Preventing cancer is everyone’s first priority and is the best thing you can do to protect yourself. But, early detection is the next best thing. The earlier we find your cancer, the earlier we treat your cancer, the faster you have your cancer experience behind you.
At Banner Health, our oncologists, radiologists, cancer surgeons, specially trained nurses and patient navigators use the latest cancer diagnostic tests and screenings. Then, we work together with you to find the right treatment plan for your unique condition. Beating your cancer is our top priority.
In 2011, Banner Health and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, ranked #1 in cancer care by U.S. News and World Report’s America’s Best Hospitals survey, opened Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Gilbert, Arizona. Learn more about the unprecedented level of cancer care delivered in Arizona at Banner MD Anderson.
You have access to medical and surgical care, advanced diagnostic and treatment tools, and support services through Banner Health.
You can be sure you’re getting the most current and specialized cancer treatments available. We work closely with you to develop a care plan that meets your unique needs.
Some of our treatment services include:
- Interventional radiology
- Nuclear medicine
- Radiation therapy (including total-body irradiation)
In addition to helping you heal, we want to support your overall well-being. That’s why we offer many integrative services designed to support you and your family along your cancer journey.
Learn more about the cancer treatments available at Banner Health.
Cancer Services in Your Area
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2601 N Spruce St
Ogallala, NE 69153
Where Can I Find Cancer Care Close to Home?
Ogallala Community Hospital uses the latest diagnostic tools to diagnose cancer. We provide outpatient chemotherapy services at our Infusion Therapy Center.
Where Do I Get Chemotherapy Treatment?
At Ogallala Community Hospital’s Infusion Therapy Center, chemotherapy-certified nurses provide 1-on-1 care. You’ll appreciate our quiet, private spaces, comfortable recliners, personal TVs and wireless Internet access. Visiting oncologists help you get the services you need close to home. If you have an out-of-town cancer doctor, we work closely with your doctor to make sure you get the care that’s right for you.
Where Can I Find Cancer Information & Support?
When you have questions, our registered nurses are always ready to help. We can offer information about how to handle side effects of treatment and direct you and your family toward more resources.
If you need more advanced diagnostic, surgical or nonsurgical cancer care, we partner with larger regional centers to make sure you get the resources you need.