Tammy Walker Cancer Center
The Tammy Walker Cancer Center sets the standard of excellence when it comes to treating cancer. Our comprehensive cancer program holds the prestigious cancer program approval by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and the American College of Radiation Oncology. In addition, the Tammy Walker Cancer Center is affiliated with the renowned Masonic Cancer Alliance, increasing access to the latest cancer treatment discoveries through a wide variety of clinical research studies.
We have a comprehensive cancer facility providing the latest cancer fighting technology, diagnostic, educational and support services. Employing a team approach, we combine professional expertise, state-of-the-art technology and a warm personal touch.
Our team approach offers the best care available to diagnose and treat cancer. At the Tammy Walker Cancer Center we offer the latest technology in radiation and chemotherapy and all the support services patients need, including rehabilitation, nutritional and dietary support, various counseling and support groups, and even an appearance center. Together we are winning the war against cancer.
Together we are winning the war against cancer.
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Annual Cancer Case Volume from the Commission on Cancer
The Tammy Walker Cancer Center (TWCC) at Salina Regional Health Center's Cancer Program is Commission on Cancer (CoC) accredited. The program encourages hospitals, treatment centers, and other facilities to improve their quality of patient care through various cancer-related programs. CoC Accreditation is granted only to the facilities that have voluntarily committed to provide the best in cancer diagnosis and treatment and are able to comply with established CoC standards. Each cancer program must undergo a rigorous evaluation and review of its performance and compliance with the CoC standards.
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