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    Cancer Services


    “Once you choose hope,
    anything's possible”
    – Christopher Reeve

    Memorial Medical Center provides the most patient-centered program in the area with a full range of inpatient cancer therapies and outpatient radiation oncology services. Memorial is accredited by the American College of Surgeons as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Program (CCCP). If you would like to help support Memorial Medical Center, click here to find ways to give.

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    The Oncology Department at Memorial Medical Center offers a comfortable environment for cancer treatment with many helpful services. The Radiation Oncology Department administers radiation therapy on an outpatient and inpatient basis. We also offer clinical trials to help find new and better ways to detect, diagnose, prevent or treat cancer.


    Complementary therapies are offered to help a patient during the process of recovery, healing or coping. Therapies include music, touch, writing, art, movement, fitness programs, and more. Family members and caregivers can also participate.


    The emotional needs and proper nutrition of a patient are very important during treatment. Social services, support groups, dietitians and nutrition tips are available to help the quality of life during treatment.


    Find ways to stay informed by checking upcoming classes and events, reading the latest press releases, videos and resources online.


    Memorial Medical Center offers additional patient support through its oncology nurse navigator program. A breast cancer nurse navigator is available to assist survivors by providing education, resources and emotional support to help patients get through their cancer journey. Navigation services add another dimension to MMC’s holistic approach.

    For more information on navigation services, please contact
    Cathy Anthony, RN at 209-530-3937.