Arizona Oncology is dedicated to the health and safety of our patients, employees as well as all guests that visit any one of our clinics. We have updated our visitor policy at this time. Please note; only one caregiver is allowed to accompany during your appointment, no one under the age of 18, and no visitors in the infusion rooms, radiation and treatment areas. If you have flu-like symptoms, you should contact Arizona Oncology before visiting our clinics for scheduled appointments. This includes fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as coughing or difficulty breathing. We ask that you follow our tips to stay healthy and to help do our part in prevention of spreading of these viruses.

Locations and Physicians

Scottsdale - Gynecologic Oncology

10197 N. 92nd Street, Suite 101
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Map & Directions

Phone: (480) 993-2950
Fax: (480) 993-2957

Gynecologic Oncology

Mike Janicek, MD

Treatments & Services

Clinical Trials & Research
Genetic Risk Assessment
Outpatient Chemotherapy
Pharmacy/Admixture




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