For Patients & Caregivers
Find cancer treatment clinics and physicians
The Masonic Cancer Center’s clinical partner is University of Minnesota Health.
University of Minnesota Health provides patients with a specialized team of doctors, nurses, researchers and health care professionals committed to providing life-saving care. Patients have access to the latest most advanced treatment options, clinical trials and technology to ensure the best possible outcomes.
For new patients
Call us at 1-855-486-7226
Our intake specialists work specifically with our new patients to provide guidance on how to get started. They will help you schedule your first appointments, gather any important records, offer maps and directions if needed, and our intake center is staffed with an experienced oncology nurse who can help answer your health questions.
Newly diagnosed? Learn how to get started with University of Minnesota Health.
For current patients
If you are a current patient looking for the phone number of your cancer clinic:
Find a clinical trial
Advances in medicine are the result of new ideas and approaches developed through research. A new cancer treatment must prove to be better than the current standard of care, as well as safe and effective in scientific studies with a certain number of patients - before it can be made widely available. Cancer patients can potentially access breakthrough drugs, leading-edge medical devices, novel treatments and unique protocols through clinical trials. University of Minnesota Health Cancer Care partners with the Masonic Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, to offer clinical trials.
The goal of the information line is to help provide answers to questions that will assist you in making decisions about cancer care. Here are examples of information and assistance provided by the cancer information line:
- General information about cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment
- Clinical trials available for specific cancers at the University of Minnesota as well as other local and national clinical trials
- Cancer services available at clinics and hospitals affiliated with the University of Minnesota
- Finding area support groups
Hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.