Clinical Cancer Center, Froedtert Hospital
Clinical Cancer Center, Froedtert Hospital Campus
8800 W. Doyne Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226

43.0401839, -88.0248985

TRAFFIC ALERT: There is construction on I-41 north of the Zoo Interchange in both the northbound and southbound lanes. It does not impact the Froedtert Hospital campus or surrounding locations, but ramp and lane closures may affect your route to and from your appointment. Learn more at projects.511wi.gov.

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Hours of Operation

Cancer Center

Monday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Pharmacy

Monday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Location Details

Small Stones Wellness Center

Monday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Location Details

Clinical Cancer Center Features

U.S. News & World Report Award
Froedtert Hospital was awarded the 2016 Outstanding Achievement Award by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS).

 

The Clinical Cancer Center gives patients access to world-leading technology and treatment options for cancer care.

  • A single, large clinic area where patients return for each visit
  • Extensive space for physician consultations
  • Diagnostic imaging labs and a specialized cancer blood lab
  • Treatment facilities, including our innovative Day Hospital for patients who need chemotherapy and other infused treatments
  • 24-Hour Cancer Clinic, a specialized clinic that provides care by oncology providers for cancer patients’ unexpected medical issues
  • A dedicated Breast Care Center
  • A pharmacy
  • The Jeffrey C. Siegel Quality of Life Center, offering a full range of support services
  • Our world-renowned Palliative Care Program — the only one like it in Wisconsin and one of the most prominent palliative care centers in the nation
  • Classes, support groups and events
  • The Small Stones Wellness Center, offering resources and expert guidance in restoring and maintaining appearance
  • A “bistro” that offers healthy and organic selections and Wi-Fi access
  • Convenient, free parking and valet service

The multidisciplinary cancer clinics are located on the second and fourth floors of the Clinical Cancer Center. The clinics each house several different cancer programs.

  • Courage Clinic — Gynecologic cancers; thoracic cancers (including lung and esophageal; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Palliative Care (Second Floor)
  • Life Clinic — Prostate and urologic cancers; sarcomas (bone and soft tissue cancers); benign hematology (blood diseases that are not cancer) (Second Floor)
  • Faith Clinic — Colorectal cancers; liver cancer; pancreatic cancer (Second Floor)
  • Hope Clinic — Head and neck cancers, brain and spine tumors, endocrine cancers (Second Floor)
  • Grace Clinic — Leukemia; lymphoma; myeloma; blood and marrow transplant (Fourth Floor)
  • Skin Cancer Center — Skin cancers (Fourth Floor)

Cancer Clinical Trials

Providing you with the most up-to-date cancer treatment options. 

Tools to Find Your Way Around Campus

Wayfinding App

Froedtert & MCW Finder

Froedtert & MCW Finder Icon

The digital app provides step-by-step directions to locations throughout the campus. It's available for download from the App Store or Google Play on both Apple® and Android™ devices.

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To download, search for "Froedtert & MCW Finder" and look for the app icon pictured here. Make sure your Bluetooth® technology is enabled. Once you have downloaded the app, go to the "Directory" tile and search for your destination on the hospital campus.

Coming or Going - We're Here to Help

Getting You Where You're Going

Many of our entrances have Welcome Centers staffed by guest relations representatives. You'll recognize these staff members by their red coats. They are here to help you find where you are going and arrange transport if you need assistance. 

Discharge Hospitality Suite

When you are ready to leave the hospital, your care team will work with you to ensure a smooth transition home. If you need to wait for transportation or prescriptions, our Discharge Hospitality Suite is a comfortable place for you to wait. Learn more.

Visiting the Froedtert Hospital Campus

As part of our efforts to take the best care of our patients, visitors and staff, visitors on the Froedtert Hospital campus will be asked to:

  • Stop at an information desk.
    • In the Center for Advanced Care (CFAC), this is on Level 1.
  • Provide any valid photo ID (applies to those age 18+).
  • Have their photo taken for a temporary visitor badge, depending on the building they want to visit.
  • Wear the badge while visiting (wear badge visibly above the waist).
  • Return the badge at an information desk when leaving.
  • Get a new badge upon returning or if the badge expires.

Please bring any valid photo ID and allow a few extra minutes for this check-in process to make the most of your visiting time. If you have any questions, please talk with one of our staff members. Thank you for your cooperation.

First-Time Visitors

The underground parking structure has 350 spaces reserved for patients and visitors. It is open from 4 a.m. – 8 p.m. (Exit lanes remain open after 8 p.m.) Free valet parking is also available at the covered entrance on the east side of the building.

  • Enter the lobby from underground parking or the covered entrance.
  • Take the lobby elevators to the floor where your appointment is scheduled.
  • Representatives at the lobby concierge desk can answer any questions you may have.

