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Cancer Care

Treating the whole patient from prevention to diagnosis, treatment & recovery

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At the Cancer Care Center of O’Fallon, our dedicated team uses the latest diagnostic technology and advanced technologies to create a comprehensive treatment plan tailored just for you. Our new, 31,000 square foot facility opened in April 2020 and is shared by HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Radiation Oncology Center and Cancer Care Specialists of Illinois to serve patients from across the region. 

The cancer center features a welcoming environment and compassionate caregivers who our patients say treat them like family. Services include radiation oncology, a medical oncology physician clinic, infusion services, support and education programs and more. 

St. Elizabeth’s is the only American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer designated cancer program in the service area of St. Clair County. In addition, we have access to clinical trials, exchange information with other cancer centers across the country and maintain a cancer registry of case studies of treatments and techniques.

Male doctor sitting with female cancer patient wearing a head scarf.

Specialized Oncology Services at the Cancer Care Center of O’Fallon

  • Medical Oncology/Hematology
    • Chemotherapy
    • Infusion Therapy
    • Immunotherapy 
  • Radiation Oncology Services
    • Radiation Linear Accelerator & CT-simulator 
    • Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) 
    • Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) 
    • Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) 
    • Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT)
  • Research & Clinical Trials
  • Cancer Screenings
  • Cancer Prevention & Wellness Programs 
  • Education & Support Services
  • Diagnostic, Consultation & Follow Up Services 
  • Genetic Counseling 
  • Imaging - Bone Densitometry, CT scans, PET scans
  • Laboratory – Lab Tests, Tumor Markers
Woman cancer patient with young nurse

Commission on Cancer (CoC) Advantage

When patients receive care at a CoC facility, they also have access to information on clinical trials and new treatments, genetic counseling, and patient centered services including psycho-social support, a patient navigation process, and a survivorship care plan that documents the care each patient receives and seeks to improve cancer survivors’ quality of life.

The CoC provides the public with information on the resources, services, and cancer treatment experience for each CoC-accredited cancer program through the CoC Hospital Locator at https://www.facs.org/search/cancer-programs.