511 West Washington Street
Geneva, NY 14456
Wilmot Cancer Institute at Geneva provides outpatient medical oncology, hematology, and infusion services for adults with many types of cancers and hematologic disorders. Located in a large, new facility built in 2015, Wilmot Cancer Institute Geneva provides patients with easier access to precision cancer treatments, resources, and clinical trials.
UR Medicine brings together 1,500 expert providers to treat you when your condition requires the expertise of a specialist. Our specialists are board certified, and many have fellowship training—the highest level of education in their field. Because we’re an academic medical center, their care is informed by the high-level research they lead to discover better cures and treatments.
With convenient on-site parking, Wilmot Cancer Institute Geneva includes a clinic and large infusion center for patients who need chemotherapy, hematology or infusion therapy. Other features include:
- An on-site lab for blood work is available several days a week for medical oncology and hematology patients. Blood draw services are also available at UR Medicine’s many other convenient laboratory locations.
- Supportive resources including social work and help navigating benefits and financial assistance programs.
- Clinical trials, which are available for a variety of cancers at different stages and help lead to the next generation of therapies.
- Outpatient palliative care services to help with pain and symptom management, as well as decision-making, throughout the treatment process.
- Survivorship care planning to help patients navigate life after treatment.
- Support groups available to patients and families.
- Integrative Oncology services, currently available virtually with limited in-person classes, through Wilmot's Pluta Integrative Oncology & Wellness Center.
- Genetics counseling and testing for Wilmot patients and/or family members at Wilmot's Hereditary Cancer Risk Reduction and Screening Program, currently available virtually or in person.