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AfterCare Clinics

The Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario's survivors clinics.

Long-term Follow-up Clinic
Alberta Children's Hospital
Hematology/Oncology/Transplant Program

2888 Shaganappi Trail NW
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6A8
Phone: 1 (403) 955-7256
Fax: 1 (403) 955-2647
Nurse Coordinator: Lisa Niotis
Clinic manager: Terri Lee Slykula
Medical team: Kathy Reynolds MD, Lucie Lafay-Cousins MD, Greg Guilcher, MD

The clinic meets Mondays and Thursdays. Sees patients once they are 2 years off treatment. Our multidisciplinary team consists of a pediatrician, family physician, neuro-oncologist, neuro-psychologist, social worker, endocrine consultant, and 3 registered nurses. We do accept patients treated at other centres, but we require a transfer from the previous treatment centre.


The Northern Alberta Childhood Survivor Program
Stollery Children's Hospital

8440-112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2B7
Phone: (780) 407-8798

Medical Director: Maria Spavor, MD
Clinic Coordinator: Maureen DiSciglio RN
Social Work: Karen Sprysak

Sees patients 2 years off therapy and accepts referrals from other institutions. Follows patients throughout childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Multidisciplinary team consists of a pediatric oncologist, nurse practitioner, social worker, neuropsychologist, psychologist, and endocrinologist. Provides referrals to medical subspecialists when necessary. Clinic is held every Friday.



Taking on Life After Cancer Clinic
Children's of Alabama

1600 7th Avenue South
Lowder Builder Suite 512
Birmingham, Alabama 35233
(205) 638-5448 or 205-638-9285
Nurse Coordinator: Pat Cotton, CRNP
Supervising Physician: Kimberly F. Whelan, MD

Sees patients at least two years off treatment. Meets every Friday.

(9/2014 )


Phoenix Childrens Hospital
Long Term Follow-up Clinic

1919 E. Thomas Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
(602) 933-0920
Operations Manager: Carol Davis, RN
Medical Director: Galit Rosen, MD

The clinic meets the first Wednesday of the month and each Thursdays. Sees patients at least 2 years off therapy or 5 years from diagnosis whichever comes first, up to the age of 18.



Childrens Hospital Los Angeles
LIFE Survivorship and Transition Program
Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases

4650 Sunset Blvd. MS 54
Los Angeles CA 90027
(877) 222-5433 (direct line)
(323) 361-8953 (local direct line)
(323) 361-8767 (FAX)

Nurse practitioners: Yael Rosenthal, RN, MSN, CPNP, Barbara Habell, RN, MSN, CPNP
Medical Director: David R. Freyer, DO, MS
Clinical Social Worker: Lisl Schweers, LCSW, OSW-C
Nurse Care Manager- Aimee Cartier-Meyers, RN

Sees both child and adult survivors of childhood cancer.


City of Hope
Childhood Cancer Survivor Program
Center for Cancer Survivorship
Department of Population Sciences

1500 E. Duarte Rd. DPS 173
Duarte, CA 91010

Director, Center for Cancer Survivorship: Smita Bhatia, MD, MPH
Medical Director: Saro Armenian DO, MPH
Clinical Director: Wendy Landier, RN, MSN, CPNP, CPON
Nurse Practitioner: Karla Wilson, RN, MSN, FNP-C, CPON
Registered Dietician: Dhvani Bhatt RD
(626) 471-9220

The clinic meets on Wednesday mornings and Friday afternoons. For further information or to schedule an appointment, call Claudia Herrera at: 626-471-9220 or email: Patients must have been diagnosed with cancer at 21 years of age or younger and they must be in remission and at least 2 years off treatment. There is no upper age limit. Screening evaluations are based on the Children's Oncology Group Long-term Follow-Up Guidelines.



Children's Hospital of Orange County
After Cancer Treatment Survivorship (ACTS) Program

1201 W. La Veta Ave.
Orange, CA 92868
Appt: (714) 509-8636
Medical Director: Lilibeth Torno MD
Coordinator: Janet Hager-Chase RN BSN
Phone: (714) 509-4181


Our long term survivorship clinic meets every Thursday afternoon. We see patients who are 2 years or more off therapy, until they reach age 21. Our multidisciplinary team consists of a pediatric oncologist, nurse practitioner, social worker, psychologist and endocrinologist. Patients are referred to specialists as needed. Screening evaluations are based on the Children's Oncology Group Long-term Follow-Up Guidelines.


UCLA-LIVESTRONG Survivorship Center of Excellence
VITA Clinic for Adult Survivors of Pediatric Cancers

650 Charles Young Drive South, Room A2-125 CHS
Los Angeles, Ca 90095-6900

Medical Directors: Patricia Ganz, MD, Jacqueline Casillas, M.D., M.S.H.S., Marjorie Kagawa-Singer, Ph.D., M.A., M.N., R.N.
Program Coordinator: Erin Hahn, MPH
Phone: (310) 825-9781

This clinic is for patients treated for pediatric/adolescent cancer who are now over the age of 18. We can see patients that were treated anywhere; it is not only for UCLA patients. This clinic is held every Thursday morning.


