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World class cancer care in Orange County

A cancer diagnosis can feel overwhelming. When your schedule is suddenly full of doctor visits and treatments, you need care you can trust — that’s easy to access. The Anaheim and Irvine Medical Centers bring all our innovative cancer care and treatments together. Here, our patients can find comfort in a healing environment — while getting personalized, groundbreaking care that’s proven to save more lives1.

Kaiser Permanente Orange County-Anaheim Medical Center
3440 E. La Palma Avenue Anaheim, CA 92806

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Kaiser Permanente Orange County – Irvine Medical Center
6640 Alton Pkwy, Irvine, CA 92618

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Members call 1-833-KP4CARE
(1-833-574-2273) (TTY 711), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

A team with cancer expertise by your side

You’ll be surrounded by a team of experienced oncologists, other specialists, and nurses all working together for your health. They’ll create a care plan personalized to your needs — to focus on you, your health, your family, and your future. Depending on your treatment plan, your care team may also include hematology, radiation, and surgical oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, pharmacists, a specialty oncology nurse navigator, dietitians, clinical social workers, child life specialists, and financial counselors.
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Cancers we treat

When it comes to treating cancer, timely care is essential. Each of our oncology departments works closely with our on-site radiation oncology, genetics, rehabilitation services, and support services teams to bring you excellent care quickly.

Our areas of specialty

Personalized care from the start

Our specialists are at the forefront of cancer treatment and research. They have the expertise to deliver care that’s personalized to you.

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Treatment that works for you and your family

We’re continually evaluating and adopting the latest treatment services. Here are some of the therapies that may be part of your treatment plan:

  • Chemotherapy and immunotherapy treatment in our spacious Infusion Center, equipped with recliners, a patient education library, heated blankets, snacks and beverages, and interpreter services
  • Specialty medications like biologics and targeted therapies that are less harmful to healthy cells
  • Minimally invasive surgery and robotic surgery, when needed
  • Radiation technology that delivers precision high-dose treatments while minimizing radiation exposure, reducing complications, and ensuring faster recovery times
  • Rehabilitation to help you manage symptoms, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy
  • Survivorship programs to help you transition from active treatment to life after treatment
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Two nurses viewing a scan

Helen Moon, MD, shares how oncologists at Kaiser Permanente provide care for their patients while leading cancer clinical trials.

Exploring therapies with clinical trials research

At Kaiser Permanente, clinical trials play a vital role in advancing cancer treatment 3. We’re one of only 46 National Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) sites that take part in clinical trials and research studies with the National Cancer Institute 4, Research trials help our doctors explore and test new cancer treatments, including chemotherapy, immunotherapy, medication, surgery, and radiation, as well as prevention, screening, and managing symptoms. Your doctor will review your electronic health record and treatment history to see if there’s a trial that’s right for you.

Jessica is a Cancer Survivor

Jessica (38) was pregnant when diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. Her treatment consisted of chemotherapy followed by surgery and radiation. Jessica delivered her baby first and then started chemotherapy. She then underwent surgery, radiation, and additional chemotherapy.

Matthew is a Cancer Survivor

Mathew was an avid high school volleyball player who presented at age 16 with recurrent headaches and was found to have obstructive hydrocephalus due to a large brain tumor. His treatment consisted of surgery followed by chemotherapy and radiation. Because Mathew missed his own high school graduation due to his chemotherapy, our Orange County cancer care team organized a graduation ceremony for him.

Support services and resources

Throughout your treatment and recovery, your doctor and care team can connect you to healthy living and mental health support services. Whether you need tools for self-care or clinical support, we're committed to caring for the whole you — body, mind, and spirit.

  • 1Robert M. Cooper, MD, et al., “Influence of Health Care Systems on Mortality in Adult Patients With Cancer,” The American Journal of Managed Care, May 2021, pp. 182–
  • 2NAPBC Standards and Resources
  • 3“Living Longer and Better After Cancer,”, June 12, 2020.
  • accessed October 7, 2021.
  • 5The apps and services described above are not covered under your health plan benefits, are not a Medicare-covered benefit, and are not subject to the terms set forth in your Evidence of Coverage or other plan documents. The apps and services may be discontinued at any time.
    The apps and services are neither offered nor guaranteed under contract with the FEHB Program, but are made available to enrollees and family members who become members of Kaiser Permanente.
    Calm and myStrength can be used by members 13 and over. The Ginger app and services are not available to any members under 18 years old.
    Calm and myStrength are not available to Kaiser Permanente Dental-only members.