What Makes Us Different
Being diagnosed with cancer can be extremely overwhelming and confusing. At Atrium Medical Center, we understand this and our goal is to provide care and services for you and your family that make treatment as positive as possible while causing the least amount of disorder to your daily life.
Atrium's Cancer Program includes advanced imaging, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, surgery, and clincial research break throughs―all close to home.
Our comprehensive scope of services are clinically and technologically advanced with the most current capabilities for cancer care in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton region.
Most cancer care services are conveniently located in The Compton Center at Atrium. Full-field digital mammography is available in our Women’s Center. Atrium Medical Center is in Middletown, easily accessible off I-75 at State Route 122 Exit. View Map.
When you or a loved one is dealing with a cancer diagnosis, it is important to explore all the options available to you. One or more therapy methods may be used when designing a treatment plan. It is common to use several treatment methods together or in sequence with the goal of preventing recurrence. This is referred to as multi-modality treatment of cancer.
Choice of cancer treatment is influenced by several factors, including the specific characteristics of your cancer, your overall condition, and the goal of your treatment. Depending on these factors, you may receive one or more of the following:
Clinical trials―also known as clinical studies or research protocols―are studies designed to find new and better ways to treat patients with cancer.
Atrium Medical Center’s cancer clinical research service provides access to an extensive list of protocols. Clinical trial participation remains the national standard for quality and state-of-the-art care and demonstrates our program’s desire to achieve the highest level of care.
Learn more about participation in our clinical trials.
Our multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, and clinical staff are experts in cancer care. This team collaborates on each case to provide personal, tailored care throughout the treatment process by using the most currently available techniques, therapies, clinical research protocols, and comprehensive support.
Fully Accredited Program
For 18 straight years Atrium's Cancer Program has received accreditation by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer (AcoS-COC). The Cancer Program has consistently met the criteria for designation with the most recent survey conducted in March 2010, resulting in Accreditation with Commendation.