Springhill's Cancer Center is conveniently located on the first floor of the hospital with a dedicated entrance off of Dauphin Street. The Cancer Center includes outpatient chemotherapy services, where patients may access the care they require in a calm, caring outpatient setting. Located directly off the entrance to the Cancer Center are the offices of Urology & Oncology Specialists, P.C. The board-certified physicians of UOS offer state-of-the-art technology for radiation therapy.
Radiation therapy services include external beam radiation treatment, as well as specialized radiation implants for prostate cancer and computerized treatment planning.
In addition to dedicated cancer treatment specialists, CancerCare at Springhill Medical Center includes a full range of diagnostic services such as our Women's Diagnostic Center, located on the second floor of Medical Office Building 2. For more information regarding the Women's Diagnostic Center, please click here.
Also included in diagnostic services is Mobile Molecular Imaging, offering the GE Discovery ST, a redesigned PET/CT system completely optimized for cancer care. This system integrates a Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanner with a multi-slice Computed Tomography (CT) scanner and is capable of 2D and 3D imaging. Mobile Molecular Imaging is located on the campus of Springhill Medical Center in the Gerald L. Wallace Auditorium building.
SMC's Rehabilitation Clinic located in the Wallace Annex Building offers a staff of physical, occupational and speech therapists who work with cancer patients. A specially trained team of occupational therapists works with patients experiencing lymphedema to help manage the condition.
For more information regarding the GE Discovery ST PET/CT scanner, click here.