Clinic Opening Soon: June 1, 2021
Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cancer or a blood disorder? Our trusted team of health care providers at CHI St. Alexius Health’s Oncology & Hematology Clinic understand your questions and concerns. We offer a comprehensive team of providers that will deliver expert care close to home.
Our department is made up of physicians, advanced practice providers (APP), and nurses specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers and disorders of the blood.
Our faith-based heritage inspires our healing ministry of care. And our commitment to quality calls us to deliver better patient outcomes for you and your family. Together we’ll create a personalized treatment plan for you.
Our program offers evaluation, treatment and consultive services for a variety of cancer diagnoses that include head and neck cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, genitourinary cancer, sarcoma, malignant melanoma, leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma.
We provide cancer treatment services that include oral and IV chemotherapy, and immunotherapy.
Benign Blood Disorders
Our department offers evaluation, treatment, and consultive services for benign blood disorders.
- Low platelets
- Low or high white blood cells
- Bleeding disorders
- Clotting disorders
Our team collaborates with the Bismarck Cancer Center for Radiation Oncology.
Your care will be delivered by a cancer team that will answer questions and develop your personalized treatment plan that promotes healing while managing your disease.
Your team will be led by a medical oncologist. Your team will work closely with other health care providers such as your primary care provider, pharmacists, surgeons, dieticians, pathologists, and Palliative Care.
You will also benefit from the services of our Nurse Navigator to guide you along your cancer journey and survivorship.
The Commission on Cancer (CoC) accreditation provides real value to CHI St. Alexius Health’s cancer program. Achieving the CoC accreditation ensure patients receive comprehensive, patient-centered care through a multidisciplinary team-approach, access to information on clinical and new treatment options, ongoing monitoring of care and lifelong patient follow-up, psycho-social support and survivorship care, and continuous quality improvements in care.