Cancer Care

CoC-accredited program logoAs a leading provider of cancer care regionally, Seton Medical Center offers technologically advanced screening and diagnostic tools, a robust portfolio of treatment capabilities, and a cancer care team dedicated to individualized care and support of patients and their families. Care is provided in patient-centered facilities located on the hospital campus, including the nationally accredited Cancer Care Center, which has been designed as a warm and comfortable setting for patients and their families.

Seton Medical Center’s Cancer Program is proud to be accredited by the Commission on Cancer, a symbol of our commitment to providing the highest quality cancer care to our patients.

Cancer Care Center
1900 Sullivan Ave., Daly City
(650) 991-6454
Monday – Friday | 8 am – 5 pm

Nationally accredited as a comprehensive community care program, Seton’s Cancer Care Center provides advanced screening, diagnosis and treatment services to patients in the comfort and convenience of their own community.

Expert physicians and staff work as a multidisciplinary team, using state-of-the-art technology in conjunction with individualized treatment plans to provide the best possible outcomes for patients with many different types of cancer.

For patients requiring radiation therapy, the Cancer Care Center at Seton Medical Center houses two state-of-the-art linear accelerators, which employ sophisticated 3D treatment planning software and intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) to deliver precise radiation doses and effectively destroy tumor cells while preserving surrounding tissue.

Additional services offered in the Cancer Care Center at Seton Medical Center include:

  • clinical nutrition counseling
  • physical and occupational therapy
  • pain management
  • palliative care consultation
  • educational programs
  • spiritual care
  • psychological counseling
  • support groups
  • social services
  • transportation assistance

As part of accreditation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, Seton physicians participate in weekly tumor boards with other medical, surgical and radiation oncologists.

Free valet parking is available at the main entrance to the hospital and additional free parking is available near the entrance to the Cancer Care Center.

Surgical Services
Seton Medical Center – First Floor
(650) 991-6511
Monday – Friday | 8 am – 5 pm

Surgery is often a first step in cancer therapy. Seton has experienced surgeons who provide care for a diverse range of cancer diagnoses. For prostate and gynecologic tumors, for example, surgeons may choose Seton’s da Vinci robotic technology to perform minimally invasive procedures that enhance healing time and reduce the impact on surrounding tissue. Stereotatic technology with computer navigation and CUSA ultrasonic tissue ablation is also available for neurological procedures.

Outpatient Infusion Center
1850 Sullivan Ave., Suite 400, Daly City
(650) 991-6402
Monday – Friday | 8 am – 5 pm

Located within the Outpatient Surgery Center, the Infusion Center provides comprehensive care for patients requiring intravenous treatment, including chemotherapy. The comfortable, patient-centered Infusion Center is staffed by registered nurses who are certified in chemotherapy and are dedicated to treating patients holistically, addressing each person’s physiological, psychological and emotional needs in a caring environment.

Oncology Unit
Seton Medical Center – Tenth Floor
(650) 991-6454

Seton Medical Center has a dedicated, 30-bed inpatient Oncology Unit that is staffed by chemotherapy-certified nurses who are focused on meeting the unique needs of cancer patients and their families.

  • Visit the Physician Search for board-certified physicians at Seton Medical Center who focus on cancer care.

For related information, refer to:

  • Breast Health Center
  • Gastroenterology Service
  • Imaging and Laboratory Services
  • Support Groups
Recent Case Studies

The Cancer Committee performs quality studies each year. In 2012, Seton Medical Center’s Quality Improvement Outcomes Studies focused on Hepatocellular POC and Lung care.