PeaceHealth is a non-profit organization that manages the Ketchikan General Hospital. Originally established by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, PeaceHealth has been serving the region for over 100 years. PeaceHealth’s commitment to community healthcare has been long established throughout its history and has been further strengthened through its network of hospitals in Alaska, Washington, and Oregon.
Ketchikan General Hospital Cancer Care is an accredited program certified by the Commission on Cancer Care of the American College of Surgeons.
Ketchikan General Hospital Cancer Care uses a variety of cancer services and innovative therapies to treat each patient. Access to radiation oncology, chemotherapy, and surgical oncology are provided, as well as individualized care programs. Through the patient-centered cancer care approach, Ketchikan General Hospital Cancer Care physicians aim to maximize comfort, rehabilitation, and specialized treatments. Teleconferencing with PeaceHealth St. Joseph Hospital in Bellingham, WA provides the patient with access to state of the art facilities, diagnostic tools, specialists, and sub-specialists within the same healthcare network without the hassle of travel.