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Pediatric Oncology and Hematology

Beaumont Children's pediatric oncology and hematology specialists offer comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for infants, children, adolescents and young adults with nearly every type of childhood cancer or blood disorder. Our specialists offer the most advanced approaches to treatment of these conditions, while never losing sight of the compassionate patient and family-centered care that is the hallmark of all we do.

In 2017, we opened the doors to the Skandalaris Treatment Family Center for Children with Cancer and Blood Disorders. Conveniently located on the campus of Corewell Health William Beaumont University Hospital, on the second floor of the Proton Therapy Center, our pediatric oncology and hematology program features a child-friendly atmosphere and includes a full-service outpatient infusion area where patients can receive transfusions and chemotherapy treatments. Our short-stay clinic offers patients the ability to complete treatment throughout the day and evening hours without having to stay overnight or return in the morning.

In addition to the latest approaches and technology, Beaumont pediatric oncologists and hematologists are committed to offering each patient personalized care and unparalleled compassion in a convenient and friendly atmosphere designed with families in mind.

The Pediatric Oncology Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic

This clinic is comprised of a multidisciplinary team including a pediatric oncologist, pediatric oncology nurse navigator, pediatric social worker, child psychologist and dietitian. Our clinic is committed to the care of survivors of childhood cancer.

Prior to your clinic visit we will review your medical history and previous treatment. Pending this review, we will make recommendations for follow up testing specific to your individual needs, much of which may be done on the day of your visit. Specific information regarding current and potential health concerns will be discussed with you.  Education is an integral component to this program and you will be provided with appropriate resources.

Conditions We Treat:

  • benign blood disorders
  • coagulation disorders
  • muscle, soft tissue and bone tumors
  • thrombotic disorders
  • abdominal tumors



A multidisciplinary team follows patients after they have completed treatment, providing comprehensive education for survivorship.

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We offer families support services that limit the disruptions a cancer diagnosis can cause, easing the patient’s transition once the treatment is complete.

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The AYA program serves patients ages 15-26 in active treatment or post-therapy survivorship, addressing the unique needs of our patients.

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Meet the team

Our team also includes:

  • oncology-certified nurses
  • nutrition experts
  • certified child life specialists
  • social worker
  • educational liaison
  • dedicated pediatric oncology pharmacists




Patients treated at Beaumont Children’s are eligible to receive college scholarship grants from the Pediatric Cancer Survivor Scholarship Program. Since its inception in 1990, this unique program has awarded nearly $1 million, helping more than 100 students move forward in their lives.