There are things every cancer patient wants. You want information. Knowledge. Truth. You want to be included in decisions. You want care to be coordinated. Seamless. You want to know caregivers care and that they are working as a team. Patients and family want to be part of that team. You want help with appointments, insurance, financial issues and life.
And you want the best cancer-fighting care you can get.
The St. Bernards Cancer Center is Northeast Arkansas’ most comprehensive center for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Download a brochure to read about the medical oncology/hematology, radiation oncology, infusion therapy and other services provided at St. Bernards Cancer Center. Check out this virtual tour:
Care and Treatment
The doctors who saw you quickly and listened slowly. The navigator who didn’t just point you in the right direction but walked with you every step of the way. The radiologists who worked a little later to get your answers a little faster. The smiles. The tears. The hugs. And the help with the little things that aren’t little things at all.
Fighting cancer is easier when the help is good. And when there’s plenty of it. Here are just some of the cancer care services St. Bernards provides:
- Cancer navigation
- Clinical trials
- Genetic testing and counseling
- Guest housing
- Hormone therapy
- Molecular targeted treatment
- Multidisciplinary breast cancer conference
- Multidisciplinary lung cancer conference
- Palliative care
- Radiation therapy
Want a second opinion?
When it comes to cancer, the first treatment plan should be the right treatment plan, and if you are uncertain or have questions about your course of treatment, get a second opinion. St. Bernards cancer care specialists are available to help. Getting started is as easy as submitting an online request for a second opinion.
When Kristie was diagnosed with breast cancer, her doctor recommended a revolutionary new treatment.
Pam comes from a long history of breast cancer. That’s why she made the most difficult choice imaginable.
A routine mammogram by St. Bernards found her breast cancer in its earliest stages.
Thanks to advanced imaging, St. Bernards caught his lung cancer at a very early stage.
Bill Wood never suspected he had cancer. Or that it could have been developing for 50 years.