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Good Samaritan Cancer Institute offers consultation and treatment for the care of benign and malignant brain tumors. The multidisciplinary team includes oncology surgeons, radiation oncologists, physicists and radiation therapists.
Some of the latest medical advances, research and technology offered for your cancer care include:
As part of a comprehensive approach to cancer care, Good Samaritan Cancer Institute features The Breast Institute; offering full-service breast cancer screening and treatment conveniently located within the Good Samaritan Medical Center.
The Breast Institute offers low-dose screening and diagnostic mammography, breast cancer surgery, stereotactic biopsy, ultrasound, 3-D Automated Breast Ultrasound, CT scanning, 3TMRI, PET-CT, bone densitometry.
In addition, we offer support groups for newly diagnosed breast cancer patients, patients currently undergoing treatment and those who have also completed treatment. Learn more about Good Samaritan Cancer Institute’s Breast Health Services.
Physicians specializing in breast cancer surgery and oncology surgery lead the multidisciplinary team. In order to help ensure you receive personalized care, our team conducts weekly multidisciplinary pre-treatment planning conferences to discuss treatment options for patients. The Breast Care team includes specialists in breast imaging, radiology, pathology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology and reconstructive surgery.
The Digestive Disease Institute at Good Samaritan Medical Center provides care for cancer of the colon, esophagus, stomach, gallbladder, liver, pancreas and rectum.
Our team offers testing for all of these types of cancer including colonoscopy.
Patients are seen for consultation or ongoing cancer care. The program offers a variety of treatment options including chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery.
Good Samaritan Cancer Institute offers gynecologic oncology and women's cancer services for cancers of a woman's reproductive organs including the vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus and ovaries.
Services include screening diagnosis, pre-treatment planning, treatment and follow-up care. Various aspects of care are provided, including, where necessary, chemotherapy, surgery and coordination of radiation therapy.
Due to the complex nature of lung cancer, Good Samaritan Cancer Institute takes a multi-disciplinary approach for treatment and care of patients with lung cancer. We use some of the latest medical advances and research including chemotherapy, gene therapy, three dimensional radiation therapy and thoracic surgery. The program includes monthly pre-treatment planning conferences for the physician team to present cases and discuss treatment options for lung cancer.
Good Samaritan Cancer Institute works with hematologists and oncologists who are on staff and see patients with cancers of the blood including lymphoma and multiple myeloma. Treatment options include chemotherapy, gene therapy, radiation therapy and surgery.
Good Samaritan Cancer Institute offers a multidisciplinary team approach to the surgical and medical treatment of melanoma, basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas. Skin cancer and melanoma treatment options include chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery.
We use some of the latest medical advances, research and technology in the screening, diagnosis and treatment of patients with prostate cancer. Treatment options include hormonal therapy, radiation therapy (both high dose and low dose), daVinci robotic surgery and chemotherapy.
The prostate care team addresses the preservation or restoration of sexual potency, improved muscle strength and endurance for better bladder control, osteoporosis reversal and management of bone pain. Patients can be seen for consultation or ongoing prostate cancer care.
The Good Samaritan Cancer Institute works with a multidisciplinary team who offers comprehensive treatment plans for patients with newly diagnosed and recurrent bone and soft tissue sarcomas. Using a combination of pre-operative chemotherapy, high-dose chemotherapy, surgery and radiation, the therapies help treat sarcomas.
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