Pancreatic Disease Program at MedStar Georgetown

Pancreatic Disease Program

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's Pancreatic Disease Program is the area's only comprehensive, coordinated and multidisciplinary service dedicated to benign and malignant pancreatic disease at any stage.

Features of our program include:

  • A multidisciplinary approach to care, featuring renowned specialists in invasive gastroenterology, surgery, medical oncology, radiation medicine, radiology, and interventional radiology
  • More experience treating a greater number of pancreatic patients than any other hospital in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area
  • Doctors who are experienced at treating pancreatic tumors using CyberKnife®, a precise and minimally invasive form of radiation medicine
  • A Pancreatic Disease Program Coordinator, a dedicated nurse navigator who supports pancreatic disease patients
  • Clinical research, a top-rated ICU, counseling and other services to ensure the best possible outcome
  • Clinical trials through MedStar Georgetown's Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, the only NCI-designated comprehensive center in the area and one of only 46 in the nation

Pancreatic Disease Program Coordinator

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's pancreatic patients are cared for by Jane Hanna, RN, OCN, the dedicated nurse coordinator for the Pancreatic Disease Program. Ms. Hanna is a liaison for referring physicians and their patients and helps with all aspects of patient care-from diagnosis to treatment to follow up. She is also a resource for clinical trials and provides patient and community education.

Make an Appointment

To find a pancreatic disease specialist or get more information, call our scheduling line or request an appointment online.

Phone: 866-731-PANC

Recognized for Expertise in Treatment of Pancreatic Diseases

One of 30 centers in the United States and the only facility in the Washington, D.C. area, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital has been recognized for the care of people with pancreatic diseases by the National Pancreas Foundation (NPF).

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