Tammy Walker Cancer Center
Tammy Walker Cancer Center oncology providers are now providing vCare (virtual healthcare) to patients! vCare provides convenient access to healthcare removing the need to come to the physician office for a visit. Patients can receive healthcare from the comfort of their own home! Not all visits are suitable for virtual care, so be sure to contact your healthcare provider to determine whether vCare is appropriate for your medical care.
The Tammy Walker Cancer Center sets the standard of excellence when it comes to treating cancer. Our comprehensive cancer program is certified through the ASCO Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®), a quality program designed for outpatient-oncology practices to foster a culture of self-examination and improvement. In addition, the Tammy Walker Cancer Center is affiliated with the renowned Masonic Cancer Alliance, increasing access to the latest cancer treatment discoveries through a wide variety of clinical research studies.
We have a comprehensive cancer facility providing the latest cancer fighting technology, diagnostic, educational and support services. Employing a team approach, we combine professional expertise, state-of-the-art technology and a warm personal touch.
Our team approach offers the best care available to diagnose and treat cancer. At the Tammy Walker Cancer Center we offer the latest technology in radiation and chemotherapy and all the support services patients need, including rehabilitation, nutritional and dietary support, various counseling and support groups, and even an appearance center. Together we are winning the war against cancer.
Together we are winning the war against cancer.
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