Seeking a Second Opinion in CT, MD, and NJ

While an initial cancer diagnosis can be understandably devastating, seeking a second opinion might be advisable. If you live in Connecticut, Maryland, or New Jersey, consider contacting Regional Cancer Care Associates

We’re here for you. Call us at 844-346-7222 or

When you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and are seeking the best care for your situation, navigating the many options available can feel overwhelming. It’s difficult to know where to begin and who to trust. RCCA provides tailored oncology solutions for every patient. We’ll work on addressing your diagnosis while taking the time to listen to your concerns and needs. Our cancer experts provide a trustworthy second opinion to patients throughout Connecticut, Maryland, and New Jersey.

Finding a Second Opinion

You may be seeking a second opinion regarding your cancer care if:

  • You have received a cancer diagnosis
  • You have received a cancer treatment plan
  • You are assisting a loved one with their diagnosis and treatment

We Have Experience with Many Types of Cancers

At RCCA, we focus on all types of cancer, including:

You can rest assured that our highly qualified physicians understand how to treat specific types of cancer. Our specialized facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and our clinicians come to us from top programs in the country. You’re receiving the best care, always. 

Our Cancer Services in Connecticut, Maryland, and New Jersey

We utilize an array of services to address the many facets of cancer care—from genetic testing to clinical trial enrollment. Some of our services include:

  • Telemedicine visits – to allow you to meet with your oncologist without having to leave your home.
  • Pharmacy services – including mail-order oral medication that’s covered by your insurance.
  • Effective chemotherapy treatments – along with thought-out integrative care to help you manage any side effects.
  • Radiosurgery – a highly effective treatment for many types of cancer. It allows patients with cancer to receive outpatient treatment with minimal side effects.
  • Immunotherapy treatment – takes advantage of your own immune system to “teach” immune cells how to attack cancer cells.
  • Clinical trial enrollment – We enroll patients with cancer in more than 300 clinical trials. Clinical trials offer an alternative treatment option if you’ve been diagnosed with a late-stage form of cancer or if other treatments have not been effective.

We’ll Support You Throughout Your Cancer Journey

Clinicians at RCCA will answer your medical questions regarding your cancer treatment or diagnosis. We specialize in oncology, so we understand what patients with cancer and their families are looking for. Cancer is both a physical challenge and a mental battle; we’ll make sure you are equipped to overcome any cancer diagnosis. Our compassionate cancer care team is here for you.

There are many treatment options available to patients with cancer. Our team can discuss which options are suitable for your diagnosis, their side effects, and their associated recovery time. We keep up with the most recent advances in oncology, so you can rest assured that you’re receiving top-of-the-line care

Contact Us Today for a Second Opinion

At RCCA, we have experience with all types of second and even third opinions. We’re committed to each and every one of our patients. Our cross-disciplinary team is composed of highly trained oncologists. We recognize the need to balance best-in-class treatment options with an environment of open communication centered on our patients.

Contact us today to discuss your needs. One of our care staff will answer your questions during the call or schedule you for a visit with a clinician.

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      For more information, or to schedule an appointment,
      call 844-346-7222. You can also schedule an appointment by calling the RCCA location nearest you.

      Regional Cancer Care Associates is one of fewer than 200 medical practices in the country selected to participate in the Oncology Care Model (OCM); a recent Medicare initiative aimed at improving care coordination and access to and quality of care for Medicare beneficiaries undergoing chemotherapy treatment.