COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are required in some healthcare settings.
A cancer diagnosis doesn’t affect just one person. It impacts family members, friends and others in the community. That’s why we offer advanced cancer screening, diagnostics and treatment close to home. It’s one of the ways we help build stronger communities, one person at a time.
At PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center, we’re ready to help – with the technology, expertise, and compassion you need to take on cancer. Our oncology teams can help you through any stage of your treatment and recovery, from diagnosis through treatment to survivorship. We know that while you may have cancer, cancer doesn't have you.
PeaceHealth offers information and guidance to help people understand their risk for hereditary conditions. Genetic counseling and testing allow people to learn whether they are at an increased risk for cancer or other inherited conditions based on their medical and family health history. Having this knowledge can help one make informed medical decisions.
The cancer specialists at PeaceHealth care for people with a wide range of cancers. Here you will find some of our communities' most experienced experts for your care.
This clinic is licensed as part of St. John Medical Center. You may receive a separate charge or billing for facility fees in addition to any professional fees for services, which may result in a higher out-of-pocket expense.