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If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, you are not alone. Starting right now, we’ll be by your side. Beacon Cancer Care takes a comprehensive approach to treating cancer, working with you to deliver the highest quality care, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.I've been diagnosed
What to Expect at Your First Appointment
We understand that facing a cancer diagnosis is overwhelming. We’ve got your back. From your first call (574.647.8300), you are at the heart of a partnership with one goal: to help you navigate this journey with treatments as individual as you are. We’ll help you understand all of your options and ensure that you are in control of every aspect of your care, every step of the way. You will always know what’s next in your treatment process.
Your Cancer Care Team. Ready to Serve.
Your physician team of highly skilled cancer and blood disorder specialists will work side-by-side with a dedicated staff of nurses, therapists, navigators, social workers, dietitians and nurse practitioners to deliver the highest quality of care, using leading-edge technology and procedures to diagnose and treat cancer.
Where Do You Go When the Unexpected Happens?
Rudy Chapman loves sports. He attends almost every Notre Dame hockey game and plays hockey every winter on a rink in his backyard. But at 6-years-old, he developed Ewing sarcoma, a rare cancer. After months of travel to Indianapolis, a Beacon nurse presented another option: “Have you thought about having the surgery done here?” That’s when they realized they could get the care they needed, close to home.
Whether you’ve already scheduled your first appointment, or you’re looking for more information, Beacon Cancer Care is focused on one thing – tailoring the right care to each and every person. As cancer care becomes increasingly sophisticated, we continue to provide our community with the very latest treatments, technologies and services – from a trusted team with years of experience helping people through their cancer journeys.