Whole-Person Cancer Care

Often a cancer diagnosis makes people feel like their world is about to collapse. At UCLA Health cancer clinics, patients […more…]

Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology

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(310) 794-2089
Associate Director of Development: Audrey Hiatt


A center of integrative oncology… maintaining wellness, maximizing health, and complementing the best oncologic practices and scientific research through individualized care offered by a multidisciplinary team committed to enhancing the physical, psychological and spiritual well-being of people touched by cancer.

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When I was diagnosed, my world went dark with fear and anxiety. The Center gave me a safe space to voice those fears, get help, and see that I could still live a bright and fulfilling life. It showed me what was possible and for that, I am eternally grateful. It’s also so helpful that the services are free of charge as the cost of my medical treatment would otherwise make attending impossible.
Simms/Mann patient

Life Affirming Care for Patients

Philanthropic gifts enable this essential cancer care to be provided predominantly free of cost for those who need it, during the crisis that can be a cancer diagnosis. 

The Simms/Mann Center is seeking gifts to its annual fund, or to an endowment that will further ensure the perpetuity of the Center’s direct care. 

Endowment donations of any amount are matched by the Simms/Mann Family Foundation at 20%. Named endowments can be created for gifts of $250,000 or more, with donors receiving an annual stewardship report.

In our logo, the three petals represent the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit of each patient. The water droplet is the care team coming to nourish, help, and guide you. The arch connects all the elements into one and further represents the embracing team approach to your care. 

Key Supporters

Dr. Vicki Mann Simms and Ronald Simms
Marci and Jeffrey Dinkin
Lauren and Austin Fite
Phillip Gonzales
Michele and Ted Kaplan
Dr. Emily Lefkowitz and Ted Pascaru
Therese Seraphine-Leonard and Andy Leonard
Camelia and Jeffrey Lynne
Richard Miller 
Richard Newman
Drs. Janie and Allan Orenstein
Saul Rosenzweig 
Mary Saltzburg and Bud Hoffman
Marjorie Bach Walsh and Joe Walsh
Hinda and Ken Ziskin
Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation
Joseph Drown Foundation
Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research
Lotus US Foundation
RAR Foundation
Simms/Mann Family Foundation