Pediatric and Adolescent Survivorship Clinic at UCLA

Box 951752, A2-410 MDCC
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1752
Phone: (310) 825-6708

Medical Director: Jacqueline Casillas, MD, MSHS
Nurse Practitioner: La Vette Bowles, F.N.P.

The clinic is open to pediatric cancer survivors through the age of 25.


Valley Children's Hospital
Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program

9300 Valley Children's Place
Madera, Ca 93636-8762
Phone: 559-353-5159

Program Coordinator: Jessica Gates, RN
Nurse Practitioner: Lisa Orth, NP
Medical Director: John Gates MD

Program specialists review the childhood cancer survivor's medical charts, treatments/dosages, areas in the body that the treatments targeted, imaging history and medications. They give the survivor a physical examination, process lab results, and assess for any learning problems, vocational limitations or socialization difficulties. To make the transition to adult healthcare a little easier, they also help teen survivors find the appropriate primary care physician and/or specialists for their condition. Clinic sees survivors up to age 26 on Tuesdays through Friday.


Thriving After Cancer (TAC)
The Peckham Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders

Rady Children's Hospital San Diego
3010 Children's Way MC 5081
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 966-1700 x7136

Nurse Practioners: Jeanie Spies RN, CPNP MSN; Kate O'Flaherty Keese, RN, CPNP, MSN
Nurse Coordinator: Lynn Schubert RNC, CPON, BSN
Medical Director: Andrew C. Dietz, M.D., M.S.

The clinic meets the 2nd and 4th and 5th Tuesday and Wednesday of the month, afternoon appointments. Sees patients 2 years off treatment and will continue to see them through age 22 depending on insurance. Our multidisciplinary team consists of Physician/Nurse Practioner, Registered Dietician, Psychologist, Social Worker, and Registered Nurse. NeuroOncology and NeuroPsychiatry consultants are available if needed. Referrals to specialists as needed. Will assist with transitioning to adult care.


STAR (Survivor's Treatment Assessment & Resource) Program
Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
Office Location: 2653 Elm Avenue, Suite 200
Long Beach, CA 90806
(562) 728-5000

MD: Amanda Termuhlen
NP: Susan Shannon
Contact Person: Susan Shannon RN, MSN CPNP

See patients for life if treated here. Can follow others if referred with appropriate records.



Denver Children's Hospital
HOPE Survivorship Program (HOPE Clinic)

13123 East 16th Ave, B115
Aurora, CO 80045
Coordinator: Genevieve Sylvain
(720) 777-5441
Coordinator: Genevieve Sylvain
Medical Director: Brian Geffe, MD

The HOPE Clinic is available for childhood cancer survivors of any age who are five years or more past diagnosis and two years or more off therapy. The clinic is held the second and third Thursday of every month. In addition, clinic for adult survivors called TACTIC (Thriving After Cancer Treatment is Complete) is held the first Thursday of the month. Contact info is (720) 777-0956.



HERO'S (Health, Education, and Research Outcomes for Survivors) Clinic
Yale Cancer Center Smilow Cancer Hospital Survivorship Clinic

New Haven, CT 06520
(203) 785-2407


Nurse Coordinator: Jaime Rotatori
Medical Director: Nina Kadan-Lottick, MD

Sees childhood cancer survivors of any age who are at least 5 years since diagnosis or 2 years after treatment ends. Meets first three Monday afternoons of every month.



Oncology Survivorship Program
Nemours duPont Hospital for Children
1600 Rockland Rd
Wilmington, DE 19803
Phone: (302) 651-6765

Survivorship Nurse Practitioner: Joanne Quillen, RN, MSN, PNP-BC
Medical Director: Andrew Walter, MD

Dedicated clinic meets every Thursday. Joanne Quillen also sees patients
on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and a psychologist sees patients on



Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida
PACE (Pediatric After Cancer Experience Clinic)

Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Program
Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida
9981 S. Healthpark Drive Suite 156
Ft. Myers, FL 33908
Pam K. Wojciki, MS, RN-CS, ARNP, CPON
General Office phone (239) 343-533
Direct Office phone (239) 343-6337

Meets weekly.


FACT (Follow-up After Cancer Treatment) Clinic
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children–Orlando
Haley Center for Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders

92 W. Miller St., MP #318
Orlando, Florida 32806
Phone: (321) 841-8588, option 7

Nurse Practitioner: Laura Wieber, MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC
Supervising Physicians: Vincent Giusti, MD; Don Eslin, MD; Robert Sutphin, MD; Amy Smith, MD; Alejandro Levy, MD

This clinic, held every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, sees survivors of childhood cancer who are at least 2 years off therapy and up to age 21 or 10 years off therapy, whichever comes later.



Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
AFLAC Cancer Survivor Program

5455 Meridian Mark Suite 400
Atlanta, GA 30342
Phone: (404) 785-2426 or 5157

Program Data Coordinator: Ashley Jameson
Medical Director: Lillian Meacham, MD
Pediatric Oncologists: Karen Wasileski-Masker, MD and Briana Patterson, MD

Clinic is held every Tuesday and Wednesday; treats survivors up to age 21. If an adult survivor was originally treated At Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, will see him or her for a one-time visit then transition to YASC at The Emory Clinic.


