Avera Cancer Institute at Mitchell
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Find out more about how you can get comprehensive cancer care services in a beautiful, patient-centered environment at Avera Cancer Institute in Mitchell.
Avera Cancer Institute, a Department of Avera Queen of Peace Hospital, is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care through prevention and early detection, evidence-based therapies and a multidisciplinary approach guided by the philosophy of healing the whole person. Across the Avera system, Avera Cancer Institute has six major regional locations and 40 outreach sites. In Mitchell, SD, Avera Cancer Institute adjoins Avera Queen of Peace Hospital.
Avera Cancer Institute at Mitchell is accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer.
An Institute Designed for Cancer Patients
Avera Cancer Institute at Mitchell is an environment of healing is designed for patient comfort, privacy and dignity, offering multiple aspects of cancer care under one roof including:
- Medical Oncology
- Radiation Oncology, including brachytherapy
- Infusion services
- Surgical care
- Diagnostic imaging
Advanced cancer care technology includes the fully digital Elekta Infinity™ linear accelerator. This machine offers enhanced imaging and the capability for a full range of radiation treatments.
You’ll experience numerous supportive services, including nutrition counseling, chaplaincy, social work, support groups and survivorship care.
When deciding where to receive your cancer treatment, you want a program that is nationally accredited and even exceeds the average national outcomes in cancer care. The Avera Cancer Institute offers that program. We have published our outcomes in cancer care for your review. Read the latest Avera Cancer Institute Annual Report.
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Avera also offers many classes for health care professionals and other opportunities for health care professionals, including programs for pharmacy residency, radiologic technology and emergency medical services.