City of Hope Opens New Location in Huntington Beach, Offering More Local Access to Advanced Cancer Treatment, Research, and Cures

Highly specialized cancer expertise is now more accessible to South OC communities and beyond

City of Hope Opens New Location in Huntington Beach. Keyang Pang/ UNE

Huntington Beach – Today, City of Hope, a leading research and treatment organization for cancer, celebrates the opening of City of Hope Seacliff in Huntington Beach. This 17,000-square-foot location marks a significant expansion of City of Hope’s footprint in Orange County, delivering advanced cancer services closer to home.

“City of Hope knows there is a lifesaving difference with cancer-focused expertise. We also know how important it is to have access to this expertise closer to home,” said Annette Walker, president, City of Hope Orange County. “The physicians and staff at City of Hope Seacliff are not only Orange County’s leading cancer experts, but they are compassionate and dedicated people who walk alongside their patients in their journeys to survivorship. Thank you to everyone who has helped make this day possible.”

Annette Walker, president, City of Hope Orange County. Keyang Pang/ UNE

The Seacliff location is the second-largest location in the City of Hope Orange County network of care and provides patients with a broad range of programs and services, including:

  • Advanced cancer care delivered by renowned City of Hope physicians and staff
  • On-site surgical procedures, including Mohs surgery for skin cancer, biopsies and other minor procedures
  • 20 private infusion bays with panoramic views of Orange County
  • 15 light-filled exam rooms with large-screen monitors for patient consultations
  • Access to groundbreaking clinical trials
  • Onsite counseling from a dedicated social worker and financial counselor
  • Supportive care services that address the spiritual and emotional needs of patients
  • Integrative oncology services that bring together Eastern and Western medicine to improve outcomes and quality of life
  • Unparalleled expertise in gynecologic oncology, prostate cancer, blood cancers and more

Two-time cancer survivor Kathy Miller Willahan, a Huntington Beach resident, said she is grateful to have the new facility close to home.

Two-time cancer survivor Kathy Miller Willahan. Keyang Pang/ UNE

“Cancer is a scary thing. But everyone who walks through these doors will receive the hope they need for more tomorrows with their loved ones,” Miller Willahan said. “Always remember “Hope is the only thing stronger than fear.” And with City of Hope here in Huntington Beach, hope is just around the corner,” she said.

City of Hope Seacliff is home to leading cancer experts with unsurpassed expertise in numerous cancer types.

  • Luke Chen, M.D., medical oncologist/hematologist
  • Joshua Cohen, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., F.A.C.S., gynecologic oncologist, medical director, gynecologic cancer program
  • Sudarsan Vishnu Kollimuttathuillam, M.D., medical oncologist/hematologist
  • Tiffany Loh, M.D., dermatologist, program director, Mohs micrographic surgery
  • Danny Nguyen, M.D., medical oncologist/hematologist
  • Nishan Tchekmedyian, M.D., medical oncologist/hematologist, deputy physician-in-chief, City of Hope Orange County
  • Nerses Simon Tchekmedyian, M.D., F.A.C.P., medical oncologist/hematologist
  • Jeffrey Yoshida, M.D., urologist, medical director, division of urologic surgery
Nishan Tchekymedian, M.D., deputy physician-in-chief, City of Hope Orange County. Keyang Pang / UNE

“We’ve always wanted to make sure that people with cancer receive the best possible care – and that’s something we are continuing to advance today, with the opening of City of Hope Seacliff,” said Nishan Tchekymedian, M.D., deputy physician-in-chief, City of Hope Orange County, and a hematologist and oncologist who will practice at City of Hope Seacliff.

City of Hope Opens New Location in Huntington Beach. Keyang Pang/ UNE

City of Hope Seacliff, located at 2100 Main St., Ste. 300, Huntington Beach, will welcome its first patients on Monday, May 20.

City of Hope Opens New Location in Huntington Beach. Keyang Pang/ UNE

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