Jimmy Everest Center
for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Children

Location of Care

OU Children's Physicians Building
OU Children's Physicians Building - 10A

Jimmy Everest Logo with Children's

About our Care

The Jimmy Everest Center provides state-of-the-art care for children and adolescents with cancer and blood disorders. We educate patients, families, and health care professionals as well as we conduct research to improve patient outcomes. 

Cure rates vary according to the type of cancer, but overall childhood cancer survival rates have improved since the 1950s from less than 10 percent to about 84 percent. These statistics provide hope for ​families and children dealing with a cancer diagnosis.

Our center also provides comprehensive consultations and care for children and adolescent with blood disorders including anemias, disorders of white blood cells, platelet disorders, bone marrow failure, and bleeding and clotting disorders.

State-of-the-Art Medical Diagnosis and Treatment

Our board-certified, pediatric hematologist-oncologists are specially trained to diagnose and treat children and teens with cancers such as:

Our comprehensive care includes access to state-of-the-art medical diagnosis and treatment in patient- and family-friendly facilities. Many of the treatment opportunities that ​The Jimmy Everest Center provides are unavailable elsewhere in the state:

The center also has specialized multidisciplinary clinics including:

  • Comprehensive Sickle Cell Clinic

  • Comprehensive Brain Tumor Clinic

  • Neuro-cutaneous Syndrome Clinic

  • Taking on Life after Cancer (TLC) Survivorship Clinic

Our team of pediatric cancer specialists provide both the latest investigational therapies as well as conventional treatments. Especially important is the fact that our team specializes in treating cancer in children and teenagers. They consider the effects of chemotherapy, radiation and other therapies on a child's growing body​ making every effort to minimize negative effects that ​such treatments may have during important developmental years.

Partnering with Other Specialists for Comprehensive Care

We partner with other pediatric specialists, including:

  • ​Pediatric surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedists, urologists and otolaryngologists

  • Radiation oncologists

  • Radiologists

  • Anesthesiologists

  • Pathologists

In addition to these specialists, our comprehensive team includes:

  • Certified pediatric oncology nurses

  • Social workers

  • Child life specialists

  • Parent liaisons

  • Chaplains

  • Nurse practitioners

  • Physician assistants

  • Volunteers from the Oklahoma Children's Cancer Association