Attention: We will remain open as we are considered an essential business under the executive order “Stay Safe, Stay Home” We will continue all chemotherapy/immunotherapy infusions as previously scheduled.

If you have a an appointment scheduled to see a provider in clinic, please note we are offering patients a Telehealth visit in place of an in-person visit. Please contact our office @ 586-323-1500 to arrange a telehealth visit.

We have taken measures to protect our patients, staff and the community during the outbreak. We are following the state and federal recommendations and restricting visitors at both Sterling Heights and Shelby Township locations.

Currently, we kindly request:

  • No visitors in the infusion area. Patient receiving treatment only.
  • Patients with a scheduled office visit are allowed 1 visitor only.
  • Anyone under the age of 16 is restricted from visiting.
  • Proper hand washing or using hand sanitizer prior to entering or leaving the office.

The difficult decision to restrict visitors was made only after careful consideration. With the help of our patients and their families, we can all be part of the healing process.

Thank you,
Cancer & Leukemia Center

  • Beaumont Medical Center

    Our Location

    Beaumont Medical Center
    We are located inside the Beaumont Medical Center, which is in Sterling Heights across Dequindre Road from Beaumont Hospital, Troy and connected to the hospital by a skywalk.

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  • Treatment Services

    Patient Information

    Treatment Services

    CLC’s board certified doctors are leaders in Beaumont Health System’s Oncology Center of Excellence. Studies show that the outcome in working with a specific disease and planning a successful comprehensive treatment is relative to experience.

    CLC uses a team approach by coordinating with specialty physicians to successfully treat patients.

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  • Meet Our Experts

    our team

    Meet Our Experts

    It takes a team of expert oncologists to fight a complex disease like cancer. No two cancers, like no two people, are exactly alike. Our doctors along with our clinical and nursing staff are dedicated to providing the most suitable medical care and treatment for our patients in the most caring and understanding environment.

    Expert care means treating the cancer while compassionately caring for the person fighting it.

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Why Choose Cancer and Leukemia Center (CLC)

Cancer and Leukemia Center’s dedicated team of oncologists, hematology specialists and medical professionals provide evidence-based and personalized care. The individual needs of the patient will determine CLC’s comprehensive and targeted treatments which involve multi-disciplinary approaches and specialist collaboration.


Experience and Treatment Plans

CLC’s board certified doctors are leaders in Beaumont Health System’s Oncology Center of Excellence. Studies show that the outcome in working with a specific disease and planning a successful comprehensive treatment is relative to experience. CLC uses a team approach by coordinating with specialty physicians to successfully treat patients. In the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of patients, CLC uses the best research-proven assessments and targeted therapies in day-to-day client care.

Compassionate and Personalized Care

Listening to and providing answers to patient questions is vital to making the best decisions about the plan of care for each individual patient. The CLC team will bring professionalism and experience as well as a sensitive bedside manner to support patients through treatment. Focusing on the individual needs of each patient, CLC treats the patient, not just the disease.

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Patient Forms

Patient Forms
For your convenience, you can print and fill out all applicable forms ahead of time.

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Success Stories
Read personal stories we hope will inspire you to keep a positive outlook.

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Success Stories
Accepted Insurance

Accepted Insurance
CLC participates in a variety of insurance plans. Find out if your insurance plan qualifies.

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About CLC
Our approach to your health is to treat you, the patient, not just the disease.

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About CLC