At Cook Children's Hematology and Oncology Center in Prosper, we are working every day to bring more innovative research, ground-breaking medical treatments and trail-blazing clinical trials to children with cancer and blood disorders - so that one day - our wish to erase kid cancer and blood disorders will come true.
Childhood cancer and certain blood disorders in children can be extremely rare. And even those that are found in adults require a very different approach when it comes to treating kids, teens, and young adults. Choosing a board-certified pediatric specialist for your child's care ensures that your doctor has highly specialized training both in your child's diagnosis and in treating that diagnosis specifically in children.
- Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome
- Brain and Spine Tumors
- Kidney Tumors/Wilms' Tumor
- Leukemia and Lymphoma
- Non-Cancerous Conditions and Predisposition Syndrome
- Rare Cancers and Tumors
- Rhabdomyosarcoma and Soft Tissue Sarcomas
- Sickle Cell
- von Willebrand Disease
Trusted expertise: Our hematologists and oncologists are board-certified, which means they are trained and experienced in caring for your child. From the moment you contact us, you'll experience our deep commitment to your family.
Timely care: We offer virtual video visits for certain appointments and can answer your questions by phone.
Coordinated specialty services: If your child has a more complex medical need requiring additional specialists, we can refer you to nationally recognized teams in the Cook Children's network. We partner with more than 60 other specialty clinics to ensure every child gets the care they need.
Easy access: Our MyCookChildren's patient portal makes it easy to stay in touch. Message your doctors with a question. Schedule an appointment or see test results. You can even send a picture or video for immediate concerns.
Whether it's your first visit to the specialist or you are preparing your child for a test or stem cell transplant, you are no doubt feeling scared and apprehensive. The following information is provided to help reduce some anxiety and prevent adding unnecessary stress for both you and your child.
Before your visit
Prior to your visit, you will want to contact your managed care provider with questions about your insurance coverage, co-payments or deductibles. You may also be contacted by a patient registration representative with benefit information for your service. Depending on your situation, you may want to meet with someone from our social services department for assistance with financial issues and, if you are coming from out of town, information on transportation and accommodations.
We are here to help.
If your child has been diagnosed, you probably have lots of questions. We can help. If you would like to schedule an appointment, refer a patient or speak to our staff, please call our offices at 682-303-4200.