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Mercy raises the standard for cancer care in St. Louis. We're committed to helping patients find the right path, all closer to home. We are a team of oncology specialists dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer with the goal of personalizing each and every cancer treatment plan. We want you to understand your treatment options and be involved every step of the way.
The David C. Pratt Cancer Center is the trusted choice for cancer care in St. Louis. Each year thousands of St. Louisans turn to David. C Pratt Center for cancer treatment, making us one of the most trusted providers in the area. We understand that choosing a cancer care center can be a difficult decision. Look to Mercy for our deep experience and the latest technology.
Specialized cancer care comes from fellowship-trained oncology surgeons and oncology-certified nurses. Mercy St. Louis has the highest volume of robotic surgeons in Missouri and we rank in the top 5% nationally.
Thanks to advances in technology, cancer treatments are constantly improving and Mercy continues to stay at the forefront of innovation. Today we offer 3D image-guided linear accelerators, non-invasive Cyberknife® treatment, TomoTherapy® targeted radiation and more. With construction starting for our MEVION proton therapy system, we’ll continue to provide the latest advances for St. Louis cancer treatment in the future.
Proton therapy is a highly specialized, advanced form of radiation therapy and coming soon to the David C Pratt Cancer Center.
Mercy cancer patients are at the center of a collaborative, multispecialty team of cancer experts who develop coordinated treatment plans.
Mercy’s fully accredited cancer program at the David C. Pratt Center in St. Louis holds a number of accreditations and quality awards:
Located in the David C. Pratt Cancer Center, we assist cancer patients & their family members. Our services include health promotion, patient education, early detection support for cancer patients trying to cope with a serious disease that affects nearly every aspect of their lives.