From diagnosis through treatment and beyond, the experienced, board–certified physicians and specialists at Parkland Medical Center deliver comprehensive cancer care that leads to the best possible outcomes. Our partnership with specialists from the Sofia Gordon Cancer Center at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center gives you access to the highest quality of cancer care close to home.

Customized, Comprehensive Cancer Care

When you choose Parkland Medical Center for your cancer care, we get to know you as a whole person, so we can provide you with a customized care plan tailored to your unique needs. Teams of doctors from various disciplines hold bi-weekly conferences to review the details of your particular situation, offer multiple second opinions, map out your treatment plan and monitor your progress.

You can easily access our full range of oncology services, as well as experts who offer your best chance of a cure. And we follow you for the rest of your life, responding to your questions and delivering all the support and ongoing care you may need.

Cancers We Treat

We treat virtually all cancers in adults, including:

Multispecialty Approach. Extensive Cancer Services.

At Parkland Medical Center, our multispecialty approach to cancer care means you’ll work with a team of medical professionals from multiple disciplines who know the most about your specific situation. You benefit from our broad range of services and treatments, especially our minimally invasive laparoscopic surgical techniques that allow small incisions and lead to less blood loss, quicker recovery and faster return to daily activities, work and family.

Learn more about access to interventional radiology and radiation therapy services, as well as what’s involved in preparing for surgery at Parkland Medical Center.

Lymphedema Support

Edema means swelling. When lymph nodes are removed or damaged during cancer treatment, you may be at risk for fluid retention and swelling in your arms, legs and other parts of the body related to nearby lymph nodes—a condition known as lymphedema. You can improve your cancer recovery when you learn more about your potential for lymphedema and how to treat swelling if it occurs.

Review our comprehensive program for lymphedema treatment at Parkland Medical Center.

Explore the Cancer Center in our online Health Library.

Rehabilitation & Recovery

Support your recovery and regain function during and after treatment by taking advantage of the extensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services available to you through Parkland Medical Center. Our compassionate clinicians, nurses and therapists deliver the expert care you need. Your overall recuperation, return to daily activities and outlook on life can also benefit from our extensive cancer recovery and support resources, lunch–and–learn sessions, healing arts workshops, palliative care, pain management and more.