For over 25 years, Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) has been providing comprehensive care for patients with complex or advanced-stage cancer in a compassionate, respectful, and hopeful way. CTCA® offers an integrative, patient-centered approach that combines conventional cancer treatments like surgical oncology, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy with integrative therapies such as naturopathic medicine, nutritional counseling, mind-body therapy, and spiritual support. Known for delivering the signature Mother Standard® of care and Patient Empowered Care®, experienced physicians and other clinicians at CTCA provide patients with comprehensive information about their treatment options and help them actively participate in decisions made about their care.
Today, the national network of cancer centers and community treatment facilities includes hospitals in Zion, Illinois; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Goodyear, Arizona; Newnan, Georgia; as well as an outpatient care clinic in Seattle, Washington. All hospitals are individually accredited and remain active in their communities through partnerships with neighboring cancer support groups and local chambers.
Midwestern Regional Medical Center (Midwestern): On September 25, 1991, Midwestern Regional Medical Center was officially opened in Zion, Illinois. The flagship facility in the CTCA network, Midwestern developed from a community hospital in suburban Chicago into an expanded, upgraded facility fit to accommodate the growing number of patients seeking care.
Southwestern Regional Medical Center (Southwestern): On May 7, 1990, CTCA opened another hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the CityPlex Towers, a building constructed by Oral Roberts. A brand-new facility, Southwestern Regional Medical Center, was eventually opened on April 29, 2005, offering advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technology.
Eastern Regional Medical Center (Eastern): Eastern Regional Medical Center in Philadelphia opened its doors on Dec. 19, 2005 and became the first CTCA hospital on the East Coast. Before the Philadelphia hospital opened, 20 percent of patients flew from the East Coast to other CTCA hospitals in order to experience the Mother Standard® of care.
Western Regional Medical Center (Western): Western Regional Medical Center opened its doors on December 29, 2008 in Goodyear, Arizona. Located outside of Phoenix, the addition of this modern facility brought the CTCA network closer to patients on the West Coast.
Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Southeastern): In 2009, CTCA announced plans for a facility in suburban Atlanta. The latest addition to the CTCA network, Southeastern Regional Medical Center began welcoming patients on August 15, 2012 in Newnan, Georgia.
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