Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at The Woodlands Hospital - The Woodlands, TX

Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at The Woodlands Hospital

Address

17198 St. Luke's Way Suite 100

The Woodlands, TX 77384

The Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at The Woodlands Hospital extends innovative cancer care to the North Houston community. In collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine, we’re equipped to pave the way for even more revolutionary discoveries and groundbreaking approaches to cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Our team is committed to providing a full continuum of care, high-touch patient support and access to advanced resources, all within a community hospital setting.

Nationally Recognized Cancer Care in The Woodlands

Specialized oncologists and radiologists at the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at The Woodlands Hospital are dedicated to understanding, preventing, and treating this disease. Our location in The Woodlands provides access to clinical trials and innovative treatment protocols backed by the powerful research capabilities of Baylor College of Medicine.

Unparalleled Resources for Our Patients

Baylor College of Medicine houses the largest clinical genetics program in the nation. This gives us the opportunity to analyze the genetic makeup of patients to identify the potential for cancer, take measures to prevent its onset, and develop custom treatments for each case. Our strong academic and research programs allow us to provide leading-edge cancer treatment to our patients.

Services & Specialties

Medical Group Physicians at This Location


Angela Coscio, MD

17198 St. Luke's Way
Suite 200 (MAC I)
The Woodlands, Texas 77384

Hematology and Oncology

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Yelena Bracchini, MD

17198 St. Luke's Way
Suite 200 (MAC I)
The Woodlands, Texas 77384

Hematology and Oncology

See Full Profile       936-266-4330


Laura Meza Rios, MD

17198 St. Luke's Way
Suite 200 (MAC I)
The Woodlands, Texas 77384

Hematology and Oncology

See Full Profile       936-266-4330


Carlo Demandante, MD

17198 St. Luke's Way
Suite 100 (MAC I)
The Woodlands, Texas 77384

Radiation Oncology

See Full Profile       936-266-4330

 

Social Workers at This Location

Jessica Miller, BSN, RN

Nurse Navigator for Hematology/Oncology Department

Dan L. Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center
St. Luke’s Hospital in the Woodlands, TX
(P) 936-266-4318
(F) 936-266-8636

  • Assists in care coordination between various providers during new oncology diagnosis
  • Provides patient and family education regarding upcoming treatment process and doctor visits
  • Helps provide support to patient and family members to eliminate barriers to care
  • Participates in patient support groups and tumor board to provide better holistic and multidisciplinary care
  • Collaborates with various hospital departments, such as Interventional Radiology, Women’s Imaging, Radiation Oncology, etc…, to obtain appropriate patient appointments
     

About Jessica:
Jessica grew up south of Denver, Colorado and attended nursing school at Regis University. She moved to Conroe, Texas in August 2017.

Anne Litsey, LCSW-S

Oncology Social Worker

Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center
St. Luke’s Hospital in The Woodlands, TX
17198 St. Luke’s Way, Suite 200, The Woodlands, TX 77384
(P) 936-266-4316
(F) 936-266-8636

  • Oncology social workers are licensed professionals who assist patients and their families by providing emotional support and helping patient’s access practical assistance through all phases of the cancer experience.
  • Oncology social workers offer both one-on-one and group counseling which help patients and their families address a wide variety of emotions that sometimes come with a new diagnosis. Counseling and support groups can help patients develop new coping skills and can connect patients with other people who are going through similar experiences.
  • Oncology social worker’s also assist with a wide variety of practical concerns or barriers to care that may arise with a cancer diagnosis; issues related to work and family, transportation, financial concerns, advance directives, transportation, etc.

About Anne:
Originally from Upstate NY, Anne has called Texas home for the past 25 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Rochester Institute of Technology, and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from The Graduate College of Social Work at The University of Houston. In addition to oncology, she has worked as a social worker in a wide variety of settings including hospice, HIV, domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma.

Featured Updates

An Oncologist’s Perspective on Human-Focused Care

MAR 04, 2021

Our team at the Baylor College of Medicine Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center cares more about saving lives than national recognition. Maybe that’s why we’re nationally recognized.

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