Wickenburg Community Hospital and Clinics Joins
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Clinical Network
Wickenburg, Az, (06/29/2022) — Wickenburg Community Hospital and Clinics, and Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) Phoenix are thrilled to announce an affiliation to offer coordinated, advanced oncology care to residents of Wickenburg and surrounding rural communities. A ribbon-cutting event will be held at Wickenburg Community Hospital on September 13, 2022 to officially launch the partnership.
“Rural communities often face challenges when it comes to advanced cancer treatment options,” said Dr. Kevin Tulipana, CTCA Phoenix President. “We are excited to collaborate with Wickenburg Community Hospital and Clinics and the community to offer comprehensive oncology services for patients closer to their homes and families.”
Through its clinical network, CTCA Phoenix healthcare providers collaborate with physicians in community hospitals to perform evaluations and propose treatment plans for oncology patients. Wickenburg Community Hospital patients will have access to in-person visits at CTCA Phoenix and clinical telehealth services with highly trained, board-certified physicians. This will allow patients to receive treatments, chemotherapy, and telehealth visits close to home.
“In our ongoing pursuit of offering continued excellence in healthcare, we are delighted to announce our new affiliation with Cancer Treatment Centers of America,” said Jackie Lundblad, President and CEO, Wickenburg Community Hospital. “Our community has trusted Wickenburg Community Hospital for high-quality care for generations. This partnership allows us to bring nationally recognized cancer care to our community and region.”
For more information about this new coordinated care affiliation, contact Peter Stachowicz (928) 684-5421 ext. 3531.
About Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), part of City of Hope, is a national network of oncology hospitals and outpatient care centers offering an integrated approach that combines surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy and advancements in precision medicine with supportive therapies to manage side effects and enhance quality of life during treatment and into survivorship. CTCA publishes treatment results biannually, including patient experience, length of life, quality of life, patient safety and quality of care. CTCA also offers qualified patients a range of clinical trials that may reveal new treatment options supported by scientific and investigational research. CTCA patient satisfaction scores consistently rank among the highest for all cancer care providers in the country. Visit cancercenter.com for more information.
About Wickenburg Community Hospital and Clinics
Wickenburg Community Hospital is a nonprofit organization, established in 1926 and like the tenacious Western spirit that built Wickenburg, our rural Community Hospital and Clinics are committed to quality health and wellness services where the patient, family and community come first. federally designated as a Critical Access Hospital and state designated as a Level IV Trauma Center supporting the needs of residents and surrounding rural communities within approximately 3,300 square miles.
Our campus includes Specialized Emergency Medicine, Advanced Life Saving Technology, Critical Cardiac Care, Barrow Neurological Institute Telestroke Partnership, Community Primary Care Clinics, Surgical and Diagnostic Services, Licensed 19 Bed Acute Care Unit, Nuclear Medicine, Laboratory, Medical Resonance Imaging (MRI), Cardiopulmonary, Pharmacy, Rehabilitation Center, Infusion Center, Interventional Pain Management Program, Venous Insufficiency Program, and more. Visit wickhosp.com to learn more.