CCNW now offering Bra, Prosthetic and Hat Fittings at the Valley
Cancer Care Northwest's Valley Office provides free bra and prosthetic fittings once a month to patients and community members alike. A trained professional will be on-site to help folks find the best solution that fits their needs. Scarves, hats and wigs will also be available upon request. Fittings are scheduled every first Friday of the month. Contact CCNW's Patient Navigator Wednesday Shields to set up your appointment today!
The Oncology Counseling and Stress Management Department is Expanding
Cancer Care Northwest would like to welcome Allison Bennett to the Oncology Counseling and Stress Management Department. Allison earned her MSW with an emphasis in Mental Heatlh from Southern California University. She specializes in trauma counseling and has been trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). She recently joined the Association for Oncology Social Work and is eager to be part of Cancer Care Northwest's vision of comprehensive, innovative, commpassionate integrated care.
"At Cancer Care Northwest, our primary goal is to tailor treatment to each individual with the most advanced cancer therapies and cutting-edge technology."
At Cancer Care Northwest, we've been treating patients with the most advanced cancer therapies like radio surgery (more specifically Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy), High-dose and Low-dose Rate Brachytherapy and more for the past decade. Find out what radiation oncologist Christopher Lee, MD, shares with KXLY about our radiation department at the new Valley Cancer Center on 1204 N Vercler Rd in Spokane Valley.
NEW Clinical Trials for Breast Cancer, Ovarian Cancer and Myeloma are up and running in our Research Department
Find out if participating in a clinical trial is a good option for you. Learn more here.
Valley Office Now Offering Yoga Classes to Patients
The Prostate Cancer Support Group Hosted at Cancer Care Northwest's South Office every Second and Fourth Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m.
The Prostate Cancer Support Group, reserved for men only, will be hosted by CCNW's Oncology Counseling and Stress Management Department. Brad Reimer will lead the discussions. CCNW Patients and community members alike are invited.
CCNW's Dr. Gersh is appointed Providence's new Medical Director of Oncology
In the role as medical director of Providence's oncology program, Dr. Gersh will oversee hospital-based oncology services to ensure efficient, effective and quality-focused delivery of inpatient and outpatient services. In addition, he will provide direction in strategic planning, program development, and implementation of effective quality assurance and utilization review programs. Dr. Gersh joins Cancer Care Northwest physicians, Doctors Hakan Kaya and Danko Martincic as medical directors of the Lymphoma, Leukemia, and Multiple Myeloma programs. These appointments are an important part of Providence's focus on oncology.
Dr. Gersh will continue to work as a medical oncologist at Cancer Care Northwest, leading both organizations in the fight of beating cancer, right here at home.
Talking Breast Cancer Q&A at the KXLY Studio in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Do you someone with cancer? We're here for you, every step of the way.
Practice President Joni Nichols, MD, explains features of our new Valley Treatment Center to KREM Live Well
Cancer Care Northwest has been serving the Spokane area for more than 30 years and we are very excited to have our new facility in Spokane Valley, which has allowed us to bring our cutting-edge radiation oncologists and imaging technology to all our locations. Cancer Care Northwest is unique because we have multi-disciplinary cancer care under one roof. Medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and surgical oncologists meet and dialogue about patients on a constant basis both to enhance the patient experience and to improve their cancer care.
At Cancer Care Northwest, we realize that cancer patients spend a lot of time at treatment facilities and that’s why they’re so happy to have a brand new building. Not only does it improve the atmosphere, but it also creates better quality care of our patients.
We'd like to thank the Inland Northwest Chive Chapter for their generous donation of 1400 dollars to the Cancer Care Northwest Foundation.