Emory Winship Cancer Center
YASC at The Emory Clinic

1365 Clifton Rd, NE
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: (404) 285-8838 (nurse coordinator) or 404-778-3473 (front desk)

Medical Director: Dr. Natia Esiashvili
Nurse Coordinator: Mary Batcha, RN

Sees patients who are 21 and older who have been off treatment at least 2 years. Clinic days are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.



Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
STAR Clinic

225 E. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611


For an appointment, call (312) 227-4791
Coordinator: Tricia Salicete
Nurse Practitioners: Katie Valentino, APN (brain tumor survivors) and Karina Danner-Koptik, RN, APN (transplant and other survivors)
Program Director: Jennifer Reichek, MD, MSW

Meets every Monday and Thursday in Chicago and the second Friday of every month in Arlington Heights and Grayslake on fourth Tuesday of every month; treats survivors up to age 25.


Children's Memorial Hospital/Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation
Star Program for Young Adult Survivors

Survivors Taking Action & Responsibility Comprehensive Care for Survivors of Pediatric Malignancies

675 N. St Clair 21-100
Chicago, IL 60611
Medical Director: Aarati Didwania, MD
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Karen Kinahan, MS, RN
(312) 695-4979

Clinic meets Tuesday afternoons twice a month. Treats survivors over 18 years old who are 5 years post diagnosis.


Advocate Children's Hospital–Oak Lawn
Pediatric Oncology Survivorship in Transition (POST) Clinic

Keyser Family Pediatric Cancer Center
Advocate Hope Children's Hospital
4440 W. 95th St
Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Phone: (708) 684-4042

Physician Champion: Rebecca McFall, MD
Nurse Coordinator: Linda Rivard, R.N.

Initial appointment with the POST Clinic held on Thursdays. Return POST patients are seen on Tuesday afternoons. We see patients 2–3 years off treatment and provide referrals to any subspecialities as needed. Our clinic cares for children, adolescents, and adults.


Advocate Children's Hospital-Park Ridge Campus
Pediatric Oncology Survivorship in Transition (P.O.S.T.) Clinic

Yacktman Pavilion Outpatient Pediatrics
Yacktman Pavillion
1675 Dempster, 2nd floor
Park Ridge, Illinois 60068
(847) 723-9345

Director: Dr. William Goodell
Nurse Coordinator: Julia O'Malley Stepenske, RN, BSN, CPON

We see patients 2 years off treatment and provide survivorship education and referrals to subspecialties as needed. We have a comprehensive Brain Tumor Clinic the second Tuesday of each month. Our P.O.S.T. team cares for children, adolescents, and young adult survivors of childhood cancer. Clinic days are Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.


Pediatric Oncology Survivorship in Transition (POST) Clinic

Yacktman Pavilion Outpatient Pediatrics
1675 Dempster
Park Ridge, IL 60068
Nurse Coordinator: Julia O'Malley Stepenske, RN, BSN, CPON
(847) 723-9345

We see patients 2 years off treatment and provide referrals to any subspecialties as needed. Care for survivors of childhood cancer (children, adolescents, and adults.) Clinic days are Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Patients call Julia directly at number above to schedule appointments.


Cancer Survivorship Clinic
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System

(312) 996-6145 or (312) 996-6143

Physician: Leslie Jabine, MD
Nurse Practitioner/Clinic Coordinator: Jessica Ittner, FNP-BC
Social Worker: Margaret Gossen, MSW

The clinic is held every Tuesday morning. We see survivors at least 2 years out of therapy for pediatric cancers, no age limit for diagnosis of the cancer nor age limit for patients; we see survivors of all ages.



Riley Hospital for Children
Childhood Cancer Survivor Program

Riley 4340
705 Riley Hospital Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (317) 944-2143

Clinic Appointments (317) 944-2143 or

Coordinator: Ann Haddix, RN, CPNP
Medical Director: Terry Vik, MD

Meets the first and fourth Wednesday of the month (more during the summer); sees children, teens, and will refer adults.



Blank Cancer and Blood Disorder Center
Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Clinic

1215 Pleasant St., Suite 514
Des Moines, IA 50309
Phone: (515) 241-8912

Nurse Coordinator: Jaci Green RN, CPN
Adolescent Young Adult Program Coordinator: Rachel Dow
Director: Brandon McNew, MD

At the Blank Children's Hospital Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Clinic, our mission is to provide quality comprehensive care and support for childhood cancer survivors. Through the coordinated efforts of a multidisciplinary team, we work to prevent, identify, and provide specialized services for late effects. Survivors are eligible to enter our program after two years of not receiving any cancer treatment. Our program is open to any survivor - not just survivors who received treatment at Blank Children's Hospital. Clinic meets 2-3 afternoons/week.


