Care for colorectal cancer patients at UCLA is provided by UCLA Health’s UCLA Gastrointestinal Oncology Program.
UCLA Health diagnoses and treats all gastrointestinal conditions, including every type of gastrointestinal cancer. They provide initial diagnoses and second opinions for even the most complex gastrointestinal tumors.
The UCLA Gastrointestinal Oncology Program offers the expertise of an integrated medical team that includes some of the West Coast’s leading experts. Their care incorporates new advanced treatments such as robotic and minimally invasive surgery and precision medicine. And with a clinical research program that is among the world’s best, patents have access to new therapies not yet available elsewhere.
Make an appointment
Please call the UCLA Health Cancer Hotline at 888-ONC-UCLA (888-662-8252) Monday through Friday, 7am to 7pm, or our Physician Referral Service at 1-800-UCLA-MD1 (800-825-2631) Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.
For more information about insurance, billing, patient forms, map and directions, and more, please visit the UCLA Health website.
To refer a patient
If you are a health care professional and would like to refer a patient to the UCLA Gastrointestinal Oncology Program, please visit the UCLA Health website for more information.
Clinical trials for colorectal cancer
Clinical trials are a vital step in discovering new treatments for cancer. UCLA doctors conduct clinical research to find new therapies for colorectal and gastrointestinal tumors, and geneticists also work with precision medicine, which uses your DNA to help pinpoint the best treatment for you. By participating in a clinical trial, you will have access to the most innovative care.
Clinical trials for colorectal cancer are conducted through the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center. If you are interested in finding out more about these studies, visit our list of open clinical trials.
Learn more about colorectal cancer
For more information about colorectal and other gastrointestinal cancers, and their symptoms, risk factors, and screening and treatment options, please visit UCLA Health’s gastrointestinal cancer pages.Back to Top