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The Lahey Center for Oncology & Hematology at Parkland Medical Center
Bringing Expert Cancer Care from The Lahey Clinic - Close to Home
When you or a loved one are faced with cancer, you want the best possible care and treatment from experts that you can trust. The collaboration between Parkland Medical Center and the Lahey Clinic Hospital, one of the region’s most recognized tertiary and academic centers, goes one step further. At the Lahey Center for Oncology and Hematology at Parkland Medical Center, you’ll not only have the expertise of Lahey cancer specialists that you can trust, you’ll have the convenience of being cared for in a warm and compassionate community setting. Working side by side with Lahey oncologists, Parkland Medical Center’s nursing and clinical professionals are better equipped than ever to offer area residents the most comprehensive cancer care possible, close to home.
A patient centered, multidisciplinary approach is the foundation for Lahey Clinic’s cancer services at Parkland Medical Center. Specialists treating the same Parkland patients can readily consult one another, review test results and collaborate on treatment plans. They work together as a team to manage and care for patients with the most complex or common diagnoses. The result is the highest quality comprehensive cancer care, provided conveniently with a personalized touch.
- Phase III Clinical Trials
- Infusion Therapy Services
- Biological therapy
- Blood and blood product therapy
- Bone marrow testing
Patients wishing to be seen at The Lahey Center for Oncology and Hematology at Parkland Medical Center must first request a referral through their primary care physician. For more information, call 603-537-2060.
At The Lahey Center for Oncology & Hematology at Parkland Medical Center, you will find the hope and inspiration that comes from knowing that your care, comfort, and convenience are our highest priorities. Our physicians and nurses make the extra effort to know you, to listen to you, and to work with you to design a comprehensive treatment plan – one that takes into consideration not only physical treatment of the disease, but your emotional and psychological care as well. During this process you will develop a one-on-one relationship with your own treatment nurse and oncologist; relationships we feel honored to share.
Our on-site pharmacy enhances medication safety and optimizes patient therapy through the use of advanced technology and adherence to strict sterile preparation standards. Someone is always available to answer any of the questions you may have with regard to your treatment regimen.
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