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About Surgical Oncology Clinic

At the Strada Patient Care Center's Surgical Oncology Clinic, our surgical oncologists are trained extensively in the latest surgical techniques, including minimally invasive procedures where appropriate and are all board certified in surgery, often in more than one specialty. They are experienced at using the most state-of-the-art surgical techniques, such as the da Vinci robot.

Patients needing oncology surgery receive expert care from our physicians and surgeons who treat many different kinds of cancer including melanoma, stomach cancer and breast cancer, to name a few.

Surgical Oncology Clinic's hours of operation are Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

USA College of Medicine

Our surgeons are also educators in the Department of Surgery at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. Visit the Department of Surgery to learn about its academic mission, residency and fellowship programs.

Surgical Oncologists

Parking & Directions

Surgical Oncology Clinic is located at the Strada Patient Care Center in Suite 2K.

1601 Center Street
Suite 2K
Mobile, Alabama 36604
P: 1 (251) 660-5763
F: 1 (251) 660-5752
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Amenities at the Surgical Oncology Clinic

This facility offers free parking and complimentary wifi to patients and their guests.

Clinical Trials at USA Health
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As the leading provider of innovative healthcare for Mobile and the Gulf Coast, USA Health offers patients new, promising experimental therapies through ongoing clinical trials.

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