The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) Network provides community-based physicians throughout the Pacific Northwest with access to the latest cancer diagnostic and treatment information.
If you are a patient being treated for cancer at an SCCA Network Member institution, you can be confident knowing that your oncologists have a wealth of resources at their fingertips, including: access to the latest treatment options and clinical research studies; ability to easily consult with an SCCA physician about your diagnosis and treatment plan; and the latest education and information about advancements in the treatment of cancer.
SCCA Network Members:
Confluence Health was formed in 2013 as an affiliation between Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and Central Washington Hospital, to create an integrated rural healthcare delivery system that includes two hospitals, multi-specialty care in over 30 service lines and primary care in ten communities across North Central Washington.Learn more >>
Link to Confluence Health
Group Health Cooperative is a consumer-governed, nonprofit health care system that coordinates care and coverage. Founded in 1947 and based in Seattle, Wash., Group Health and its subsidiary health carriers, Group Health Options, Inc. and KPS Health Plans, serve more than 600,000 residents of Washington state and Idaho.Learn more >>
Link to Group Health Medical Centers
Link to MultiCare Regional Cancer Center
Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health and human services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos, with locations along the I-5 cooridor from as far south as Olympia to as far north as the Canadian border.Learn more >>
Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon is a regional community hospital that serves Skagit County, north Snohomish County, and surrounding areas. Cancer care is one of the hospital’s key services, along with surgery, orthopedic services, heart care, and the Family Birth Center.Learn more >>
Link to Skagit Valley Hospital
Spokane Valley Cancer Center provides comprehensive cancer care within a 22,000 square-foot facility. Opened in 2013, this state-of-the-art facility includes traditional medical care from surgeons, medical oncologists, and radiation oncologists, along with close collaboration from health care professionals with a variety of training and skills, such as acupuncturists, nutritionists, and naturopathic physicians.Learn more >>
Link to Spokane Valley Cancer Center
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is the largest full-service medical center between Boise and Spokane, with more than 120 board-certified physicians and providers, active in primary care and specialty practice. St. Joseph’s Cancer Center and Blood Institute is the only accredited community cancer center in the region.Learn more >>
Link to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center