As a not-for-profit organization, Baptist health South Florida relies on donor support through Baptist Health Foundation to help advance technology, research, patient care and programs at Miami Cancer Institute.
Become a Baptist Health Champion of cancer research and treatment by donating today. The generous philanthropic support of the community is essential in helping the not-for-profit Baptist Health South Florida realize the ambitious vision of Miami Cancer Institute. Numerous opportunities still exist to leave a lasting legacy by permanently associating your name with this world-class facility.
Your Dollars Speed Innovation
Philanthropy is so integral to Miami Cancer Institute, it’s included among our “10 Pillars of Care.” At the Institute, donors support groundbreaking research to give cancer patients a lifesaving edge. Donors also help fund therapeutic programs and services that alleviate the burden cancer places on patients and families. Innovative research trials and beneficial support programs are often not funded by government or reimbursed by insurance. This is why generous donors play a major role in improving the lives of cancer patients and their families.
Miami Cancer Institute brings together world-class cancer experts and an unmatched dedication to multidisciplinary patient care, cutting-edge technology and innovative cancer treatments.
The Institute is one of the few cancer treatment centers in the world to provide every available radiation therapy technology in one location. We also are the only facility in South Florida – and one of the few in the nation – to offer proton therapy, an innovative treatment that targets cancer cells with pinpoint precision, avoiding healthy tissue. These advanced therapies are delivered by the most skilled radiation oncologists in the field.
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The patient navigation team is here to help you, answer your questions and provide support throughout your cancer journey. You or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer. The diagnosis can leave you feeling overwhelmed, alone and confused.
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