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Comprehensive Community Cancer Center in the Antelope Valley

Compassionate, Personalized Cancer Treatment

As a nationally recognized Comprehensive Community Cancer Center, Antelope Valley Medical Center offers cancer screenings, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship support. We are dedicated to guiding each patient and their families during cancer care and treatment. Our multidisciplinary team of medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, diagnostic radiologists, oncology certified staff nurses, palliative care team, and other specialists collaborate to determine the best treatment course, resulting in improved patient care and better outcomes.

Cancer Services We Offer

Our cancer center offers:

  • Screening and early detection of different cancer types
  • Cancer staging
  • A full complement of chemotherapy protocols
  • Radiation oncology services
  • Cancer surgery, including robotic surgery
  • Hormone therapy, as required
  • Rehabilitation and lifelong follow up for recurrent disease
  • Palliative care
  • Clinical trials and new treatments
  • Genetic counseling
  • Psychosocial support
  • A patient navigator and a survivorship care plan

Learn More About Our Accredited Program With the Commission on Cancer

We offer annual cancer screening and education events to the community, as well as an annual cancer symposium for healthcare professionals. Our partnerships with some of the nation’s leading cancer treatment centers ensure that Antelope Valley residents have access to the best cancer care close to home.

Our partners include:

  • Antelope Valley Cancer Center
  • City of Hope Medical Foundation
  • High Desert Medical Group
  • High Desert Regional Health Center (Los Angeles County)
  • Kaiser Permanente

Patient Navigation in Cancer Care Program

To provide continued supportive services throughout their cancer journey, we offer patient navigation. This free program acts as a support system for cancer patients to improve their access to healthcare information, reduce the number of delayed and missed appointments, and increase the overall healthcare experience.

The patient navigation team can:

  • Guide you through the healthcare system
  • Help you fill out insurance forms
  • Help you find ways to pay for healthcare if you don’t have insurance
  • Direct you to healthcare services for further diagnosis and treatment
  • Direct you to local resources and support
  • Help you keep track of and find ways to get to your appointments
  • Help you get your questions answered
  • Help you find more information on healthcare
  • Provide emotional support

The Antelope Valley Medical Center Cancer Program team works together to help you get the support and information you need.

At any stage in cancer diagnosis or the treatment process, you may call the patient navigator at (661) 949-5194 or the program coordinator at (661) 949-5145.

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