Houston Methodist Neal Cancer Center at The Woodlands

We believe there's a better approach to cancer care — one that heals all of you.

At Houston Methodist Dr. Mary and Ron Neal Cancer Center at The Woodlands, we treat every aspect of your cancer. Leading oncologists work with our specialists across disciplines to minimize cancer’s effects on major organs. Our compassionate and supportive care team provides residents of The Woodlands with expert cancer services — including screenings, genetic testing, diagnostics, cutting-edge treatments and technology, access to clinical trials and patient support.

Why Choose Houston Methodist Neal Cancer Center at The Woodlands

The benefits of choosing our cancer care team at The Woodlands include:

  • Expert cancer care close to home
  • Specialists who work as a team to design and deliver the most effective treatment plan for you
  • Personalized treatment plans that leverage the most advanced technology and techniques available, including immunotherapy and targeted radiation therapies
  • Oncology nurse navigators who provide support through and beyond your recovery
  • Screenings and educational events to help prevent cancer
  • High-risk programs to help prevent cancer via nutrition, education, genetic counseling and disease surveillance

Access to Cutting-Edge Clinical Trials Close to Home

Our physicians support numerous cancer-specific clinical trials, meaning you may have access to new and potentially promising treatments that aren't available elsewhere.

Cancers We Treat at Houston Methodist Neal Cancer Center at The Woodlands:



See a complete list of cancers treated at all of our hospitals.

We offer a wide variety of treatment options including surgery, systemic therapies and innovative radiation therapies. Unlike other cancer centers, we perform advanced surgery and reconstruction procedures in The Woodlands, so you can get comprehensive cancer care close to home.

Oncology Nurse Navigators

We recognize it can sometimes be overwhelming when trying to evaluate and coordinate your overall care needs. Our dedicated navigators are licensed registered nurses who work in conjunction with your health care team to assist you through your treatment journey. Their focus is to help you understand your diagnosis and care options, facilitate connection to resources, and promote a successful treatment outcome and experience. You and your family can rely on these clinical professionals, who are committed to providing a compassionate, personalized approach to address your needs and guide you toward survivorship.

Cynthia Andrews, RN, MS, CCRN — The Woodlands

Cynthia is an oncology nurse navigator at Houston Methodist Neal Cancer Center at The Woodlands. She has over 10 years of experience as a registered nurse, working with oncology patients for more than 5 years in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. She also is certified in critical care nursing and holds a master's degree in nutrition. Cynthia values patient-centered collaboration with the health care team to help the patient fully understand their diagnosis and treatment options. She also understands the importance of being the patient's advocate and providing emotional support along the way. Call Cynthia at 281.223.0576 or email candrews@houstonmethodist.org.

Peggy Reinhold, RN, MHA — The Woodlands

Peggy has more than 30 years of experience in a variety of roles as a registered nurse. As an oncology nurse navigator at Houston Methodist Neal Cancer Center at The Woodlands, she is a strong and compassionate patient advocate who collaborates with the health care team to achieve the best outcomes and experiences for patients and their families. Peggy has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing as well as a master’s degree in healthcare administration. Peggy has been very active in community outreach in Montgomery County for more than 20 years which is an asset to patients as they seek additional support within their communities. Call Peggy at 832.302.8919.

mreinhold@houstonmethodist.org

 

USING IMMUNOTHERAPY TO TREAT CANCER

Our oncologists are spearheading groundbreaking work in immunotherapy, a chemotherapy alternative that removes some of the toxicity traditionally associated with fighting cancer.


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