Primary Care for Cancer Survivors Program


Program Overview

The Johns Hopkins Primary Care for Cancer Survivors Program works with cancer survivors through their cancer journey: from diagnosis, during treatment, to life after cancer treatment. As internists, our goal is to treat the whole person while considering their cancer history and other medical problems, with an emphasis on preventive health and quality of life. Our expert care for survivors of cancer combines our clinical expertise with expertise as teachers and researchers.

We collaborate locally, regionally, and nationally to advance scholarship educate patients, providers, and the broader community and provide personalized care to each patient at every visit.

Our Services

  • Standardized cancer follow-up testing
  • Addressing late and long-term effects of cancer and cancer treatment
  • Addressing other medical problems (e.g., diabetes, hypertension)
  • Healthy lifestyle counseling
  • Palliative care


Meet the Team

Our physicians are members of one of the world’s leading academic medical centers, bringing you the latest in cancer survivorship care through clinical innovation, educational curricula, and patient-centered research.


  • Youngjee Choi, M.D.

    • Program Director, Primary Care for Cancer Survivors Program
    • Assistant Professor of Medicine
    • Assistant Professor of Oncology
  • Kimberly Sue Peairs, M.D.

    • Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs, Department of Medicine
    • Medical Director for Primary Care Value and Innovation in the Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians
    • Associate Professor of Medicine
    • Associate Professor of Oncology