When Davis Medical Center opened its Cancer Care Center in 2000, life changed for people in Randolph, Barbour, Tucker, Upshur, Pocahontas, Webster, and other regional counties. From that point on, community members knew they would no longer have to travel far for the latest in cancer treatments.
In 2016, the DMC Cancer Care Center partnered with WVU Cancer Institute to enhance the medical and radiation oncology offerings. The joint venture partnership also allows for the Cancer Care Center's resources and abilities to provide state-of-the-art treatments to the area residents.
A $6 million renovation and technology upgrade was completed in 2019, bringing the Center's Radiation Oncology Department to the forefront of what is available today with the installation of a new TrueBeam linear acceleartor and a Siemens wide bone CT scanner.
The commitment to cancer care is reflected by the dedication of our staff including five certified oncology nurses and two licensed radiation therapists. We are reminded daily of the community support we receive with continual contributions made to the Davis House and the Cancer Patient Assistance Fund through the DHS Foundation.
The Cancer Care Center is accredited by the National Commission on Cancer with eight commendations granted during the first survey. Our Cancer Center is the only the 12th cancer center in WV to receive this prestigious recognition. The Cancer Care Center was additionally granted the Outstanding Achievement Award during its first survey, based on the number of commendations.
The Cancer Care Center is supported by Davis Medical Center's diagnostic, therapeutic, pharmaceutical and other clinical services, patients and loved ones have peace of mind knowing that their continuum of care is never compromised.
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