University of Kansas Cancer Center
Survivorship Transition Clinic

3901 Rainbow Blvd
Kansas City, KS 66160
Contact number: (913) 945-6655

Nurse Navigator: Kyla Alsman RN, BSN
Physician: Becky Lowry, MD


Our clinic provides comprehensive medical and emotional care for survivors of childhood cancer patients 18 and older (and at least two years off treatment). Our multidisciplinary team of experts specializes in the latent effects of childhood care treatment. These include, but are not limited to growth and development, secondary caners, infertility, heart disease, endocrine problems, weakened immune system and genetic issues. Our social worker can help patients deal with emotional issues that may arise after treatment. At the Survivorship Transition Clinic you will receive: personalized care plan, psycho-social needs assessment, necessary labs/testing, referrals to specialist, follow up guidelines based on your specific diagnosis/treatment, education to help you maintain and improve health, information for your primary care physician about your care needs to ensure you have the necessary screenings.

Clinic meets one Thursday a month and one Monday a month.



Kentucky Children's Hospital
Long Term Follow Up Clinic

Long Term Follow Up Clinic
740 S. Limestone Street (inside Kentucky Clinic) 2nd Floor
Lexington, Kentucky 40536
Phone (859) 257-4554

Nurse Coordinator: Jennifer Ballard, RN, CCRP
Medical Team: Sherry Bayliff, MD, MPH; Leslee Bertram, APRN
Social Worker: Kara Gore, CSW


The clinic meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays (afternoon) of every month. Patients must have been diagnosed with cancer at 18 years of age or younger and be at least 5 years off treatment. There is no upper age limit.



Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center
The Life Clinic for Childhood Cancer Survivors

Baltimore MD 21231
410-955-8751, press 4

Coordinator: Kathy Ruble, RN, Ph.D.


Treats survivors of all ages of. Clinic see patients on Tuesdays.



Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
David B. Perini, Jr. Quality of Life Clinic for Childhood Cancer Survivors

450 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 632-5124 or

Clinical Coordinator: Amelia Lundkvist
Program Director: Lisa Diller, MD

Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays; sees children and adults.


Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Stop & Shop Pediatric Brain Tumor Outcomes Clinic

Jimmy Fund Clinic
450 Brookline Ave
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 632-2680 or email


Coordinator: Elizabeth Asselin
Program Director: Peter Manley, MD

Meets Thursdays; Sees children and adult survivors of pediatric brain and spinal cord tumors.



University of Michigan
Caring for Life Clinic
Department of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

1500 East Medical Center Dr.
Ann Arbor MI 48109
(734) 936-9814
Medical Director: Diane Puccetti, MD
Nurse Clinician: Sharon Frierdich, RN, MS, CPNP, CPONNurse coordinator: Bethany Severson

The Caring for Life Clinic follows patients until they are 25 years old. The clinic meets twice a month on Wednesdays.


Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital
After-Care and Transition (ACT) Program

Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Located on Floor 10
100 Michigan Street NE
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
(616) 267-1925
Medical Director: Beth Anne Kurt, MD


The ACT clinic meets twice monthly on the first and third Wednesdays for survivors of childhood cancer, and on the second Tuesday for bone marrow transplant. The ACT clinic follows patients until they are between the ages of 18 and 21. Consults for adults over 21 are available; interested persons should contact the clinic for more information.



Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
Long-Term Follow-Up Clinical Care

2530 Chicago Ave.
Mailstop CSC175
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Nurse Practitioners: : Vicki Schaefers, RN, CNP-Peds and Mary Langevin,, RN, CNP
Medical Director: Joanna Perkins, MD, MS
Appointments: (612) 813-5940
Contact Vicki: (612) 813-6543

Patients seen on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We see children and young adults at least 2 years off therapy and/or 5 years from diagnosis. We see survivors up to the age of 24 and then transition them to primary care providers, but then continue to act as consultants on an as-needed basis.


University of Minnesota Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program

The University of Minnesota Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program has two sites, one for younger and one for older patients, as listed below. The providers for both clinics are:

Nurse Practitioner/Contact: Jill Lee, CPNP-AC, (612) 624-9139
Medical Director: Karim Sadak, MD
Social Work: Sarah Eagle, LICSW

Each clinic sees patients 5 years from cancer diagnosis and 3 years post bone marrow transplant. Follows patients throughout the lifespan (any age). Referrals to other medical subspecialties made as needed. They take patients treated at any institution.

Pediatric site: sees pts 22 or younger that were diagnosed with a childhood cancer/BMT.
Journey Clinic
2450 Riverside Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Phone: (612) 365-8100
Fax: (612) 365-8101
The pediatric clinic meets on Tuesday afternoons and the 2nd, 4th and 5th Fridays of the month.

Adult site: see pts over 22 that were diagnosed with a childhood cancer/BMTl
Clinics and Surgery Center- Masonic Cancer Clinic
909 Fulton St. SE, 2nd floor
Minneapolis MN 55455
Phone: (612) 676-4200
The adult clinic meets on Friday mornings on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month.



St. Louis Children's Hospital
Late Effects Clinic

One Children's Place
St. Louis, MO 63110
For appointment call (314) 454-6048

Clinic Coordinator: Jennifer Henry
Medical Director: Robert Hayashi, MD
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Caroline Mohrmann, RN,MSN,CPNP


Meets Monday, Wednesday, Fridays; sees children who are at least 2 years off therapy and adult survivors of childhood cancer.


