promise is to be with you at every step, from initial consultation to long-term follow-up.
REACH for Survivorship Clinic
A joint program of Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, and Vanderbilt University Department of Pediatrics. The REACH for Survivorship Program is Middle Tennessee’s first dedicated cancer survivorship clinic. It is the first in the nation to provide services for all survivors, regardless of age at diagnosis, type of cancer, or where they received their treatment.
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