Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
Saint Alphonsus was established in 1894 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross and is Boise’s oldest hospital. Saint Alphonsus is a 381-bed hospital that offers diverse services to patients in Eastern Oregon, Northern Nevada, and Southern Idaho. Due to its large geographical service region, Saint Alphonsus uses Virtual Monitoring and Care telemedicine to reach rural and homebound patients.
Saint Alphonsus Cancer Care Center is situated to offer the latest research developments and personalized care to provide improved cancer treatment options. Each patient is assigned a personalized team, who helps them with facilitating care, treatments, support, and education throughout the healing process.
After referral or diagnosis by a primary care physician, a team of pathologists, surgical and medical oncologists, thoracic surgeons, nurses and social workers will handle a case together. The Cancer Care Center partners with Michigan Cancer Research Consortium to deliver world-class clinical trials and cutting-edge treatment techniques. Several specific, innovative treatments are being used in addition to the comprehensive cancer treatments listed below.
Radiation oncology, surgical oncology, clinical trials, chemotherapy, palliative care, state-of-the-art diagnostics and imaging services, pathology, genetic counseling, hormone therapy, biological therapy, complementary and alternative medicine, nutrition and physical therapy, and comprehensive and preventive care are all options in the Saint Alphonsus Cancer Care Center’s cancer treatment program.
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