Children's Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
Survive & Thrive Long-term Follow-up Clinic

2401 Gillham Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64108
For appointment or questions: (816) 460-1053

Nurse Coordinator: Wendy McClellan, RN
Medical Director: Joy Fulbright, MD

Clinic is held three Fridays and one Tuesday per month, for survivors up to age 21 and at least 2 years off therapy; serves Kansas and Missouri.


Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center Long Term Follow-Up Clinic
Bob Costas Center

1465 S. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, Missouri 63104
(314) 268-4000 or (800) 968-3110

Clinic Coordinator: Kelly Smith RN
Medical Director: John Puetz, MD
Brain tumor late effects physician: Thomas Geller, MD
Pediatric Nurse Practioner: Abigail Sharamitaro MSN, CPNP, RN, CPON

This clinic meets three times a month. Sees children and adults who have been off therapy for 5 years for a pediatric cancer.

This oncology survivorship clinic meets three Fridays a month. For survivors of brain or spinal cord tumors, a clinic is held once a month. Sees children and adults who have been off therapy for 5 years for a pediatric cancer.



Long Term Follow Up Clinic
Children's Specialty Center of Nevada

3121 S. Maryland Pkwy, Suite 300
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Medical Team:Waseem Alhushki, MD; Danielle Bello PhD, Mary Warren, RN, CPHON

Clinic Appointments (702) 732-3330


Our survivorship clinic provides long-term follow-up care, into adulthood, for individuals who received treatment for childhood cancer, and sees survivors who were treated anywhere. We see patients on Wednesdays. Patients are evaluated by a team of healthcare professionals who have expertise in survivorship issues. Patients in this program will receive careful monitoring for possible health problems that can occur after cancer treatment. Each patient will receive a personalized record of their cancer treatment, including medications and dosages. They will also receive guidelines for continued monitoring and recommendations for preventative care.


New Jersey

Hackensack University Medical Center
Children's Cancer Institute
Cure and Beyond

96 Summit Avenue
Hackensack NJ 07601
(201) 487-8987


Program Director: Michael B. Harris, MD
Coordinator: Hope Castoria, RN
Nurse practitioner: Sherri Mayans

Sees both child and adult survivors of pediatric cancer.


New York

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic
Department of Pediatric Oncology

1275 York Ave
New York, NY 10021

Divided into two clinics:

Survivors up to age 21:

Physicians: Charles Sklar, MD; Danielle Friedman, MD; Zoltan Antal, M
Nurse Practitioners: Elaine Pottenger, CPNP and Debbie Diotallevi, CPNP
(212) 639-8138
Website: Long-Term Follow-Up for Children

Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer (over 21):

Physicians: Emily Tonorezos, MD; Deborah Korenstein, MD; Nirupa Raghunathan, MD
Nurse Practitioners: Joanne Candela, ANP-BC; Roseann Tucci, ANP, CPNP
(646) 888-8080
Website: Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer


SUNY Upstate Medical University
Survivor Wellness Program

Upstate Cancer Center, 3rd Floor
750 East Adams Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
(315) 464-5294
Barbara Niedziolka, MSN, FNP-C
Jody L Sima, MD

Our Survivor Wellness Program provides long-term, follow-up care, into adulthood, for individuals who received treatment for childhood cancer. Clinic open every day, and sees survivors who were treated anywhere.


Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Pediatric Long Term Follow up Clinic

Elm & Carlton
Buffalo NY 14263
(716) 845-8011
Nurse Coordinator: Theresa Carbone MS RN CPNP
Medical Director: Denise Rokitka, MD, MPH

Meets on Tuesdays. Sees children, teens, and adults; provides referrals.


Generation of Survivors
The Pat Lyons Long Term Follow-up Program
The Cancer Center for Kids at Winthrop University Hospital

120 Mineola Blvd Ste 460
Mineola, NY 11501
(516) 663-9400 for information and to make appointments.

Medical Director: Mark Weinblatt, MD
Nurse Practitioner: Sharon Coritsidis, RN MSN CPON CPNP
Nurse Coordinator: Cathy Shimmel RN MA CPON

The clinic meets bimonthly on Thursday afternoons and sees survivors of pediatric cancers of any age who are at least 2 years off treatment; provides referrals.


Survivors Facing Forward
Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York

269-01 76th Avenue; Suite 255
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
(718) 470-3151


Medical Director: Jonathan Fish, MD
Nurse Practitioner: Priscilla Rahmer-Hanif, FNP
Clinical Coordinator: Theresa Mayr, BSN, RN, CPON

Survivors are seen every Monday 3-7 PM and Wednesday 4-7 PM. They must be at least 3 years from completion of therapy and in remission. There are no age limits.


Wellness & Survivorship Program
The Cancer Center at Westchester Medical Center

19 Skyline Drive 1N-J12
Hawthorne, NY 10532
(914) 493-7997
Medical Director: Jessica Hochberg, MD
Nurse Practitioner: Tara B. Giblin, MS, MPH, CPNP
Social Worker: Rose Bartone, LCSW
Pediatric Neuropsychologist: Suzanne Braniecki, MD ( sees patients on a case-by-case basis)


Clinic meets the first and third Wednesday afternoon of every month (usually 1-5 PM). Sees anyone who was treated for childhood cancer or received a stem cell transplant in childhood can see us, regardless of age. Provides referrals, and helps coordinate getting multiple specialty appointmsents completed on the same day. Clinic has a network of many specialists with an interest in caring for pediatric cancer survivors.


