Mercy Coletta Cancer Center - Oklahoma City

Mercy Coletta Cancer Center - Oklahoma City

Cancer Treatment Center
4401 McAuley Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Phone: (405) 752-3388
Fax: (405) 936-5633
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Comprehensive Cancer Care in Oklahoma City

Mercy Coletta Cancer Center - Oklahoma City, located on the campus of Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City, provides the latest advancements in cancer treatment. Our cancer patients have access to the most current drugs and therapies, clinical trials of investigational pharmaceuticals and cutting-edge diagnostic technologies. All are provided with complete compassion for both the patient and family members.

Raising the Standard for Cancer Care

Mercy’s Cancer Center, located in the Coletta Building, is accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. Our state-of-the-art facilities, including a cancer resource center and an onsite specialty pharmacy, were designed for the comfort and convenience of our patients. Patients and their families appreciate having everything they need in one place with close, convenient parking and free valet.

Coletta Cancer Center’s Accreditation 

Mercy’s cancer program is accredited as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. To receive accreditation, programs must continually meet rigorous standards related to high-quality, coordinated cancer care. Accreditation by the Commission on Cancer ensures that patients receive:

  • Comprehensive, patient-centered care through a multidisciplinary ream-approach
  • Access to information on clinical and new treatment options
  • Ongoing monitoring of care and lifelong patient follow-up
  • Psycho-social support and survivorship care
  • Continuous quality improvements in care

Specialized Cancer Services in Oklahoma City

At the Coletta Cancer Center, you’ll have convenient access to all of our Oklahoma City cancer clinics and treatment centers. Our team of expert physicians and staff work to bring you a higher level of patient care, including cancer prevention and early detection strategies, genetic testing and genetic counseling, education and support services, nurse navigators, promising clinical trials and research. Our nurse navigators will guide patients through cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. To contact a nurse navigator today, call 405-752-3388

Advanced Radiosurgery Treatments

Mercy’s radiation oncologists are giving new hope to cancer patients with conditions that were previously considered inaccessible or inoperable with specialized technology:

  • Gamma Knife® technology is considered the “gold standard” all over the world for treating cancer and non-malignant tumors and illnesses of the brain
  • The TrueBeam® linear accelerator provides noninvasive radiotherapy treatment using 3D imaging for increased precision leading to fewer side effects.
  • Calypso is utilized to track prostate movement during stereotactic treatments for prostate cancer (requires as little as five treatments)

Cancer Screenings

The Coletta Cancer Center in Oklahoma City offers a variety of recommended cancer screenings to help detect cancer at early stages. Cancer screening greatly improves the odds of early detection, which can lead to less invasive and more successful treatment since cancer has not yet had a chance to spread.

Breast Cancer Screening

The American Cancer Society recommends annual mammograms for women beginning at age 45. We offer screening and diagnostic mammograms (including 3D Mammography) with expert follow-up care. Women with increased breast density should consider supplemental screening with an ultrasound or MRI. Visit our Coletta Breast Center to schedule yours today.

Lung Cancer Screening

Lung cancer symptoms may not show up until an advanced stage. Screening with a low-dose CT (LDCT) scan can detect lung cancer earlier than ever, which can improve the chances of survival. It’s recommended for people age 55-77 with risk factors for lung cancer.

Colon Cancer Screening

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.

Skin 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.