Meridian's Brain Tumor Center is committed to being a leader in the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders or illnesses. Our multi-disciplinary team provides comprehensive, multifaceted care for individuals suffering from brain tumors and the neurological complications of cancer. These physicians and specialists work together to develop a personalized approach to each patient’s treatment.
Neuro-oncology involves the treatment of patients with malignant primary and metastatic brain tumors, primary nonmalignant brain tumors, and the identification and management of neurological complications of cancer, including paraneoplastic syndromes (immune attack of the nervous system stimulated by a cancer antigen.)
Our services include neuro-oncology, radiation oncology, neurosurgery, neuroradiology, hematology-oncology, and physical medicine and rehabilitation. We also offer a hospice program for end stages of cancer, its complications, and end-of-life support to patients and families.
Led by Joseph Landolfi, D.O., medical director of neuro-oncology for Meridian Cancer Care, our expert team of physicians and specialists is committed to providing advanced, personalized treatment for each patient.
Our neuro-oncology team provides advanced care for patients with a broad range of central nervous system tumors.
These tests can be used to help diagnose a brain tumor:
When facing a crisis, there is often a need to connect with someone in the same situation. Brain tumor patients, brain tumor survivors, and their families can find help through the Monmouth and Ocean County Brain Tumor Support Group.
Download the Meridian Brain Tumor Center brochure.