The Cardinals Kids Cancer Center located at the David C. Pratt Cancer Center was designed in partnership with the St. Louis Cardinals and provides a uniquely child-centered cancer care environment. Mercy offers a Cardinals Young Adult Cancer Program at the Center. This first in the St. Louis region, Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer program supports the unique cancer treatment regimens and emotional needs of this young age group.
Mercy offers a full range of radiation therapy options for cancer patients. We’re pleased to offer outpatient radiation treatments that are both highly accurate and painless: stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT). SRS refers to treatments within the brain, while SBRT refers to treatments given to sites in the body outside of the brain (lung, liver, pancreas, spine, head and neck region, adrenal gland, pelvis and bone).
Radiation Therapy can be found at:
Your mind and spirit have equal importance to your body. Our patient-centered approach includes listening to you and your family so we can understand what’s important. We need to understand your goals for further treatment as you live with your disease.
Palliative care’s focus is on managing and/or relieving the underlying symptoms of disease. This requires a team with many specialists, because patients and families require different support at different stages of their illness. We work to care for you with dignity and respect for your individuality and wishes. We develop an individualized, complete plan to meet your needs.
Learn about how Palliative care can make a difference in people’s lives through all stages of the cancer journey.
Palliative Care can be found at:
Mercy offers patients the convenience of four infusion centers: David C. Pratt Cancer Center 2nd floor, David C. Pratt /Center 3rd floor, Mercy Clayton and Clarkson building and Mercy Clinic Oncology and Hematology - Chippewa. All four centers offer a complete array of infusion services in light-filled, comfortable and supportive settings.
Infusion Therapy can be found at:
Our Oncology Nurse Navigators work with patients and their families to help coordinate cancer care and support resources. They advocate for patients by helping translate complex medical information into language they can understand and apply, while making the overwhelming more manageable.