Cancer care doesn’t take just one healthcare provider, it takes a village. Onslow Memorial has assembled a team of oncologists, surgeons, nurses and technicians, all passionate about providing the best possible cancer treatment, therapy and care, close to home.
From state-of-the-art diagnostics and imaging technology to the most advanced surgical equipment, Onslow is dedicated to offering oncologists and surgeons the very best tools to diagnose, treat and manage a wide range of cancer conditions. The recent addition of da Vinci Robotic Surgery means our surgeons have the ability to provide patients with minimally invasive surgery for intensive cancer procedures, helping them heal faster and get home faster.
Keeping care close to home is a priority for Onslow Memorial. Our radiation oncology services, developed in partnership with Vidant Health, are part of our mission to provide excellent patient health services in a healing and family-centered environment. Our goal is to provide state-of-the-art cancer care close to home, so you and your family can focus on healing.
Onslow Memorial Hospital has received Accreditation with Commendations from the Commission on Cancer for our cancer care. Less than 25% of hospitals have earned this distinction for level of care and improved patient outcomes. Click here to learn more.
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Keeping care close to home is a priority for Onslow Memorial Hospital, as we strive to provide excellent patient health services in a healing and family-centered environment. Our goal is to deliver state-of-the-art cancer care close to home, so you and your family can focus on healing.
As part of our community outreach, several free cancer screenings are provided to the community, including a skin cancer screening, clinical breast exam and colon cancer screening. We know that early detection helps save lives.
Each year, a physician member of the cancer committee performs a study to asses patients within the program are evaluated and treated according to evidence-based national treatment guidelines. Past reports are available below for your review.
To view the results of our 2019 Cancer Programs Outcome Report, click here.
To view the results of our 2018 Cancer Programs Outcome Report, click here.
To view the results of our 2017 Cancer Programs Outcome Report, click here.
To view the results of our 2016 Pain Management Survey, click here.
To view the results of our 2015 Cancer Survey, click here.
To view the highlights of our 2015 Cancer Screenings, click here.
To view the 2013-14 Oncology Annual Report, click here.
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