Located in Scottsdale near the intersection of 90th Street and Loop 101, Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) Outpatient Care Center now offers patients increased access to personalized cancer care. Whether you have been recently diagnosed or you are seeking a second opinion, CTCA® offers expertise that comes from working exclusively with cancer patients.

In keeping with the patient-centered approach at the heart of the CTCA care model, the Scottsdale location offers consultations in an outpatient setting, delivered by a team of experts who work closely with one another to understand each patient’s individual diagnosis and needs. Experts discuss available treatment options with patients and their caregivers to help them decide on a treatment plan tailored specifically to them, with a commitment to quality and speed to care.

Services offered at our Scottsdale location

Consultation services

At any point in their cancer journey, patients may call or chat with an Oncology Information Specialist to schedule an appointment to meet with an expert in medical, radiation or surgical oncology. Patients may also contact the Outpatient Care Center in Scottsdale directly to schedule an appointment. A member of the team will then contact patients to collect more information about their specific diagnosis and assist them in preparing for their visit.

After contacting us for a consultation, patients meet with a doctor to review their medical information and answer specific questions regarding their diagnosis. Their doctor will discuss whether additional tests or scans may be required, while also working with patients to develop a personalized treatment plan based on their specific cancer type and stage, as well as their individual needs and treatment goals.

Treatment options

In addition to offering medical oncology, radiation oncology and surgical oncology consultations, the Outpatient Care Center in Scottsdale is designed to deliver onsite treatment to patients who require infusion chemotherapy.

If patients require immediate radiation oncology treatments or a surgical procedure, your clinical team will assist with a referral, which may include receiving services at our comprehensive cancer center in Goodyear, Arizona. The comprehensive care center is equipped with experienced teams of multidisciplinary experts who work closely with our Outpatient Care Center specialists.

Genetic testing and counseling

Cancer forms when mutations (changes) in a cell’s DNA result in uncontrolled, abnormal cell growth. Some families carry gene mutations that are passed down from one generation to the next. Genetic testing may help patients determine whether their cancer resulted from an inherited gene mutation and whether they are at an increased risk for a second cancer.

CTCA offers genetic counseling as part of our telemedicine services, with trained counselors meeting with patients in one-hour video sessions to answer questions and help simplify complex concepts into understandable terms. The goal is to provide clear information about genetic risk factors, address patients’ concerns and determine whether genetic testing may be an option. If our counselors recommend testing, patients are not obligated to have the tests.

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Genomic testing

Every cancer, like every patient, is different. Advanced genomic testing may help identify DNA alterations that are driving the growth of a particular tumor. As we understand more about these gene mutations, we are better able to offer cancer treatment therapies designed to specifically target changes in the tumor's genomic profile. Information about genomic changes that are unique to an individual cancer may help determine treatments that may be appropriate for each patient. It's the promise of precision cancer treatment—a focus on the individual tumor in the individual patient.

Since genomic testing is not appropriate for every patient, an oncologist will help determine on a case-by-case basis whether certain patients are good candidates for the assessments.

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Integrative medicine

Patients treating at the Outpatient Care Center also have access to a range of integrative therapies and services designed to help them stay strong before, during and after treatment. An integrative approach to cancer care treats the disease with surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and other conventional treatments, while also supporting patients’ strength, stamina and quality of life with integrative therapies designed help to manage cancer-related side effects and support overall well-being.

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Outpatient Care Center, Scottsdale

9755 N. 90th St.
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Suites A-100 and B-130

New patients: 888-552-6760
Existing patients: 480-935-4200
Referring physicians: 623-207-3241

Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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