A second opinion could save your life.
Whether it’s having work done on your car or home, conventional wisdom tells you to get at least three estimates. So when it comes to your health, and your cancer care in particular, why wouldn’t you seek a second opinion?
Patients benefit from our team’s dedication to discovering and delivering innovative treatments, technologies and techniques, including genetic testing and personalized care plans.
ACCESS TO CLINICAL TRIALS
Clinical trial access through our partnership with US Oncology Research allows patients to be among the first to benefit from breakthrough research and therapies.
A DEDICATED AND EXPERT CARE TEAM
Specialized teams of oncologists, researchers, and support staff deliver the highest quality care in the most compassionate way, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond..
Your first choice for a second opinion.
Not all opinions are the same. At Arizona Oncology, we provide cancer care that is focused on expertise, compassion, and leading-edge technology. Our cross-functional teams are dedicated to your care, frequently communicating and reviewing your healing journey to ensure nothing is missed and that all of their collective expertise is brought to bear for your health. As part of the US Oncology Research Network, we have access to clinical trials that can offer advanced treatment options not available with other providers.
Arizona Oncology has over 20 locations across the state, so no matter where you live, there’s a team of caring experts close to home who can help you thrive with and beyond cancer. After all, if your cancer care isn’t worth a second opinion, what is?
Most insurance plans will cover a second opinion. In fact, some plans actually insist on getting one. If you're not sure, ask your insurance company directly or call us and we can find out for you.
To ensure you get the most out of your second opinion visit, bring the following items for your oncologist to review:
- Your medical records that include the diagnosis and stage
- Most recent blood test results
- Any images such as CTs, MRIs or PET Scans on discs
- Biopsy results
- The treatment plan that's been recommended