Blood Disorders & Cancer Care

Oncology & Hematology

Overlook Oncology Center provides care for blood disorders and all stages of cancer treatment by board-certified oncologists and hematologists. We offer a comprehensive range of diagnostic, educational and therapeutic services. Our state of the art facilities are located at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, New Jersey. The practice offers a full service laboratory and an experienced nursing staff with specialty certifications by the Oncology Nursing Society. Our kind and caring staff, which has been honored by the American Cancer Society for outstanding patient care, will help you choose the right treatment for you. For more information see our, Overlook Oncology Center website.


Office Locations

Overlook Oncology Center Website
Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Overlook Medical Center
99 Beauvoir Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901
Phone (908) 608-0078 •  Fax: (908) 608-1504
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New Location

Atlantic Medical Group Hematology Oncology- MDA Union Campus
1000 Galloping Hill Road, Suite 204, Union, NJ 07083
Phone (908) 608-0078
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Doctors Serving Union Campus

Services Offered

The team delivers the most current chemotherapy and biologic therapies, almost all of which can be administered directly in the comfort of the outpatient setting.

Providing care to the patient with a cancer diagnosis has become more specialized and complicated over the past few years. The National Cancer Institute now has more than 500 drugs and/or chemicals used in the treatment of the oncology patient. Because of the rapid growth in providing up-to-date care for our patients, our physicians have begun to specialize in the individual cancer types most commonly seen, including breast cancer, gastrointestinal malignancies, lung cancer, non-Hodgkins' lymphomas and leukemias.

Patients have access to the latest technologies that provide the most accurate diagnosis and staging of cancer. Once we evaluate a patient's condition, we explain our findings in a clear and simple manner. Then we discuss treatment options--including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and available clinical trials, or any combination of these—and together design a plan that is best suited for each individual patient.

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