Compassionate partners in the care, prevention, diagnosis and treatment
of all types of cancers
Teamwork has been the basis of many of the world’s great achievements.
It is also a powerful way to fight cancer. That is why our comprehensive
cancer program has teamed up with
Mayo Clinic to bring you the finest cancer care available anywhere. We are the area's
only program that is nationally accredited by the
Commission on Cancer (CoC).
Your cancer fighting team includes experts from Mayo Clinic, medical oncologists,
radiation oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, nurses, social
workers, pharmacists, dietitians and other medical professionals.
Personalized, Integrated and Coordinated Care
Together with your medical team you will be kept informed and participate
in making the decisions about the treatment plan that best meets with
your individual needs, values and beliefs.
Total Oncology Care
Our comprehensive program offers a full complement of the latest treatments,
advances and services, including:
- Advanced Surgical Techniques
- Sophisticated Diagnostic Testing
- Radiation Therapy
- Immune (biologic) Therapy
- Early Detection Screenings
- Support Groups
- Pain Management/Palliative Care
- Integrative “Healing” Therapies (aroma therapy, massage, art,
- End of Life Care
- Education and Community Resource Center
- American Cancer Society Programs and Look Good Feel Better Boutique
For more information or to meet with a Parrish Healthcare Oncology specialist,
call the Parrish Cancer Center at 321-529-6202.
Diagnosed at age 29 and just two weeks before she was due to deliver her
second child, Samantha was determined not to let cancer get in her way.
Samantha gave birth and then began treatment with a double mastectomy,
chemotherapy and radiation. During her treatment, Samantha met many times
with Marsha Richardson and Shannon Luker, Parrish Cancer Center’s
nationally Certified Breast Cancer Navigators®. Richardson and Luker
provided education, offered encouragement and answered questions.
Read more from Sam's story here