Conditions We Treat - The Institute for Cancer Care

Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy - Baltimore

Patients in the Baltimore area who seek the best cancer doctors often turn to Mercy’s team of dedicated cancer specialists. The Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy offers diagnosis and treatment options for many types of cancers - each treated by highly trained teams of oncology surgeons, nurses and specialists. Working in close collaboration, Mercy’s doctors provide patients an integrated approach to cancer care.

To learn more about the types of cancer we treat at Mercy Medical Center, please follow the links below to the condition(s) that may affect you or someone you know.

Breast Cancer

Learn more about breast cancer and treatment options at The Hoffberger Breast Center at Mercy.

NEXT: GI/Digestive Tract Cancers ›
GI/Digestive Tract Cancers

Gastrointestinal and digestive tract cancers are often complex and treatment options may vary depending on your individual clinical evaluation and diagnostic screenings.

  • Gastrointestinal Cancer – you may need to seek treatment from a:
  • Liver Cancer– you may need to seek treatment from a:
  • Pancreatic Cancer – you may need to seek treatment from a:
NEXT: Gynecologic Cancers ›
Gynecologic Cancers

The most common genital tract cancers include cervical, ovarian and uterine. The physician experts of The Gynecologic Oncology Center at Mercy offer patients laparoscopic, robotic and traditional surgery options to address these clinical conditions and others.

NEXT: Lung Cancer ›
Lung Cancer

Learn more about lung cancer and the treatment options offered by The Lung Center at Mercy.

NEXT: Peritoneal Cancer (HIPEC) ›
Peritoneal Cancer (HIPEC)

Mercy Medical Center is one of a select number of hospitals that offers HIPEC for patients with complex abdominal cancer. Learn more about peritoneal cancer and treatment options offered by Surgical Oncology at Mercy.

NEXT: Skin Cancer & Melanoma ›
Skin Cancer & Melanoma

Learn more about skin cancer and treatment options offered by The Melanoma and Skin Cancer Center at Mercy. Early diagnosis is a critical first-step to giving you the most successful possible outcome for skin cancer.

NEXT: Other Cancers ›
Other Cancers

Mercy’s experts treat a wide range of cancers, both common and rare. Learn more about your cancer
and the treatment options available to you at Mercy Medical Center.

Meet Our Doctors: Institute for Cancer Care
Medical Oncology and Hematology at Mercy - Baltimore, MD
Sandy Kotiah, M.D.

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Dr. Sandy Kotiah serves as the Director of The Neuroendocrine Tumor Center at Mercy and leads a multidisciplinary team of doctors focused on providing some of the best treatment options for rare neuroendocrine diseases.

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