Our goal is to educate the region on the importance of cancer prevention and early detection. Our screenings help detect cancer in its earliest stage.
About Our Facility
The 10,000 square foot Avera Queen of Peace Cancer Center, adjoins Avera Queen of Peace Hospital. The $3.5 million facility provides up-to-date radiation oncology and medical oncology to a 19-county region, allowing patients and their families to stay closer to home during treatment for cancer. In 2004, the Avera Queen of Peace Cancer Center was recognized by the Commission on Cancer for the American College of Surgeons as offering Best in Cancer Care and received the Outstanding Achievement Award. In 2007, the Cancer Center received Accreditation with Commendations from the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons.
The Cancer Center staff includes two medical physicians who specialize in Radiation Oncology and Medical Oncology, as well as additional professional staff who provide personal and caring services. Located adjacent to Avera Queen of Peace Hospital, the Cancer Center makes the resources of an entire health care system available. Our philosophy of comprehensive cancer care means that every necessary medical resource will be utilized to help patients return to health. This integration of services and technologies enables our Cancer Care team to provide a wider range of treatment options, right here in Mitchell.
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Compassion and Understanding
We know lives may become disrupted, fear often sets in and answers may not come quickly. We will help you through this experience; paying close attention to your needs and helping make the necessary steps as comfortable as possible for you and your loved ones.
Our Cancer Center is filled with the compassion and understanding that can only come from individuals devoted to helping people and families deal with the reality of a cancer diagnosis. Behind the friendly faces and encouraging smiles are real people who are willing to reach out to you and your family at this difficult time.