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The UC Brain Tumor Center is a regional center of excellence that accepts referrals from around the United States and the world. To make a referral, please contact us directly at

Phone: 866-941-8264
E-mail: UCNI@uchealth.com

Please have the following information available when you contact us:

  • Patient’s name
  • Patient’s address
  • Patient’s daytime phone number
  • Diagnosis – the nature of the problem
  • Tests patient has undergone
  • Medical treatments or surgery patient has undergone for this condition

UC Health Transfer and Referral Center

(513) 584-BEDS (2337)

When you have a patient with symptoms that could indicate a brain tumor, 5 minutes can make all the difference. Once you call the UC Health Transfer and Referral Center about issues related to brain tumors, you can expect:

• An attending physician to return your call within 5 minutes
• A bed assignment at the UC Medical Center in 45 minutes
• Our Brain Tumor specialists on call 24/7 to answer your questions,
regardless of transfer status

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