With nearly three dozen offices in the Phoenix metro area, we have a location conveniently located near you.
We provide top specialists in cancer treatment, technology and research to provide cutting-edge treatment.
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Arizona Center for Cancer Care
Where Cutting-Edge Technology Meets Individualized Care.
With more than 35 offices and 65 physicians, respectively, across Maricopa County, Arizona Center for Cancer Care’s multi-specialty treatment centers offer patients from the Northeast Valley, Southeast Valley and West Valley the best doctors, best treatment technologies and best research in the country, often just miles from their homes.
Arizona Center for Cancer Care is proud to be Arizona’s only freestanding radiation oncology facility to earn The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for accreditation, as well as leading the charge on critical clinical trials in the areas of breast, prostate, lung, colon and ovarian cancers, among others.
Among our team of experts are trail blazers in cancer research and technology, including the pioneer of breast brachytherapy and first-ever Arizona doctor to perform da Vinci® Single-Site™ gynecological robotic surgery, respectively. Universally respected, our team also recently entered into a long-term relationship with Scottsdale Healthcare, wherein our doctors are now leading radiation oncology services and treatment at both the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center and Honor Healthcare’s Osborn Hospital Campus.
We have been honored as among one of Arizona’s Most Admired Companies and individually, our physicians have been recognized by the Phoenix Business Journal, Phoenix Magazine, Az Business Magazine and others as health care leaders changing the face of cancer care in our state.
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Kuske, MD for being awarded the 2018 Ulrich Henschke Award!
You just learned you have cancer. What’s next? – Dr. Justin Goldfarb