Oncology services are provided at Amery Hospital & Clinic and are supported by quality specialists. The nurses are trained to help the cancer patient throughout the entire process.
There is no need for our patients to travel long distances for this service, offered under the direction of Oncologist, Dan Anderson, M.D. and our Adult Nurse Practitioner, Mary Ann Scoglio, who is also a certified Oncology Nurse. Chemotherapy treatments are administered within the Infusion Services area at Amery Hospital & Clinic, and can be scheduled regularly – daily if needed.
Chemotherapy & Infusion
Chemotherapy and Infusion services are offered right here at Amery Hospital & Clinic. Our compassionate, highly-trained, caring oncology staff are here to help and provide you a relaxed, healing environment close to home. We work closely with you and your family to provide a personalized treatment program. Support services, such as social work, nutrition counseling, physical therapy, and counseling are available.
Cancer Center of Western Wisconsin
In collaboration, the Cancer Center
was created by Amery Hospital & Clinic, Baldwin Area Medical Center, Hudson Hospital & Clinics, Osceola Medical Center, St. Croix Regional Medical Center of St. Croix Falls, and Westfields Hospital of New Richmond. Along with founding this network of care, each of these hospitals now offers patients advanced oncology services, using evidence-based protocols developed by Medical Oncology Director Gary Shapiro, M.D., who comes to the Cancer Center from the renowned Johns Hopkins University. The Cancer Center’s state-of-the-art facility, located in New Richmond, is home for the Radiation Therapy Center of Western Wisconsin. Through a partnership with Minneapolis Radiation Oncology, PA, patients will receive radiation therapy treatments at this new facility.
With consistent oncology services, treatment and support available throughout Western Wisconsin, this collaboration extends the gift of time to patients – less time navigating travel and traffic, less time waiting for appointments and answers, and more time spent healing at home with family and friends or simply getting on with the day-to-day schedule of work and activities.
Learn more online at cc-ww.org