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The Cancer Center at Mercy Hospital Ada provides patients with the area’s best in cancer care without the time, expense or inconvenience of driving long distances.
Mercy Cancer Center - Ada is home to the latest in cancer technology and treatments, including Elekta Synergy® linear accelerator providing modulated radiation therapy, PET/CT scans, CT-guided biopsy, digital and 3D mammography, stereotactic guided breast biopsy, and comprehensive medical and radiation oncology. We have chemotherapy-certified nurses using NCCN-approved protocols, and all nurses are Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) chemotherapy and biotherapy certified.
Patients and families appreciate that our team of experienced physicians and staff bring a higher level of patient care, including cancer prevention and early detection strategies, education and support services, and referrals to promising clinical trials and research.
Mercy Cancer Center - Ada’s comprehensive community cancer program has been accredited with commendation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. This distinction has been held continuously since 1970.
Mercy’s oncology nurses are all Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Certified.
At Mercy Cancer Center - Ada you’ll have convenient access to cancer clinics, treatment centers and services. View other services at this location here.
We recommend cancer screenings to help detect cancer at early stages: mammograms beginning at age 40, colonoscopies at age 45, skin cancer screenings at the first sign of unusual moles or markings on your skin and lung cancer CT screenings if you have been a smoker.
The American Cancer Society recommends annual mammograms for women beginning at the age of 40. We offer screening and diagnostic mammograms (including 3D Mammography) with expert follow-up care. Visit our Mercy Breast Center to schedule yours today.
Lung cancer symptoms may not show up until an advanced stage. Screening with a low-dose CT (LDCT) can detect lung cancer earlier than ever, which can improve chances of surviving. It’s recommended for people age 55-77 with risk factors for lung cancer.
The American Cancer Society recommends annual colorectal cancer screening beginning at the age of 45. Mercy primary care doctors and Mercy colon specialists can help determine which screening test is best for you. Colorectal cancer can be hereditary and genetic testing is available. Learn more about colon cancer screening.
Regular skin self-exams are the best way to spot changes to moles, freckles and other skin marks between regular medical exams with your primary care doctor. Learn more about skin cancer screening.
Hear about a patient's positive experience with Mercy Cancer Center - Ada and treating her cancer diagnosis.
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