Carole and Ray Neag
Comprehensive Cancer Center 

Support Groundbreaking Cancer Prevention, Research and Care

The Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center proudly offers a complete range of world-class services, from innovative cancer prevention programs to today's most sophisticated treatments, including the region's only TomoTherapy radiation oncology system.

Our experienced team of providers includes nationally-recognized experts in medical oncology, surgical oncology, gynecologic oncology and hematology, as well as specialized nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers, genetic counselors and much more. Together, we offer a comprehensive, team approach that places the highest emphasis on personalized care to meet the unique needs of each individual patient.

The Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center offers outpatient and inpatient care in a convenient, suburban location in Farmington, Connecticut. We are proud to be part of the University of Connecticut Health Center, a university hospital where new advances in care are vigorously pursued.

Thank you for taking time to visit our site and learn more about the comprehensive care, state-of- the-art technologies and vibrant research advances that make the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center a wonderful resource for men and women throughout Connecticut and the region.


First Major Gift for Bioscience Connecticut

uchc-stories-2012-11-lublin.jpgNovember 2012 - The University of Connecticut Foundation is pleased to announce the first philanthropic gift in support of Bioscience Connecticut initiatives at the UConn Health Center. Richard and Jane Lublin, of Avon, have donated $250,000.

Women's Health Benefactor Leaves $1.75-Million Estate Gift

uchc-stories-2012-09-hollfelder.jpgSeptember 2012 - During his life, Fred M. Hollfelder devoted his considerable resources to preserving his late wife's legacy of support for women's health and education. His final $1.75 million estate gift will benefit countless patients at the Charlotte Johnson Hollfelder Center for Women's Health.

2012 UConn Cancer Research Golf Tournament

August 2012 - Thank you to all of the golfers and friends who helped to make the 2012 tournament such a success! Thirty-five years of fighting cancer.

Inaugural Women's Health Breakfast

stories_2012-09-brewer2c.jpgAugust 2012 - The UConn Foundation is pleased to announce the inaugural Women's Health Breakfast to benefit the Charlotte Johnson Hollfelder Center for Women's Health at the UConn Health Center on October 18, 2012. Proceeds from this exciting new event will benefit the free mammogram program.

Calhoun Spends Summer Supporting UCHC

2012-06-enews-calhoun.jpgJune 2012 - Hall of Fame Coach Jim Calhoun channels the same boundless energy and leadership it takes to win trophies into philanthropy. Every summer, he trades the coaching bench to raise money and awareness for two causes close to his heart: cardiology and cancer.

Tee Off for Cancer Research

2012-06-enews-cancergolf.jpgJune 2012 - The 2012 UConn Cancer Research Golf Tournament is in its thirty-fifth year. Get ready to tee off to fight cancer on Monday, August 6 at the Tumble Brook Country Club in Bloomfield.

Calhouns Honored for Giving

2011-12-enews-calhoun.jpgDecember 2011 - The UConn Foundation has presented its first Philanthropy Award to Jim and Pat Calhoun for their extraordinary humanitarian and philanthropic efforts.

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