medical oncology and hematology

You and your family may be faced with making important decisions regarding treatment options. Millennium Physicians is here to meet your needs at this difficult time in your life. Our physicians and team of experts are committed to treating patients in a collaborative and compassionate environment and will be there for you every step of the way. Cancer impacts everyone involved. To help you and your loved ones throughout the cancer care journey, our support programs are designed for patients and caregivers alike, offering tips, tools and resources.

Millennium Physicians Oncology teams consists of 12 Medical Oncologists that provide the necessary treatment to improve the quality of life for patients. Our physicians will use the latest, most aggressive medications available to eliminate cancer cells. At Millennium Physicians, each patients has a dedicated team of cancer experts who work together all under one roof to design an individualized treatment plan, monitor progress and make adjustments when necessary. The oncology team will care for every patient uniquely to determine the best possible treatment. We offer a full range of advanced treatment options:


Advanced Treatment Options

  • Clinical Trials - Controlled research studies, designed to answer medical questions about a new treatment or discovery. Patients, who qualify and choose to participate, receive care from experts in the development of new treatments. 
  • Cytotoxic Chemotherapy - Kills cancer cells using anticancer drugs. It eliminates cancer cells by dividing cells, which creates the common chemotherapy side effects
  • Hormone Therapy - Targets the body’s hormones by adding, blocking or removing them from the body in an attempt to slow or stop cancer cell growth.
  • Immunotherapy - Uses the body’s own immune system to fight cancer, either by stimulating the immune system to attack cancer cells or providing it with antibodies or other tools to combat it.
  • Intrathecal Chemotherapy (IT Chemo) - Used to treat cancers that have reached the central nervous system, including some types of leukemia and lymphoma.
  • Intravesical Therapy - Used to treat bladder cancer by giving chemo directly into the bladder through a catheter rather than giving it by mouth or injecting it into a vein. A major advantage of this therapy is that the drugs usually do not reach other parts of the body, which helps patients avoid many of the side effects that can occur with chemo.
  • Molecularly Targeted Therapy - Reduces toxicity and increase effective levels of chemotherapy by targeting the delivery of the anticancer drugs.
  • Radiation Therapy – Remove, kill or damage cancer cells in a certain area.
  • Targeted Therapy - Designed to directly interact with targeted tumor. They block tumor cell proliferation, instead of kill cells like standard chemotherapy.



We have 5 office locations, Shenandoah, The Woodlands, North Houston, Tomball and Kingwood, which have infusion suites to serve you close to home, delivering care that is efficient and convenient as possible. Our nurses, specially trained in oncology, will treat you with compassion and understanding. Treatments may vary from a single injection to 6-8 hour treatments so please remember to arrange for transportations to and from your appointment.




At Millennium Physicians, hematologists, medical oncologists and radiation oncologists work as a multidisciplinary team to provide an individualized treatment plan for patients with blood cancers like leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

Blood cancers typically start where blood is produced in the bone marrow. The normal blood cell development process is usually disrupted by an abnormal blood cell or cancer cell. These cells prevent your body from normal functions, like fighting infection or excessive bleeding.

For more information on blood disorders or cancers, visit one of our physicians or visit some helpful websites like American Society of Hematology, American Cancer Society or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.




Medical Oncology Locations


For more information, you can also visit our online resources page.