At Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Tulsa, our experienced and dedicated doctors and clinicians work together in one location, sharing their knowledge, coordinating treatments and providing personalized cancer treatment tailored to patients’ needs and goals. Internal medicine physicians are available at our Tulsa hospital to diagnose and treat general medical disorders.
Our internists at CTCA® in Tulsa diagnose and treat illnesses, diseases, complex medical problems and chronic illnesses. Internists treat a wide range of medical problems, such as diabetes, hypertension and allergies, as well as diseases affecting the digestive system, heart, blood, kidneys and respiratory and vascular systems. Our internists’ primary responsibilities include heath maintenance, screening and the diagnosis and treatment of chronic medical conditions, complex medical problems and comorbidities. Internists at our Tulsa cancer center are highly trained and educated in internal medical, offering a broad base of knowledge and skill in the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases and conditions. Our internists work in a variety of departments at our Tulsa hospital, including metabolic support, intake, critical care, intensive care, survivorship and quality of life.
Janet Cheek, DO, FACOI, joined our Tulsa hospital in September 2009 and currently serves as an internist on the metabolic support team. Dr. Cheek is board certified in osteopathic internal medicine. She is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, the American College of Osteopathic Internists and the American Medical Association. Dr. Cheek and our other Tulsa internists are committed to treating the whole person, working closely with other doctors and clinicians to explore advanced treatment options and help patients manage cancer-related side effects.