Pediatric hematologists-oncologists evaluate, diagnose and treat patients from infancy to young adulthood who have diseases or disorders of the blood or blood-forming tissues as well as cancerous and non-cancerous tumors. Most hematologic disorders and malignancies that occur in infants, children or teens are uncommon and require a highly sophisticated approach to diagnosis and treatment. In order to provide the most comprehensive care, pediatric hematology-oncology specialists practice in collaboration with an interdisciplinary team of cancer specialists, medical sub-specialists and support staff.
Services for children with cancer are provided at the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hoops Family Children's Hospital.
Finch, Paul T., M.D.
|Medical school:||Temple University School of Medicine (Philadelphia, PA)|
|Fellowship:||Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC (Pittsburgh, PA)|
|Residency:||University of Tennessee- Le Bonheur Children's Hospital (Memphis, TN)|
Stout, Linda A., M.D
|Board Certification:||Pediatric Hematology/Oncology|
|Medical school:||University of Texas Health Science Center (San Antonio, TX)|
|Fellowship:||MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER (HOUSTON, TX)|
|Residency:||University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA)|