Why Choose St. Luke's
St. Luke's Brain & Spine Tumor Center provides the region's only patient-centered multidisciplinary clinic for primary and metastatic diseases of the brain and spine. The Center gives the patient an opportunity to meet a multidisciplinary team of doctors from neurosurgery, radiation therapy and medical oncology at one time and one location.
By bringing together physician expertise in these highly specialized areas, St. Luke's offers patients a cohesive, comprehensive, personalized treatment plan tailored to the each patient's diagnoses and unique needs without the need for the patient to travel to multiple locations and physicians. Patients benefit from innovative surgical, medical and radiation oncology treatment approaches and access to the latest clinical trials and investigational therapies.
A nurse navigator also is present to implement treatment plans and coordinate studies among the various departments. Her work continues between clinics to keep patients on track with treatment plans.
- Dr. Hugh Moulding completed his fellowship in neurosurgical oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
- Radiation oncologist Dr. Nimisha Deb and medical oncologist Dr. Neil Belman specialize in treating tumors of the brain and spine.
- Dedicated neuroradiologists evaluate all imaging.
- This expert multidisciplinary team meets weekly to ensure the most appropriate, effective and timely treatments are given.