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Get to know the Salem Health Cancer Institute

Face your diagnosis with confidence—our team of trusted cancer experts will help you navigate every phase of your care, no matter what the future brings.

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The Salem Health Cancer Institute is more than a place where people receive cancer treatment. It is a gathering spot that provides a unique experience for our community in a welcoming, restorative environment.

Support groups, education, exercise and art

It’s important to have an outlet for the stresses and emotions that come with cancer. We offer groups and classes to fit your needs.

Online resources

The internet has endless articles about every type of cancer and treatment out there. But as with anything else online, you have to be careful what you trust. Here’s our list of reputable sites.

Statistics

Salem Health Cancer Institute is a leader in treatment outcomes in Oregon and the western U.S., and we have the data to prove it.

Team

When you receive treatment through the Salem Health Cancer Institute, you’ll meet a diverse team of people who all have your health and recovery in mind. Learn who they are and how they can help.

Contact

Our address, phone number, email, maps and more.

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Accreditation

The Commission on Cancer (CoC), a quality program of the American College of Surgeons, is the only national accreditation program that recognizes cancer centers for their commitment to providing comprehensive, high-quality, and multidisciplinary patient-centered care.

CoC accreditation is a voluntary commitment by a cancer program that ensures patients will have access to a full scope of services required to diagnose, treat, rehabilitate, and support patients with cancer and their families. Salem Health undergoes a CoC survey process every 3 years.

2015 Annual Report

The Cancer Institute is more than a cancer center.

2015 Annual Report

Treatment

Understand the different types of cancer treatment.

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Survivorship Clinic

Answers to your biggest question—now what?