Fill out the brief, online, secure Medical Opinion Request Form.
The form will take less than five minutes to complete. You'll answer basic demographic questions and provide information on your diagnosis or problem. The form is appropriate for those seeking a second, or first (primary), medical opinion.
Within 24-hours, or on Monday after a weekend request, your specialty trained oncology nurse navigator will contact you for a telephone screening. If appropriate, the nurse navigator will schedule an expedited, in-person physician consult to provide your second opinion and present an individualized care plan.
Many insurance plans cover second opinions. Please contact your insurer to check your insurance coverage.
Receive your medical opinion.
Patients must be present for an in-person physician consult to receive their medical opinion and individualized treatment plan. Check your insurance coverage; insurers often cover second opinions. Patients may also be required to provide relevant medical records.
The consult may be with one oncologist or a multidisciplinary team, depending on the type of cancer. We have subspecialists who treat nearly every form of cancer.
For certain cancers, we have Multidisciplinary Clinics, where our team of doctors gathers in one consultation room to review, discuss and evaluate each patient's case, and then develop an individualized treatment plan.