Every cancer is different. That's why you aren't just treated by one doctor at the Wellmont Cancer Institute.
Our innovative approach to cancer treatment brings together multiple board-certified physician specialists and other experts – a certified genetic counselor, registered dietitian and clinical trial coordinator, to name just a few – to design a customized plan for each patient.
This way, we can ensure you're treated using the same high standards of care and up-to-date technologies – based on the best evidence available – you'd find at large cancer treatment centers across the nation.
In addition to our team-driven model of care, we offer many distinct benefits. Here are some of the reasons we diagnose and treat more cancers than any other provider in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Learn more about why you don't have to look further for superior cancer care.
You can also find out more on the cancer institute's annual report / calendar.
From diagnostic services to help identify and pinpoint cancers to some of the most advanced treatment options anywhere, the cancer institute is equipped with the tools to help you fight cancer and win.
Learn more about our full range of services
The four most common cancers – lung, colon, prostate and breast – make up half of all cases in the U.S.
At the cancer institute, we have extensive experience treating these any many other types of cancers, including:
Learn more about other cancers we treat
If you're looking for more information or have questions about the Wellmont Cancer Institute, please contact us or speak to your primary care provider.
If you have questions or would like more information about Wellmont’s cancer care services, please let us know.
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2/1/16 - To demonstrate solidarity with those whose lives have been affected by cancer, the Wellmont Cancer Institute will participate in the #WorldCancerDay #TalkingHands social media campaign on Thursday, Feb. 4.
12/23/15 - Patients at the J.D. and Lorraine Nicewonder Cancer Center experienced the spirit of giving from Sullins Academy third graders, who provided gifts such as notebooks, blankets, hats and scarves, as well as handmade cards and notes of encouragement.
5/28/15 - Strength and hope will permeate the region as cancer survivors gather to celebrate their success at an upcoming event. National Cancer Survivors Day will be held June 7, and the Wellmont Cancer Institute will hold local gatherings at three locations.
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