North Carolina

CARE (Caring About Remission Everyday) Clinic

Levine Children's Hospital Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
1001 Blythe Blvd. Suite 601
Charlotte, NC 28232
(704) 381-9900
Medical Director: Dr. Sarah Gall
Coordinator: Kathy Martin, CPNP

Clinic meets the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Wednesday of the month. Sees survivors 2 years off therapy; sees patients in to their mid 20's.

AWAKE: A Long-term Follow-up Program for Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Brenner Children's Hospital
Medical Center Blvd
Winston Salem NC 27157
(336) 716-4085
Medical Director: Dr Castellino, MD, MsC
Physician Assistant: Katherine Pearsall, PA-C
Nurse Clinician: Nancy Smith, RN
Patient Navigator: Amy Pope, RN

The clinic meets every Friday. We provide comprehensive care, treatment summaries and late effects education to survivors of childhood cancer up to 39 years of age. A psychosocial team is available to assist with school issues, vocational rehab, and care coordination. Our goal is to promote healthy living and prevention or intervention to alleviate late effects.



Children’s Hospital Medical Center
ATP Five-Plus Clinic

333 Burnette Ave
Cinninnati, OH 45229
(513) 636-3512

Nurse Coordinators: Judy Correll, APRN, CPNP; Debra Kent, APRN
Karen Burns, MD; Raj Nagarajan, MD

Sees children, teens, and adult survivors on Wednesday mornings and all day on Thursdays.


Akron Children's Hospital
Cancer Survivorship Program

One Perkins Square
Akron, OH 44308
(330) 543-8580


Clinic Coordinator: Pam Jones, CNP, CPON
Program Director: Stephanie Savelli, MD

Any childhood cancer survivor who has been off treatment for two years is eligible to participate in the survivorship program, regardless of age. The clinic usually meets the first and third Wednesday of every month.


The Center for Survivors of Childhood Cancer
Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

11100 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 844-3345


Program Director: Lisa Vitkus, MPH
Nurse: Kelly Laschinger

The clinic is held every Wednesday and we see children, teens, and young adult survivors of childhood cancer. All patients receive a summary of their cancer treatment, medical and psychosocial evaluation, screening and education about late effects, and referral and ancillary testing as needed.


Nationwide Children's Hospital
The Frederick B. Ruymann, MD Survivorship Clinic

630 Children's Drive Suite H11A
Columbus, OH 43205
(614) 722-8917


Medical Director: Randal S. Olshefski, MD
Program Coordinator: Lory Guthrie RN, BS, CPON
Nurse Practitioner: Jenny Cafaro, MS, CNP

We see children, teen and adult survivors of pediatric cancers. We see patients on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday and the 2nd and 4th Wednesday afternoons each month in our comprehensive clinic. This comprehensive clinic provides treatment summary review, physical examination, patient/family education and evaluations by psychology, social work, education, dentistry, genetics, and nutrition.



OHSU Doernbecher Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program

3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road
Portland OR 97239
For Appointments call: (503) 494-0200
email: dchsurvivorship(

Medical Team: Susan Lindemulder, M.D.; Kelly Anderson, R.N., F.N.P

We provide comprehensive care, education and support to survivors of childhood cancer. We see kids, teens and adults who have been off treatment and cancer free for at least two years. Our multidisciplinary team of providers helps survivors understand and manage any ongoing effects of cancer or cancer treatment. The clinic is held Friday afternoons.



Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Long-Term Follow Up Clinic

34th & Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19401
(215) 590-3025


Director: Jill Ginsberg, MD
Associate Director: Wendy Hobbie, MSN, CRNP
Nurses: Claire Carlson, BSN RN; Maureen Reilly, BSN, RN; Michele Demski, BSN, RN

Comprehensive program for survivors of childhood cancer up to age 19. Clinic meets every Wednesday.


Young Adult Cancer Survivorship Program
The University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center

Abramson Cancer Center
University of Pennsylvania
Penn Tower Hotel #1428
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

For an appointment: Donna Pucci at 215-615-3329

Program Director: Linda A. Jacobs, PhD, RN
Physicians: Joe Carner, MD; Dava Szalda, MD

Survivorship program for adult survivors of childhood cancers. Clinic meets every Tuesday.


Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital
Pediatric Oncology Survivorship Clinic

500 University Drive
PO Box 850 Hershey PA 17033
(717) 531-6012

Medical Director: Dr Smita Dandekar, MD
Clinic Coordinator: Michelle Marino BSN, RN
Social Work: Katherine Stenman, LSW

The Survivorship Clinic accepts pediatric oncology patients who are five years from diagnosis and two years off therapy. Once a patient is ten years off therapy or age eighteen, whichever comes later, the patient is transitioned to their primary care physician. Clinic is held every Thursday afternoon.



