Our medical and surgical oncology services include screening and prevention education, treatment planning, inpatient acute care, outpatient diagnostic tests and treatments, and support groups for you and your family. You don’t have to drive hours to find a highly qualified, board certified physician to treat your cancer. Our doctors have the knowledge and skills to offer you leading-edge treatment right here in your community.
For assistance in finding a medical oncologist, a surgical specialist, or a radiation oncologist, please call our Cancer Care Navigator, a licensed RN who is standing by to help you with care coordination and other resources that are available to you in the community.
Many other specialists will rally with you in our fight against cancer, including specially trained nurses, physical and occupational therapists, case managers, pathologists, and radiation therapy staff.
Cancer conferences are an important part of the care process at the Doctors Hospital Cancer Care Center. During these conferences, our surgeons, medical and radiation oncologists and other specialists discuss complex cases in order to determine the best treatment options in order to achieve the highest outcomes for these individuals.
Our cancer registry collects and reports cancer data in accordance with state and national reporting standards. Our state uses this information to monitor cancer incidence trends; plan and implement cancer control and prevention activities; develop public and professional education programs; and stimulate scientific cancer research. This information is always confidential and is safeguarded to ensure that our patients’ identities are never released unlawfully.