Mercy Clinic Oncology - Fort Smith

At any given time, Mercy Clinic Oncology - Fort Smith is following or supporting our closest friends – cancer patients in Fort Smith and the surrounding communities.  From lung, breast, colon, prostate cancer to more difficult pancreatic cancer and brain tumors, Mercy is committed to helping you beat cancer in the following ways:

  • With Expertise – Our board-certified hematologist/oncologist with several years of experience and clinic support staff including: APN, RN, LPNs and Patient Service Representatives who provide compassionate care with the latest treatments in radiology, oncology, hematology and surgery.  This is a well-coordinated team, bringing in experts from multiple disciplines. Access to the clinic and parking is conveniently located near the Mercy Clinic Oncology entrance.
  • With nationally respected locations – We have access to clinical trials with the Southwest Oncology Group and with CCOP (Community Clinical Oncology Program) at MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Research Based NCI-funded program that prepares cancer control and prevention trials. These trials are made available to a national network of CCOP sites. Dr. Dominic Nguyen is our Board Certified Radiation Oncology at Hembree Cancer Center/Radiation Oncology, Fort Smith with whom we plan joint treatment protocols.
  • With Advanced technology – We use the most accurate imaging available and will refer to other sites for more innovative treatment protocols for the best treatment plan for your specific type of cancer.
  • Outpatient Infusion unit – Each room is furnished with an infusion char, comfortable recliner and TV. We welcome family and friends to stay during the treatment. Free sack lunches, juice and beverages are available to patients during treatment. Parking is conveniently located near the Mercy Clinic Oncology entrance.

Our Doctors

 

Our Advanced Practitioners

Kathy Phelps, APN

Kathy
Milam, APN

Connie Ward, APN

Connie
Ward, APN

 

About Us

Address:
7001 Rogers Avenue
Suite 200
Fort Smith, AR 72903
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. - noon

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