Plan to arrive 15 minutes before your appointment. If additional time is needed, your new patient coordinator will let you know. You should bring:

  • A list of any questions you want to ask your physician or nurse.
  • A list of your current medications (or simply bring the labeled medication containers).
  • The letter you received confirming your appointment time and location.
  • Your filled-out medical history questionnaire (if included with your confirmation letter).
  • Your insurance card or coverage information.
  • Family and friends — we encourage patients to bring anyone they would like to have with them.

After-Hours Access
Patients and visitors arriving after 8 p.m. and before 4 a.m. must enter through the Froedtert Hospital  entrance. Parking is available in the attached structure. All visitors must stop at the Froedtert Hospital Information Desk and receive a visitor pass. They will then be directed to the Clinical Cancer Center.

Read more about visiting hours and guidelines.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) continues to recommend masks, social distancing, screening and other precautions for settings like hospitals and health care clinics. For everyone’s safety, all individuals within our facilities will be required to wear a medical-grade face mask.

More Information

MyChart

If you are a current patient with MyChart, schedule your request for a physical, follow-up or office visit through MyChart. You can also manage prescriptions and message your provider.

Insurance

Please bring current insurance information to your appointment or prescription pick-up. If you are being referred, please check with your doctor to see if you need to bring a referral form as well.

Patient Reviews

The comments are submitted by patients (or their caregivers) and reflect their views and opinions. The comments are not endorsed by and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network. Learn more about our survey.*

Ratings

* Due to high volume, only the most recent 30 comments are displayed for a selected value.

Dr. Alalah is the best!
He understands me and my family ! He genuinely cares!
Always appreciate Dr Bylow's expertise and friendly personality!
My consultation with Dr Cheng was very thorough. It is evident that Dr Cheng cares very deeply for his patients. He does a wonderful job explaining the cancer treatments. I'm very grateful he is my medical oncologist.
Ana, Thank you for your personal interest you show to me on every appointment I've with you, It's like you feel my pain and you use your knowledge to make me feel better.Thank you Ana.
Dr Clarke is outstanding in every way.
Dr. Teneja Has been my doctor for years! I recommend him to everyone who needs a pulmonary Doctor!
First time meeting with this provider, so far, so good!
Dr. Kelly is the best! She shows concern and care every time I see her. I love our visits together!
This doctor is outstanding. She went out of her way to take care of me after I missed the original appointment. I am very grateful to her and for her.
Dr Rader and her team are the best
Dr. Ludwig was very detailed in his explanations. He explained everything in terms we could understand.
The explanations were very thorough.
Dr. Becky Massey is great...very knowledgable and thorough, intuitive and gentle--she also completely understood my quirky sense of humor regarding my cancer diagnosis, which I appreciate hugely. I'm having major surgery next week and I feel like I'm in capable hands. All other staff were kind and professional.
Dr Caitlin Patten saved my life! She is a wonderful, caring, compassionate & knowledgeable doctor! Highly recommend!
Dr. Patten was wonderful! She explained everything in detail, but at a level that was easy to understand. She was calm and patient and kind. I'm so grateful to have her as my surgeon!
Thank you for caring.
Entire staff did an outstanding job. Especially Dr. Evans. He is the best!!
Doctor was very caring.
Katrina Shay was professional, focused, kind and very well prepared. She definitely ranks at the top of my caregivers.
She was awesome I would recommend her to anyone.
Everything was well in tune with my care.
Everything was explained thoroughly. Every question I had was answered carefully and completely. She was efficient and professional, but still friendly. Just what I needed.
Thanks you Dr. Lawton and team!
Dr was outstanding in taking the time to explain all my options and concerns. The best...
Dr. Kelly is amazing!!! She is intelligent, kind, caring, she listens. Each time I meet with her, she impresses me more and more. Would not ask to have cancer; but as long as I did, I feel so very fortunate Dr. Kelly was around to be my doctor. THANK YOU, DR. KELLY!
I had some scans that I didn't know the results of except through My Chart. The NP ordered the scans and called me and explained everything to me. It was a great relief. It was good news and I was grateful she took the extra step to help me.
Dr. Wong was very knowledgeable. He had reviewed my case and felt confident in his recommendations moving forward. He was patient in asking my many questions. Everyone at the Hope Clinic is very nice, concerned and helpful. However, a test was ordered and surgery was recommended and I am waiting to hear the doctor's interpretation of the test results and what it means for my treatment moving forward. I have sent an email and called and am hoping to hear back today. I wish the response time could be quicker, because when it's cancer, it's difficult to wait to know what the plan moving forward is going to be. I am very grateful for Dr. Wong and his concern for me. I think he if very thorough and a caring physician. Hopefully, my diagnosis will allow me to work with him moving forward.
Dr. Currey and the staff were excellent and I was very pleased with my treatment and care.
Dr Hamadani is incredibly intelligent and knows his job and his patients like none other. From the moment he enters the room, he pays very close attention to the patient for any possible issue that might be visual. He asks questions and listens to the answers. He's quick and thorough. I feel so fortunate to have been placed in his care. I know he saved my life.