Information for Patients

Clinical care and service to cancer patients are provided through Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals Case Medical Center, the patient care components of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Partners in Clinical Care

Clinical care and service to cancer patients are provided through Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals Case Medical Center, the patient care components of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center. Patients seeking treatment from a comprehensive cancer center have the benefit of access to a full range of services, from basic research information to advanced treatments and psychosocial and supportive care. Important aspects of this access include the opportunity to be part of clinical trials as well as being offered the latest cancer treatments.

For appointments or referrals, contact our clinical partners:

UH Seidman Cancer Center logo

UH Seidman Cancer Center
Call: 1.866.UH4.CARE
Visit: uhhospitals.org/seidman/

Cleveland Clinic logo

Cleveland Clinic
Call: 1.866.223.8100
Visit: my.clevelandclinic.org/cancer/


Clinical Trials

Cancer clinical trials are research studies that involve people. They may also be called "studies." Cancer clinical trials are done to see if new drugs, devices or treatments are safe and effective for people to use.

Cancer clinical trials can help prevent, find and treat cancer. They can also help manage symptoms of cancer or side effects from treatment.

Learn more about cancer clinical trials:

UH Seidman Cancer Center
Call: 1.800.641.2422
Visit: uhhospitals.org/seidman/research/clinical-trials

Cleveland Clinic
Call: 1.866.223.8100
Visit: my.clevelandclinic.org/cancer/clinical-trials-research

National Cancer Institute
Call: 1.800.4.CANCER (1.800.422.6237)
Visit: cancer.gov