St. Jude After Completion of Therapy (ACT) Clinic
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105
(800) 775-2167

Clinic Director: Dr. Melissa M. Hudson
Staff: The clinic is staffed by 5 pediatric oncologists, 2 primary care providers (a family practitioner and internist), 6 nurse practitioners, and 2 social workers.
Clilnic Hours: The clinic currently meets daily.

The aim of our clinic and our services: Our aim is to help St. Jude alumni stay healthy after treatment ends through education about cancer-related health risks and healthy living and by health screenings. We routinely provide survivors with cancer treatment summaries and personal health records to share with their local doctors. We work with survivors to help them find local resources to stay healthy after cancer. When needed, we will write to insurance companies to explain why certain tests may be needed, based on the former patient’s cancer history.

Who is eligible: The clinic limits services to patients who received treatment at St. Jude. Patients treated at other centers who move to the Memphis area are also eligible for services. St. Jude patients are eligible for transfer into the ACT Clinic when they are 5 years from diagnosis and their disease has been in remission for at least 2 years after completion of therapy. Patients are seen annually by the ACT Clinic staff until they are 10 years from diagnosis and at least 18 years of age. Most adult survivors then graduate as alumnus of the clinic. They are monitored annually through a mail questionnaire sent by the St. Jude Cancer Registry. St. Jude alumni survivors are now eligible to return for health evaluations as part of the St. Jude Lifetime Cohort study. Please contact the St. Jude Lifetime study coordinator by e-mail ( or phone (901-595-3482) for more details.


REACH for Cancer Survivorship
Vanderbilt Children's Hospital

1500 21st Ave. S.
Suite 2500
Nashville, TN 37212
615-343-7400 or toll free 1-877-936-8422


Medical Director: Debra Friedman, MD
Nurse Practitioner for adult survivors: Hannah Wright, ANP-BC, GNP, OCN
Nurse practitioner for young survivors: Katie Luck, CPNP-PC

The clinic meets every Tuesday and Wednesday. Sees children, teens, and adults who have finished therapy (does not have to be 2 years off) for any childhood or adolescent cancer.



Children's Medical Center and UT Southwestern Medical Center
After the Cancer Experience (ACE) Program


Divided into two clinics (pediatric/teen and adult survivor clinic):

Children's Medical Center
Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
1935 Medical District Drive
Dallas, TX 75235

(214) 456-2948 (to schedule an appointment for children or teens)

Medical Director: Daniel Bowers, MD
Coordinators: Cindy Cochran, RN, CPNP-PC

UT Southwestern Medical Center
Division of General Internal Medicine
Professional Office Building II, Suite HQ8.124
5939 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75390-8554
(214) 456-2948 (to schedule an appointment for adult survivors)

Coordinator: Cindy Cochran, RN, CPNP-PC
ACE Young Adult Medical Director: Angela Orlino, MD

Sees survivors 5 days a week at Children's Medical Center (children and teens) and Thursday mornings at Dr. Orlino's office (adults).


MD Anderson Cancer Center
Long Term Survivor Clinic

1515 Holcombe, Box 87
Houston Tx 77030
(713) 792-5410, option #1


Medical Director: Joan Ater, MD
Physician Assistant: Angela Yarborough, PA

Meets every Tuesday and Thursday; sees children, teens, and adults survivors of childhood cancer.


Texas Children's Hospital
Long Term Survivor Program

6701 Fannin St 14th Floor
Houston, TX 77030
(832) 822-4240


Project Manager: Gaye Hamor, MSHA
Project Manager: Gaye Hamor, MSHA

The Long Term Survivor Program sees patients of any childhood cancer diagnosis, two years after the completion of therapy, and five years from original date of diagnosis. Clinic meets on Wednesdays and Fridays.


Cook Children's Medical Center
Life After Cancer Program at the Hematology & Oncology Center

901 Seventh Avenue, Suite 220
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
(817) 810-2125
Coordinator: Lisa Bashore MS RN CPNP
Program Director: Jeffrey C. Murray, M.D.

Treats survivors up to age 30 and will refer adults. Clinic days vary based on need. Typically every Monday and Thursday.

The Lance Armstrong Foundation and Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth are partners in the Life After Cancer program.


Children's Hospital of San Antonio
Childhood Cancer Survivors Clinic

333 N Santa Rosa St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
(210) 704-2187

Medical Director: Nadia Cheek, MD

Clinic is held on Tuesdays. Sees children and teens.


Cancer Survivorship Clinic

Cancer Survivorship Clinic
Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas
1301 Barbara Jordan Blvd, Ste. 402
Austin, TX. 78723
(512) 628-1910

Nurse Practitioner: Sharon Odozynski, RN, FNP, MSN, NP-C

In the Cancer Survivorship Clinic, childhood cancer survivors are seen by a nurse practitioner under the supervision of a Children's Blood & Cancer Center pediatric oncologist. Patients include children/teens/young adults who are at least two years off of treatment for a childhood cancer. In one comprehensive visit patients receive a summary of cancer treatment, follow-up guidelines and screening recommendations; education on potential late effects (unique to each patient); psychosocial assessment completed by a licensed clinical social worker; nutrition consult from a registered dietician; referrals for neuro-psychological testing; assistance with insurance or financial concerns; and are connected with support groups specifically created for survivors, parents and siblings. Our team of experts in survivorship will work with the cancer survivor, their family, the child's primary care physician and pediatric specialists to create a long-term care plan. We welcome all pediatric/adolescent and young adult cancer survivors who have either undergone treatment at the Children's Blood & Cancer Center at Dell Children's or at other hospitals. Patients are seen in the clinic on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.



