Surgeons can operate to remove some tumors. Surgery isn’t always drastic. In some cases, minimally invasive surgeries can be the most effective.
An innovative, personal approach to treating cancer and blood disorders, with advanced treatments and equipment.
Working closely with medical oncologists, surgeons and other doctors to coordinate your care.
The latest in high-tech services, and quick scheduling for outstanding customer service and patient care.
Fully accredited and certified Laboratory and Pathology Department at Lexington Medical Center provides fast, reliable results.
Certified hospitalists specializing in internal medicine and caring for hospitalized patients.
Works together alongside your physician to develop the best course of treatment to regain as much mobility and independence as possible.
Dedicated to giving you compassionate care while preventing and treating cognitive and neurological disorders.
Our approach includes nurse navigators for emotional and logistical support, stress-relieving therapies, and practical support for finances, legal documents, and transportation.
The Lexington Medical Center Brain Tumor Program is led by Johnathan A. Engh, MD, FAANS.Learn More