Life after cancer
KITE Clinic: Personalized services help childhood cancer survivors soar
Children, teens and families who have triumphed over cancer often need extra help to be at their best afterward.
As part of our Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Program at Randall Children's Hospital, the KITE Clinic offers patients and their families a personalized plan and ongoing services to help manage long-term or chronic conditions related to cancer or its treatment.
KITE stands for Knowledge and Inspiration After Treatment Ends, and that's just what our pediatric specialists provide — in a single, coordinated office visit. We help patients with:
During a KITE Clinic visit, our patients and their families meet with:
We may also refer patients to other experts knowledgeable about the specific needs of childhood cancer survivors. They include specialists in:
The KITE Clinic is open to children and families who have been off cancer therapy for at least two years, including adults who are survivors of childhood cancer.
Please access our clinic questionnaire here
KITE Clinic visits are usually covered by insurance, but do require a referral and pre-authorization. Our team is more than happy to assist with this.
Please note: Survivors of childhood brain or spinal cord cancers receive specialized services through the Randall Children's Neuro-Oncology Clinic.
To learn more or make a referral, call 503-276-9300
Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel
Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Program
2801 N. Gantenbein Ave., third floor
Portland, OR 97227
Toll-free: 1-877-KIDS-ONC (543-7662)
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