Pediatric Cancer Late Effects Clinics

Pediatric cancer survivors of any age are welcome at the Pediatric Cancer Late Effects Clinics. Both clinics provide a treatment summary, education, screening, social work, nutrition evaluation, and referrals if needed to all patients.

Adult patients are seen at:
Huntsman Cancer Hospital
Clinic A
2000 Circle of Hope Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 587-4470
Coordinator: Kim McAffee
Medical Director: Jennifer Wright, MD

First and third Friday afternoons each month.

Pediatric patients are seen at:
Primary Children's Medical Center
Oncology Clinic 100 N Mario Capecchi Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
(801) 662-4703
Coordinator: Scott Roberts
Medical Director: Jennifer Wright, MD

Every Tuesday afternoon and 2nd and 4th Friday afternoons .



Childhood Cancer Transition and Survivorship Clinic
Children's Hospital of Richmond (CHOR) at VCU

Pembroke Office Park
2305 North Parham Road, Suite 1, Richmond, VA 23236
804 527-4709

To make an appointment: (804) 828-CHOR (2467)
Fax number (804) 828-8615

Medical Director: Madhu Gowda, MD
Nurse Practitioner/ Coordinator: Anne Mauck, CPNP
Educational Consultant: Alma Morgan, M Ed
Psychologist: Matt Bitsko, PhD, LCP
Social Worker: Robyn Dillon, LCSW
Chaplain: Tom David Siebert

Contact: Anne Mauck, CPNP
(804) 828-CHOR (2467)

We work closely with Endocrinology, Cardiology and Pulmonology. We provide referrals to other medical subspecialists as needed. We accept patients following end of treatment after central line removal. We are able to follow patients throughout childhood, adolescence and young adulthood. We accepts referrals from other institutions. We see patients all day on Mondays.



Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Survivorship Clinic (for survivors who are older than 21)

825 Eastlake Ave W
Seattle WA 98109
Phone: 206-288-1024 or 1-866-543-4272 (at either number, ask for the survivorship clinic)

Websites: and

Director: K Scott Baker, MD
Nurse Practitioner: Leslie Heron, ARNP, FNP-BC

The SCCA survivorship clinic provides clinical follow-up care, education, and advocacy for adult survivors of childhood cancer. It provides an individualized treatment summary and survivorship care plan, as well as an evaluation and information on the prevention of the late effects of your cancer and cancer treatment, recommendations and resources for dealing with long-term effects, and suggestions for healthy lifestyle behaviors. The clinic sees survivors on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Seattle Children's Cancer Survivor Program

PO Box 5371, M/S B6553
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 987-2106 option #6

Director: Eric Chow, MD
Nurse Practitioner: Lindsay Anne VanderWoude, ARNP

The Cancer Survivor Program provides clinical follow-up care, education, research and advocacy for survivors and their families as they resume their lives following cancer treatment. The Program coordinates care with specialty clinics throughout Children's to provide integrated care across all disciplines. Our clinic is open to survivors of childhood cancer with no signs of cancer who have been out of treatment for at least one year or more up to 21 years of age no matter where they received treatment.


Washington, D.C.

Long Term Follow-Up Clinic
Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders

Children's National Medical Center
111 Michigan Ave., NW
4th floor, East Wing
Washington, DC 20010
(202) 476-2167 or

Medical Director: Jeffrey Domes, MD
Coordinator: Katie Reid, PA

Clinic meets first and third Thursday of every month (general oncology) and fourth Thursday of every month (neuro-oncology). Sees survivors up to age 21.


George Washington Cancer Institute and Children's National Medical Center
Thriving After Cancer (TAC) program

2150 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 476-2510

Nurse Coordinator: Kate Shafer, MSW
Medical Director: Michael Czarnecki, DO

Multi disciplinary, comprehensive clinic meets every second and fourth Wednesday. Team includes pediatric oncology, internal medicine, nurse practitioner, primary care internists, social worker, nutritionist,. Eligible patients are 18 years or older and off therapy at least two years. Clinic provides Survivor Care Planning and referrals to specialists.



University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
American Family Children's Hospital Caring for Life Clinic

1675 Highland Ave
Madison, WI 53792


Medical Director: Diane Puccetti, MD
Nurse Practitioner: Sharon Frierdich, NP

Clinic meets twice a month on Wednesday mornings and sees survivors of all ages.


Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Next Steps Clinic

9000 W. Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 266-2774


Coordinator: Julie Nichols
Medical Director: Michael Kelly, MD
Nurse practitioner: Deb Schmidt (oncology) and Lynnette Anderson (children who received transplants)

Meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month; treats children, adolescents, and young adults. Patients must be 2 years off treatment or 5 years since diagnosis.


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