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Mercy Clinic Oncology in Fort Smith, AR, offers the area’s best access to highly skilled oncologists without the time, expense or hassle of travel. We are accredited by the Commission on Cancer® as a Quality Program.
Our team of compassionate physicians and staff work to bring you a higher level of patient care, including cancer prevention and early detection strategies, genetic testing, education and support services, promising clinical trials and research.
Mercy’s Clinic Oncology is located on the campus of Mercy Hospital Ft. Smith with convenient parking. Mercy is committed to providing the area’s best cancer treatment with access to:
Our experienced board-certified hematologist/oncologist 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.
Providing the latest technology and treatment options with Intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) and Image guided radiation therapy (IGRT), which are improving outcomes. Our outpatient Infusion Unit is designed with patient comfort in mind, featuring comfortable recliners and TVs.
At Mercy Hospital Fort Smith you’ll have convenient access to cancer services and treatment centers:
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 the 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.
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.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including:
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive testing services to diagnose conditions and injuries, including:
At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including: