HealthONE and Sarah Cannon Cancer Network of Excellence
Fighting Cancer Together
The HealthONE family of hospitals is now home to the Sarah Cannon Cancer Network of Excellence, and we are:
- Bringing greater access to cutting-edge therapies for patients
- Implementing physician-led and patient-centric integrated care programs
- Easing the burden of the cancer journey for all patients through new nurse navigation programs, assisting the patient through his or her experience
- Building centers of excellence with our physicians and staff
Sarah Cannon is the cancer service line of the HealthONE’s parent company, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), and is recognized for advancing science and transforming care in communities across the United States and United Kingdom.
By joining the Sarah Cannon Cancer Network of Excellence, HealthONE’s family of hospitals is bringing even more cutting-edge cancer care services closer to our patients and their families. This collaboration means you’ll have even greater access to one of the world’s leading teams of cancer specialists, breakthrough researchers, and compassionate caregivers right here. So, shoulder to shoulder, we can fight this battle together.
Clinical Trial Information Request
Get information about active trials by calling AskSarah at the Sarah Cannon Research Institute at 1-877-691-7274. To learn more about SCRI at HealthONE (click here)
A Comprehensive Network of Cancer Care Specialists
We provide patients access to the largest network of comprehensive cancer services, assuring that their cancer journey will take the best possible path from diagnosis to treatment and recovery. The system includes six acute care hospitals, 13 ambulatory surgery centers, seven radiation therapy centers and more than 20 outpatient imaging centers.
Specialized Cancer Care Professionals
Our team of specialized medical oncologists, sub-specialty surgeons, radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists, radiologists, pathologists, nurses, technologists, social workers, therapists, patient navigators and others treat more cancer patients than any other provider in a seven-state region.