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One of our primary objectives is to help patients and their caregivers, families and friends navigate their treatment path as easily as possible. If you have a tumor or related disorder and your physician has referred you to our center, you may be asked to contact us.

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General information:

Phone: 866-941-8264
Fax: 513-584-8645
*E-mail: (use form below please)

*We ask that you have the following information available when you contact us:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Daytime phone number
  • Insurance coverage — name of the company and your insurance plan number
  • Diagnosis — the nature of the problem
  • Tests you have had
  • Medical treatments or surgery you have had for this condition

Mailing address:

Brain Tumor Center
UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute
234 Goodman Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

To request a doctor’s appointment for brain tumor referrals:

Phone: 866-941-8264

Office location:

University Medical Arts Building
222 Piedmont Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

To make a donation:

Phone: (513) 558-6112

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