Cancer Treatment Center

Phone: (406) 444-2381

Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Cancer Treatment Center brings together Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology for complete cancer care to patients in Helena and the surrounding area.  Medical Oncology includes full chemotherapy and hematology services. Radiation Oncology offers state–of–the–art radiation therapy, including seed implants and intermodulated radiation therapy (IMRT).

The Cancer Treatment Center’s Medical Oncologists and Radiation Oncologist are members of The Montana Cancer Consortium, a group that allows St. Peter’s to participate in national clinical cancer trials approved by the National Cancer Institute. These are the same trials that are often available at universities and major medical centers. 

St. Peter’s Cancer Treatment Center treats the "whole" person, not just the disease. In addition to physicians, nurses, and technologists, other professionals such as social workers, dietitians, physical therapists, home health providers, spiritual practitioners, and hospice professionals are incorporated into patient care. 

Medical OncologyRadiation Oncology
Thomas, Justin, M.D.
Medical Oncology
Weiner, Thomas , M.D.
Medical Oncology
Cupino, Andrew, M.D.
Radiation Oncology

Patient Navigator

The Patient Navigator is a complimentary resource for cancer patients. Oncology Nurse Navigator Emily Burton, RN, serves patients of the Cancer Treatment Center as a full-time Patient Navigator. 

The role of a Patient Navigator is to support patients and families throughout the entire cancer experience; assess the patients’ needs and make referrals to appropriate services and resources; help coordinate care between healthcare providers; advocate for timely delivery of care; and provide information to empower patients to take an active role in their treatment and into recovery. 
 
For more information on St. Peter’s Patient Navigator program, contact St. Peter’s Cancer Treatment Center, 444-2381.

Recognition

St. Peter’s Cancer Treatment Center is accredited by The Joint Commission and has been accredited by The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons since December 2000. It meets established national standards that ensure cancer patients receive the best possible care.  Receiving care at a Commission–approved cancer program ensures that a patient will have access to comprehensive care, including a range of state–of–the–art services and equipment; a multi–specialty team approach to coordinate the best treatment options; information about ongoing clinical trials and new treatment options; access to caner–related information, education, and support; and a cancer registry.

www.facs.org/cancer/index.html

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