Cancer care
close to home

"They're so patient with you and very, very friendly. You create a bond with them. It was a very good experience."
- Beverly

Gift Of HopeOur Approach

The gift of hope

Exciting advances in cancer care are always big new events. Thanks to these advances in technology and healthcare, cures are being discovered, survival rates are improving and side effects of treatments are dramatically decreasing, improving a patient’s quality of life. Our doctors bring those advances to you, close to home, where you have support of family, friends and community, regardless of your cancer diagnosis. We work with you to develop the best cancer treatment plan using the latest evidence and the most advanced non-surgical therapies.

It takes more than medicine to get the best care; we believe compassion, empathy and joy are important to healing. Actions often speak louder than words, so you’ll notice our difference when you see us giving hugs, offering a warm blanket, and enjoying working together.

We provide hope by offering the most advanced treatments available and focusing on what’s important to you. We’re committed to making your journey as easy, comfortable and positive as possible.

Expertise & compassion

We’ve assembled a highly skilled team of doctors, nurses and radiation therapists to take care of you. We are grateful that you trust us. We promise to treat you like we would want one of our beloved family members – our patients describe our cancer center as “like being home.”

You and your loved ones will probably have lots of questions when you’re first diagnosed. Keep a list of your questions and bring them to your appointments. Our knowledgeable staff will take the time to make sure you understand your diagnosis and treatment plan.

Reliable & helpful information

There are a lot of unknowns that come with a cancer diagnosis so we do our best to give you as much information as we can to help put your mind at ease. Whether you’re the person diagnosed with cancer, family member or loved one, the way you approach this life-changing event will be a reflection of how you approach life. Some people like to dig into the science to understand what cancer is and what the treatment options are from a technical standpoint. You might want to know statistics about the prognosis, the potential side effects or alternative therapies. Others may focus on the emotional and spiritual aspects of the journey. Regardless of your “style,” it’s important to educate yourself using reliable sources.

The American Cancer Society and The National Cancer Institute are helpful, trustworthy websites full of educational materials which cover all types of cancer, well-being for cancer patients, coping for family members, survivorship and more.