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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance's (SCCA) Network Program connects community-based physicians with the latest cancer research and treatment options from our world-renowned physicians, scientists, nurses, counselors and more. We are proud to work together with our Network members to elevate cancer care in the community.
SCCA Network Members:
Olympic Medical Cancer Center opened its doors in 2003 to give people with cancer who live on the Olympic Peninsula access to a broader range of cancer services and the expertise of nationally renowned cancer specialists. Olympic Medical's board-certified physicians and staff are dedicated to providing patient-centered care with the most advanced technology available. Olympic Medical Cancer Center is accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons.
Skagit Regional Health 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. Skagit Regional Health is expanding rapidly to meet the needs of its community. Cancer services are provided through Skagit Regional Health Cancer Care Center, which includes locations at Mount Vernon and Arlington/Smokey Point.
MultiCare is a not-for-profit health care organization with more than 10,000 employees and a comprehensive network of services throughout Pierce, King, Thurston and Kitsap counties. MultiCare is made up of five hospitals and numerous outpatient specialty centers, primary and urgent care clinics. MultiCare Regional Cancer Center, with locations in Tacoma, Gig Harbor, Puyallup and Auburn, provides the most advanced, comprehensive cancer treatment options in the South Puget Sound region. The pediatric oncology program at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital is also part of the MultiCare Regional Cancer Center system.
Confluence Health was formed in 2013 as an affiliation between Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and Central Washington Hospital, to create an integrated rural health care delivery system that includes two hospitals, multi-specialty care in over 30 service lines, and primary care in ten communities across North Central Washington. With over 225 physicians and 100 advanced practice clinicians, Confluence Health serves approximately 12,000 square miles.
Kadlec Clinic Hematology and Oncology (KCHO), formerly Columbia Basin Hematology & Oncology (CBHO), has served the needs of people with cancer and blood diseases in the Tri-Cities area since 1998. Using a team approach to patient care, KCHO physicians direct their care and work closely with nurse practitioners, registered nurses, medical assistants, and their administrative staff to ensure that each patient receives high quality, personal care based on evidence-based treatment and research protocols.
Bozeman Health Cancer Center, anchored in Bozeman, MT, promotes a team approach to oncology care. They employ some of the latest diagnostic technology available, including the most recent mammography equipment, CT scanners and platform linear accelerator with stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) technology. Bozeman Health's experts includes surgeons, radiologists, urologists, OB/GYNs, gastroenterologists, dermatologists, palliative care physicians and pathologists working together to effectively diagnose and treat cancer.
Summit Cancer Centers 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 collaboration from a variety health care professionals, such as acupuncturists, nutritionists, naturopathic physicians. It's the only center serving eastern Washington, Idaho and Montana with the latest CyberKnife M6—dedicated robotic radiosurgery system. Each week, these multispecialty teams meet in a Tumor Board to discuss each patient’s case in detail to design a personalized cancer treatment plan.
Katmai Oncology Group has provided medical oncology care to the people of Alaska since 1973. Within the practice are physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and medical assistants, a laboratory technician and other medical and business support staff. They provide care in both Anchorage and Soldotna.
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. Its medical group collective of 56 providers represents 19 specialties, from primary and family practice, to breast imaging, oncology and cardiology. The center's comprehensive cancer program includes medical oncology, surgical oncology and radiation oncology.
Anchored by four medical centers and over 70 locations across Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Pacific Health is one of the state's largest health care providers and is partnered with the University of Hawai‘i Cancer Center as a member of the Hawai‘i Cancer Consortium.Their highly trained multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses and other health professionals are committed to providing top-quality and well-coordinated cancer care for adults and children.