The Tate Cancer Center at University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center opened in 2003 and is named for Creston and Betty Jane Tate, community philanthropists. The center was a $17.4 million project that was completed to provide cancer patients with high-quality outpatient care conveniently located on the hospital’s campus, all under one roof.
UM Cancer Network
The Tate Cancer Center is part of the University of Maryland Cancer Network. Led by the University of Maryland Marlene & Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, the UM Cancer Network provides access to national experts, the latest treatments, leading edge technology, and promising clinical trials — all close to home. Click here to learn more about the network.
Click here to view the Tate Cancer Center 's 2016 Annual Report.