Cancer Center Profile

Northside Hospital Cancer Institute is Georgia’s largest and most comprehensive community cancer care provider. With a network of more than 55 cancer locations and the highest number of board-certified oncologists in the state, it diagnoses and treats more new cases of cancer each year than any other community cancer program in Georgia. Read More ›

Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center (ACC) is comprised of 6 hospitals and many facilities located in the tristate area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Read More ›

The Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, Sibley Memorial Hospital, Washington, DC, provides a wide range of healthcare services to the area’s communities. Through integrated care with other Johns Hopkins locations, the center’s healthcare team has access to novel treatments and resources to assist in developing and delivering individualized cancer care to patients. Read More ›

The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center (UMGCCC) in Baltimore is a National Cancer Institute–designated comprehensive cancer center, a distinction that places it in the top tier of cancer institutions in the United States. Read More ›

The Cedars-Sinai Blood & Marrow Transplant (BMT) Program, Los Angeles, CA, has performed more than 2200 stem-cell and bone marrow transplants since its inception in 1990. Read More ›

Mayo Clinic is one of the largest providers of bone marrow transplants in the United States, having performed nearly 10,000 stem-cell transplants at its campuses in Arizona, Florida, and Minnesota. At Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, approximately 500 transplants are performed each year. Read More ›

The Oncology Nurse-APN/PA spoke with Lisa Senerchia, RN, BSN, OCN, about her roles and responsibilities at the University of Chicago Cancer Center at Silver Cross Hospital, New Lenox, IL, and how a team-based treatment approach can improve the lives of patients with cancer. Read More ›

St. Luke’s Cancer Institute, Boise, ID, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Formerly known as Mountain States Tumor Institute, St. Luke’s employs medical and radiation oncology specialists, as well as fellowship-trained cancer surgeons in areas such as thoracic, hepatobiliary, gynecologic, and urologic oncology. The facility also offers autologous and allogeneic bone marrow and stem-cell transplantation and is a National Marrow Donor Program Apheresis Center. In addition, St. Luke’s is home to Idaho’s only pediatric cancer program and federally sponsored hemophilia center.

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Cancer care can be provided by many types of institutions, from large comprehensive cancer centers to small rural hospitals. In this issue of The Oncology Nurse-APN/PA (TON), we are focusing on a rural cancer center in Appalachia—the Adena Cancer Center, Chillicothe, OH, which is part of the Adena Health System. Adena has a main campus, where the cancer center is situated at Adena Regional Medical Center, as well as 2 additional critical access hospitals in Greenfield and Waverly. Together, they serve the health needs of 9 counties in south central and southern Ohio. Read More ›

Allegheny Health Network (AHN) is a large, integrated healthcare system that provides care to patients throughout western Pennsylvania. As part of this network, the AHN Cancer Institute (AHNCI), offers personalized, high-quality cancer care to patients at >20 locations in and around the Pittsburgh area. The institute uses the latest, most effective anticancer therapies, and through its partnership with Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, can offer patients access to clinical trials as well as combined expertise when second opinions are necessary. Read More ›

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