As part of the WVU Cancer Institute, Camden Clark Regional Cancer Center provides cancer care in the mid-Ohio Valley. Our cancer program, accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, reflects our commitment to provide the finest in cancer care. Healthcare professionals from a wide range of disciplines use a team approach to cancer treatment and prevention, contributing to each patient’s individualized plan of care.
At the Camden Clark Regional Cancer Center, we do everything possible to help patients continue a normal daily routine of work and recreation. As much as possible, scheduling and treatment plans are designed on an outpatient basis to allow patients to receive treatment with limited disruption of their normal lifestyle.
Ambulatory Infusion Center
The Ambulatory Infusion Center delivers outpatient infusion and transfusion services in a comfortable setting. Specially trained nurses provide patient care procedures involving medication injections, intravenous medications and infusions, blood transfusions, therapeutic phlebotomies, and PICC insertions. Services are available seven days a week and offer convenient appointment hours.
This includes the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of blood diseases (hematology) and cancer (oncology) and research into them. Services include:
- Clinical trials
- Genetic testing
This involves the use of radiation (X-rays, gamma rays, or electrons) to treat cancer. Services include:
- External beam radiation
- IMRT (intenstiy modulated radiation therapy)
- IGRT (image-guided radiation therapy)
- Respiratory gating
- Prostate seed implant
- HDR brachytherapy
Dedicated Inpatient Unit
This unit includes:
- 15 private rooms
- Oncology-certified nurses
- Serenity rooms