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Carla Denham, MD


Western Regional Medical Center

"The daily connections at Cancer Treatment Centers of America between patients and clinicians are part of true, holistic care."

- Carla Denham, MD
Carla Denham, MD

Medical Degree

  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson

Internship / Residency

  • Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix


  • Psychiatry, Hospice & Palliative Medicine - American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

Practicing Since: 1997

As a visiting lecturer at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in suburban Phoenix, psychiatrist Dr. Carla Denham noticed the team-based approach and patient-centered care. “I was impressed by the philosophy and emphasis on multidisciplinary care,” she says.

Dr. Denham earned a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University in Tempe in 1987 and a medical degree from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson in 1992.

Dr. Denham completed a residency at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix and trained the center’s residents and medical students.

Over the years, Dr. Dehnam has worked as a psychiatrist at various Phoenix area hospitals and health clinics.

Dr. Denham is board certified in psychiatry as well as hospice and palliative medicine. She has earned recognition for her teaching work at regional hospitals.

At CTCA, Dr. Denham provides psychiatric care to patients coping with cancer. She values the close relationships between clinicians and patients, along with the overall environment at CTCA. “The wonderful and positive feeling here is so important for healing,” she says.

When she is not at CTCA, Dr. Denham enjoys reading, hiking and spending time with her family.

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