We see patients at the Henry-Joyce Cancer Clinic and Clinical Research Center (Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center's outpatient care clinic), as well as our other clinics at The Vanderbilt Clinic (TVC), 100 Oaks, and the Village at Vanderbilt.

We are proud to be known as a National Cancer Institute (NCI) comprehensive cancer center – one of only two in Tennessee. This means that we conduct programs in basic, clinical, and preventive research as well as education. Our clinics are structured to function by disease site with multidisciplinary teams working collaboratively to optimize care for people with cancer and hemoatologic diseases. 

Patients seen at the Henry-Joyce Cancer Clinic are among the first to receive new cancer care treatment options because 1) we have a very active clinical trials program and 2) our doctors and scientists work as a team to bring new drugs and treatments studied at Vanderbilt to patients as quickly and safely as we can.

We know that each patient's type of cancer is different, and each patient has unique concerns and needs. We design treatment plans specific to each patient and are proud of our outstanding healthcare teams. 

Dr. Abramson and patient
Dr. Vandana Abramson, a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hematology and Oncology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, talks with a patient at the Vanderbilt Brest Center in Nashville.

Henry-Joyce Cancer Clinic and Clinical Research Center

1301 Medical Center Drive
1710 The Vanderbilt Clinic
Nashville, TN 37232-5536
Phone: (615) 936-8422

Clinic Hours: 
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday