Soon, patients in eastern Oregon won’t need to travel long distances to receive state-of-the-art radiation therapy. Eastern Oregon Cancer Center at Pendleton will provide radiation treatment to local cancer patients utilizing technology which is equivalent to, or better than, the technology found at institutions in larger cities. Our physician and staff will be onsite every weekday, so that patients will not need to wait for an appointment. For cancer patients, this means less time traveling to treatments and more time at home with family and friends.
Our center will be located in Pendleton, Oregon and is being designed with patient comfort and convenience in mind. Every aspect of our center has been carefully planned, from the warm lighting and local artwork to the comfortable seating so that you can feel relaxed and safe when spending time with us.
We understand how a cancer diagnosis can affect everyone in the family. We will always communicate honestly and openly with you and your family members so that everyone understands the treatment options, potential side effects and likely outcomes. Our caring and compassionate team will always be accessible to answer questions and address your concerns.
The team at Eastern Oregon Cancer Center at Pendleton will be committed to providing hope to patients through offering them a healing environment, a promise of open communication and by taking a patient-centered approach while providing excellence in clinical care.
We will provide you with guidance through the cancer care system and assist you in finding the support and resources you need. We will work closely with your healthcare team to coordinate care and help you access available resources and other helpful support. Regardless of what you need help with, we will be here to help.
Being an active part of the communities that we serve is important to us. When building our centers, we stop construction for one day and invite the public to sign the unfinished walls of our radiation vault with messages of hope and inspiration. These events, which we call “Written in Stone,” are deeply moving for everyone involved. After the event, we transcribe the messages and include them in a commemorative booklet that is given to every new patient to let them know that they are not alone on their cancer journey.
If you are interested in learning more about Eastern Oregon Cancer Center at Pendleton or would simply like more information about our services, contact us and a member of our team will respond accordingly.