As one of Michigan’s largest cancer care networks, the Mercy Cancer Network delivers advanced medicine to local communities, offering the latest in cancer diagnostics, clinical research trials and therapeutic technology.
Mercy Cancer Network offers a unique set of services that includes:
- Top tier in patient satisfaction through coordinated, compassionate attention to each patient's well being.
- Expert, experienced and caring oncology physicians, fellowship-trained in sub-specialties.
- Leading-edge cancer diagnosis and treatment technology including CyberKnife, TomoTherapy, Rapid Arc, daVinci® Robotic Minimally Invasive Surgery, and Digital Mammography.
- A seamless care experience through multi-disciplinary teams supported by integrated clinical information systems and nurse navigators at every cancer program site.
- Access to clincial research studies available through the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
- Accreditation by the American College of Surgeons (ACOS) Commission on Cancer with Commendations.
- Community Clinical Oncology Programs (CCOP) research bases affiliated with the Mayo Clinic and M.D. Anderson.
- Spiritual care and support for cancer patients and family members throughout their journey.
Mercy Cancer Network offers a vast network of cancer care – by the numbers:
- Offering 17 different locations across Michigan giving patients more options throughout the state.
- Providing the expertise of more than 200 highly trained, board certified cancer care physicians, including oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, physicists, surgeons, oncology nurses and other cancer related specialists.
- Providing more than 100,000 radiation therapy treatments annually.
- Caring for over 6,000 cancer inpatients annually; over 5,000 cancer outpatient surgeries annually, and over 35,000 breast cancer patients annually.
- Providing more than 145,000 mammograms annually, with 32 digital mammography machines available through the statewide network.
- Ranked first in number of breast cancer surgeries and first in number of urology cancer surgeries across the State of Michigan.