Your Treatment Close to Home
We know the challenges patients and their loved ones face when given a cancer diagnosis. That’s why Medical Oncology and Hematology Services at Cortland Regional Medical Center offers convenient, compassionate treatment option close to home.
We collaborate with in-house and off-site medical experts in the fields of radiology, medical oncology, surgery and radiation oncology in order to best care for our patients’ needs. Our certified cancer nurse navigator helps to guide patients through their treatment process every step of the way. Our dedicated team of doctors and medical professionals is focused on you. We provide a coordinated and personalized approach, educating you on treatment options and developing an individualized treatment program. And most important, you will be cared for by the same team, so you're in the hands of familiar faces every step of the way.
A dedicated treatment and infusion room, as well as a waiting area, are designed for patient and family comfort. Each patient area includes a recliner, personal television, privacy screens and seating for friends or family. With the treatment room on site at the medical center, patients can remain in one location for all related healthcare services, such as lab work and imaging.
Cancer Community Support
RMP Hematology/Oncology, an affiliate of Cortland Regional Medical Center offers the Cancer Community Room where patients can meet with the Cancer Nurse Navigator to discuss local resources available to patients and their caregivers. Patients have access to the Cancer Resource Room. This room includes a computer/printer, informational books on nutrition and many pamphlets and handouts on specific cancer diagnoses’ and prevention screenings available.
Located at 1095 Commons Avenue, the Cancer Community Room, decorated with art created by the Cortland County youth, is a safe environment for patients and survivors, to enjoy each other’s company and insight.
A cancer diagnosis is the beginning. We can help with what comes next. The healing starts at Cortland Regional Medical Center.>