Cancer Care

The Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center proudly offers a complete range of world-class services, from innovative cancer prevention programs to today’s most sophisticated treatments, including the region’s only TomoTherapy radiation oncology system.

Our experienced team of providers includes nationally recognized experts in medical oncology, surgical oncology, gynecologic oncology, and hematology, as well as specialized nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers, genetic counselors, and much more. Together, we offer a comprehensive, team approach that places the highest emphasis on personalized care to meet the unique needs of each individual patient. Visit Cancer Center site.

Office Locations:

Patient Services

Breast Cancer Program

Bleeding Disorders Center

Cutaneous Oncology Program

Endocrine Neoplasia Program

Gastrointestinal (GI) Program

Genitourinary Cancer Program

Gynecologic Oncology

Head and Neck Cancer/Oral Oncology Program

Hematologic Disorders

“I think I was very fortunate that my treatment was taking place at UConn Health because I think it’s very important that treatment takes place in a highly advanced setting which UConn Health very much is.”

— Michel Gueret

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“[The oncologists] go through one person's case and actually debate with one another the course of action that they think is best for that patient … which is amazing! It’s not just the same course of action for everybody … they do their research and make sure they do the best possible options for me. It was like personal service … love them!”

— Abbie O’Brien

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Fast Facts

UConn Health first won Commission on Cancer approval in 1977 and has maintained that status ever since.

The Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Clinical and Translational Breast Program, has been granted a three-year/Full accreditation designation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), a program administered by the American College of Surgeons. 

A doctor talks to his patient and spouse at UConn Health