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Oncology Services

Cancer is a group of 100 different diseases. It occurs when cells become abnormal and keep dividing forming more cells without control or order.

Cancer touches people of all ages, races, income and geographic location.

The person diagnosed with cancer often experiences uncertainty, loneliness, fear as well as many other emotions.

We can provide resources to help during this difficult time. Our dedication and concern will help patients with cancer meet the challenges that occur...

  • emotional ups and downs
  • physical problems
  • treatment decisions
  • changes in life plans
  • pain managements

Our Role in Cancer Care

Our Lady of Fatima Hospital is a full service, acute care community hospital. We provide comprehensive, high quality services with a uniquely personal and caring touch. Fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, our physicians, nurses and support professionals offer a wide range of cancer care options from early detection to integrated care throughout the continuum.

Cancer Care Options

  • Early Detection
  • State of the Art Diagnostic Technology
  • Outpatient Surgery
  • Inpatient Surgery
  • Immunotherapy
  • Hormone Therapy
  • Pain Management
  • Radiation

We Can Provide

  • Cancer Care Nurses
  • Counseling Services
  • Home Care
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Pastoral Care
  • Rehabilitation
  • Social Services
  • Support Groups
  • I Can Cope Program

For more information call: 401-456-3507.

Clincial Trials for Patients

The American Cancer Society's Clinical Trials Matching Service is a free, confidential program that helps patients, their families, and health care workers find cancer clinical trials most appropriate to a patient's medical and personal situation.

For more information on our Clinical Trials matching Service, please call 1-800-303-5691 or visit our website: http://clinicaltrials.cancer.org

NorthMain Radiation Oncology participates in multiple clinical trials from national study groups (RTOG, NSABP, CALGB) as well as the Brown University Oncology Group.www.nmrad.com.