Where You Will Be Seen
Skagit Valley Hospital has been providing cancer care to the community for 30 years. The 20,000 square-foot Skagit Valley Regional Cancer Care Center offers state-of-the-art cancer therapies, including chemotherapy and radiation therapy, as well as complementary therapies such as massage, acupuncture, and exercise, in a healing environment designed with input from patients.
This center keeps cancer patients close to other hospital services they may need, including surgery, diagnostic testing, and acute care. Skagit Valley Regional Cancer Care Center patients may be seen in two convenient locations including Mount Vernon and Arlington/Smokey Point.
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
If you decide to come to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) for a second opinion or for cancer treatment, you may be seen at the SCCA outpatient clinic on Lake Union or at UW Medical Center (UWMC). Pediatric patients may be seen at the SCCA outpatient clinic and Seattle Children’s Hospital. If overnight hospital stays are necessary, adult patients go to UWMC and pediatric patients go to Seattle Children’s.