Comprehensive Cancer Care That’s Close to Home
Mercy Cancer Center is 1 of only 32 facilities nationwide to earn the Outstanding Achievement Award by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) in 2017. More impressively, we’re 1 of only 16 facilities nationwide to earn it four or more times in a row. Very few cancers centers have ever achieved this status, which puts Mercy Cancer Center in a very elite class.
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At the Mercy Cancer Center, we believe that to be truly effective, we must be comprehensive in our approach to the treatment of cancer. We are committed to offering the very best possible care and outcomes for the patients and families we serve. Our goal is to make it easier for you if we can.
Treating approximately 700 new cancer patients every year, the Mercy Cancer Center offers state-of-the-art diagnostics and surgical facilities, innovative treatments with chemotherapy and radiation, national cancer research trials and the latest in cancer information. But what sets us apart from other providers is our holistic approach to cancer care. At the Mercy Cancer Center, we strive to take care of the whole person and not just their cancer. That means we start with progressive and technologically advanced treatment and then surround you with nurturing and supportive services to help you throughout your cancer journey.
We invite you to learn more about our services, physicians and staff by viewing the various sections of our website. More than ever before, the Mercy Cancer Center is dedicated to providing the very best in cancer care and we are proud to serve our community and region.
Mercy Cancer Center Mission
As a Catholic health care organization, our mission at Mercy Medical Center is to continue Christ’s healing ministry by providing quality, compassionate, accessible and affordable care for the whole person. The Mercy Cancer Center upholds this healing ministry of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine by offering advanced, quality healthcare to those afflicted with cancer.