Why Choose Us?
Here at Bay Area Cancer Center, we’re dedicated to providing world-class care close to home.
Our new center, located on the Bay Area Hospital campus, includes radiation therapy, medical oncology, and cancer support services. All services are housed under one roof, providing integrated care in a one-stop healing environment.
Thanks to our long standing relationship with Oregon Health & Science University, our patients have access to the same kind of quality care found in larger, urban areas. In 2016, Bay Area Cancer Center became an OHSU Knight Cancer NetworkTM Member. This relationship ensures our patients have access to the best treatment right here at home.
As part of our commitment to top-notch cancer care, we have built a brand new infusion center for chemotherapy patients and have installed the latest in radiation therapy planning and delivery equipment. Bay Area Cancer Center also offers a wide range of supportive services and educational opportunities to promote the continued well-being of our patients.
Bay Area Cancer Center is dedicated to giving you the best care possible. That means providing you with a broad range of treatment and services:
- Robotic-assisted surgery (allows minimally invasive procedures)
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
- MyChart patient portal (allows you online access to medical records)
- Telemedicine for Oncology patients
- Access to even more experience and expertise through our affiliation with Oregon Health and Science University.
Talk to your doctor about your options for cancer care, and then pick the program that's best for you. For most patients, the treatment journey starts with a program tailored for you, right here at Bay Area Cancer Center. If your cancer is one of the few cases requiring specialized therapies in a major metropolitan hospital, we'll help you connect with the care you need.
Assurance of Quality
Bay Area Hospital is accredited as a Community Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. This status certifies that the hospital enrolls at least 100 new cancer patients each year; provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services; and participates in cancer-related clinical trials. Nationally, only 25 percent of hospital programs are accredited.
In addition to our overall accreditation, our Tumor Registry also is accredited by the Commission on Cancer. And our Women’s Imaging mammography program is accredited through the American College of Radiology accreditation process.
For more information about Bay Area Hospital’s accreditations: click here