Patient Care

We offer some of the most technologically-advanced, holistic, personalized care available as we work to treat not just the cancer, but all symptoms of the disease.

Before Your Chemotherapy Treatment

  • What You Should Know About Chemotherapy

    Chemotherapy, also known as chemo, destroys cancer cells through powerful drugs.

    How does it work?

    Chemotherapy stops or slows cancer cells to cure or control cancer, or ease cancer symptoms.

    When is it used?

    Chemotherapy is often combined with other cancer treatments such as surgery or radiation.

    How is it administered?

    Most often, drugs are given intravenously into the arm or chest. Some types of chemotherapy can be given through pills, shots or creams.

    You can receive chemotherapy during a hospital stay, at your doctor’s office, or even at home.

    What should I know?

    If you’re going to receive chemotherapy infusion, ask a member of your health care team how long it will take. If the treatment is going to take a while, you may get bored. Bring something to do, or a friend to visit with.

    You may feel unwell or fatigued afterward, but not necessarily. Plan to rest the day after, and have someone drive you to and from your chemotherapy appointment.

Cancer Care

  • Board Certified Medical Oncologists
  • Oncology-Trained Nurse Practitioners
  • Clinical Trials
  • Highly Skilled Clinical Team
  • Full Service On-Site Laboratory
  • Same-Day Test Results
  • Chemo Certified Infusion Nursing Staff
  • On-Site Pharmacy
  • Oncology-Trained Pharmacy Staff
  • Private Infusion Rooms
  • Research Staff
  • Music Therapy
  • Resource Room
  • Financial Counselor
  • Social Worker
  • Genetic Counseling
  • Dietitian
  • Becky's Place
  • Support Groups
  • Complimentary Refreshments