Mission and Philosophy
Great Care Begins with a Great Plan.
The days following a cancer diagnosis can stir feelings of uncertainty, urgency and apprehension. Cincinnati Cancer Advisors exists to improve the care of cancer patients seeking a second opinion so that they walk away with a thorough understanding of their diagnosis and confidence in their plan of care.
We believe that great care begins with a great plan and in doing so we hope to take those feelings of chaos out of a cancer diagnosis through our team-oriented, mission-driven approach to making second opinions more accessible.
“I am a firm believer that you have to be passionate about what you
do. I can’t help people fight a battle like cancer if I don’t have a fervent
focus on the entire journey!”
Jillian Hunt MSN, APRN, FNP-C, AOCNP
A Collaborative Approach
The way we work makes second opinions for cancer treatment worth every minute of your time.
Our expectation is that the interaction with our cancer advisors is a one-time, comprehensive evaluation and recommendation. Your Cincinnati Cancer Advisors team will not replace your primary oncology providers. We support them through:
Extra time and more research, all on your behalf.
Availability to advise your team of treating physicians
Clear, efficient communication, in-person or through telemedicine.
Our collaborative process is multi-layered, leaving no stone unturned:
We utilize multidisciplinary subspecialty expertise to give you an accurate assessment of your disease.
Our clinical, pathological and radiographic review of your clinical history, physical findings, radiographic images and pathological slides helps to provide much-needed peace of mind with respect to your initial diagnosis.
Our team approach with input from appropriate specialists leads to a great plan of care.
Finally, we recommend a course of action utilizing our physician specialists with expertise for your particular diagnosis and cancer treatment.
We are your partners in patient cancer care. Our collaborative approach employs global resources while providing patients with the time and resources they deserve during this difficult time.
This allows for greater understanding of your patients' diagnosis and empowers them to feel confident in their course of treatment. Each patient remains fully under your care.