Cancer Care

Cancer may make you feel like you’ve lost control. We’ll put you back in charge of your life with proven therapies and the latest science, keeping you close to home and the people who help you stay strong.

Care where you’re most comfortable

In the face of a challenge, support from those you love means everything. We’re dedicated to providing complete cancer care in your community, where your family, friends and support network are there to cheer you on, and where you’ll be most comfortable on the road to recovery.

We get to know you and your family members on a first-name basis. Expect us to provide treatment and resources that consider all your needs – physical, emotional and spiritual.

More about what to expect.



When you are considering a hospital for cancer care, accreditation and outcomes matter. Our programs are recognized for excellence by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC) and reviewed regularly to ensure we continue to meet the highest standards.

How we diagnose and treat cancer

As part of our commitment to detecting cancer in its earliest stages, we use advanced techniques for screening and diagnosis. You also have access to genetic counseling and testing to help you understand and manage your risk of hereditary cancer. Our specialists are skilled in treating all types of cancer and create personalized care plans, which often combine treatments to give you the best outcome.

Chemotherapy and infusion

Chemotherapy is the use of drugs to kill cancer cells. Most patients receive chemotherapy by mouth or through an IV into a vein. Infusion therapy, also administered through a vein into the bloodstream, provides you with fluid, blood or blood products, nutritional supplements or targeted therapies, as needed.

More about chemotherapy and infusion therapy.

Radiation therapy

Radiation therapy uses high-energy radiation to shrink tumors and kill cancer cells. Radiation may be delivered by a machine into the body (external beam radiotherapy) or by placing radioactive material inside the body where it works to kill nearby cancer cells (brachytherapy). We offer a number of innovative technologies, such as TrueBeam and TomoTherapy®, which help pinpoint tumors, protect surrounding tissue and minimize side effects and discomfort.

More about radiation therapy.

Cancer surgery

Cancer surgery or surgical oncology is often the first line of treatment in fighting cancer. It’s used to diagnose and stage cancer and remove cancerous tumors and tissue. Many operations use minimally invasive procedures that require smaller incisions and result in quicker recovery.

More about cancer surgery.


Immunotherapy, also called biological therapy, uses your body’s natural immune system to protect you and fight cancer. For greater effectiveness, immunotherapy is often used with other cancer treatments like radiation and chemotherapy. Immunotherapy works best to treat early-stage cancers.

More about immunotherapy.

Innovative technologies at SCL Health

Our medical centers use some of the most advanced technologies in treatment for cancer patients. This affords many more options for the optimal approach to treatment – especially for patients with challenging cancers of the lung, breast, abdomen or head and neck – often using the most minimally invasive procedures possible.

Clinical trials and research

Cancer research is one of the most active and promising fields in medical science, with new discoveries emerging on a regular basis. In many cases, we’re able to provide our patients with direct access to these innovative therapies through participation in clinical trials.

Learn more about what we offer and how to qualify for a clinical trial.

How we support you through cancer

In addition to the latest cancer treatments, you’ll benefit from therapies and services to help you manage the impact of cancer on you and your family.

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