WELCOME TO THE NAEF K. BASILE CANCER INSTITUTE
The Naef K. Basile Cancer Institute (NKBCI) at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) is a state-of-the-art adult cancer facility providing comprehensive cancer treatment and research.
The Institute was established through the generous contribution of the Naef K. Basile Foundation, bearing the name of the late Dr. Naef Basile, a Lebanese-American physician whose lifelong wish was to give back to his country of birth, founding an institute that would compare with the best cancer centers in the world.
The NKBCI relies on multidisciplinary specialized teams to diagnose and treat cancer and fosters health education programs to raise awareness on cancer prevention and early diagnosis.
BREAKING: THE NAEF K. BASILE CANCER INSTITUTE’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19 OUTBREAK
IN ACCORDANCE WITH SAFETY MEASURES UNDERTAKEN AT THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT MEDICAL CENTER GUIDED BY THE INFECTION CONTROL AND PREVENTION PROGRAM, THE NAEF. K. BASILE CANCER INSTITUTE HAS STRIVED TO IMPLEMENT AN ADDITIONAL SERIES OF STRICT INFECTION CONTROL MEASURES TO ASSURE THE SAFETY OF CANCER PATIENTS VISITING THE INSTITUTE FOR CONSULTATIONS AND TREATMENT.
Learn more about precautionary measures and guidelines for cancer patients at the above link
SCHEDULE AN ONLINE CONSULTATION WITH A HEMATOLOGY OR ONCOLOGY SPECIALIST
Learn how to schedule an online visit through MyAUBHealth or contact the call center directly on 01- 759 618.
On the CoronaVirus & cancer, smoking and CoronaVirus stigma at our Educational Material section and our Pinterest account
MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR
The NKBCI is an exciting and growing institute with leading clinicians, educators, and scientists working together to improve patient care. Our faculty participates in a full-range of academic activities that includes basic science research, clinical research, and teaching. We aspire to be a refrence in medical care leading innovation in the treatment of cancer in Lebanon and the region.
PATIENT CARE SERVICES
PALLIATIVE AND SUPPORTIVE CARE
UPDATED: PATIENT EDUCATION MATERIAL