Meridian Cancer Care expands access to services with addition of Jackson practice

Source: GMN Health
Access to exceptional cancer care services has been enhanced by Atlantic Hematology Oncology Associates, LLC joining Meridian Medical Group.
As part of Meridian Medical Group, these fellowship trained and board certified physicians will continue to provide the skilled and compassionate care that members of the community have come to know and trust. Now, patients have access to additional locations that are close to home, as well as seamless access to sub-specialists that are part of the Meridian Cancer Care team.
Patients have expanded access to the hematology and oncology experts Madhurima Anne, M.D., David Greenberg, M.D., William Lerner, M.D. FACP, Michael Levitt, M.D., FACP, HMDC, Peter Mencel, M.D., FACP, and Arthur Topilow, M.D., FACP, through four convenient locations.
In addition to seeing patients in their offices in Manasquan and Brick, the doctors are now seeing patients at the new cancer center located at Meridian Health Village in Jackson and will see patients in the new Jersey Shore University cancer center being constructed in Neptune.
Patients and their families can have peace of mind knowing that a complete range of services, from innovative clinical research trials and Nurse Navigators, to supportive survivorship programs are all part of the comprehensive resources available through these physicians and Meridian Cancer Care.
These experts have extensive experience in caring for patients with a variety of cancer diagnoses. They treat cancers of the brain, breast, colon and rectal, endocrine, prostate, ovarian, head and neck, leukemia and lymphoma, pancreatic, skin (melanomas), lungs (thoracic), esophagus, kidney, sarcomas, gastric cancers and more. Additionally, the physicians are fellowship trained in treating blood disorders such as anemias, blood clotting problems, white blood cell diseases, etc.

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