Pediatric cancer and blood disorders treatment in Southeast Georgia
Memorial Health Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital of Savannah is equipped to provide comprehensive cancer and blood disorder treatment to children throughout Southeast Georgia and southern South Carolina.
Our dedicated pediatric cancer specialists are committed to providing leading-edge treatment for infants, children and adolescents with all types of pediatric cancers and blood disorders. We also offer families the support they need following a cancer diagnosis.
To learn more about pediatric cancer care, please call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (912) 350-9355.
Pediatric cancers and blood disorders we treat
We provide complete clinical services, including state-of-the-art pediatric imaging and innovative treatment plans. We treat:
- Pediatric cancers
- Bone cancer
- Brain cancer
- Blood disorders
- Factor deficiencies
- Sickle cell
- Von Willebrand Disease
Following a diagnosis, we tailor a treatment plan to specifically meet your child's health needs. This can include:
- Coordination of care for blood and marrow transplants
- Nonsurgical options, such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy
- Pediatric surgery
Our pediatric oncologists and hematologists are with you and your family every step of the way. Our children’s hospital is the only hemophilia center designated in the state of Georgia.
Our Pediatric Multispecialty Clinic provides outpatient care for cancer and bleeding disorder patients. Our outpatient clinic is where patients receive chemotherapy, blood products, antibiotics and other infusion services. This is also where we provide care and maintenance of central lines that provide medications and other fluids.
To speak with someone at the Pediatric Multispecialty Clinic, place call us at (912) 350-5646.
Pediatric cancer support services
We know that having a child diagnosed with cancer can be difficult, not only for your child, but also your whole family. Our hospital offers support groups to help patients and their families throughout cancer treatment and recovery. Our support groups include:
- Pediatric Oncology Patient and Parent Support—POPPS offers education, emotional support and interaction for kids and teens with cancer and their families. Monthly activities may include recreational outings, psychoeducational topics for caregivers and support activities for caregivers. This group meets on the third Monday of every month.
- Relief Parent support group—This group is for parents who have a seriously ill child receiving inpatient or outpatient treatment. The group is facilitated by our social workers and a child life specialist is present to provide arts and crafts activities for the children. The purpose of these meetings is to serve as a break and provide a safe place for parents to interact and support each other.
To learn more about our pediatric cancer support groups, please call (912) 350-5616.