IU Health Arnett Physicians Cancer Services
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Important COVID-19 Notice:
If you have an appointment that needs to be rescheduled, an IU Health care team member will contact you with more information. For those appointments that cannot be postponed, options will include virtual visits through IU Health Virtual Visits, visits by phone, as well as in-person visits. If we do not contact you to reschedule, please plan on arriving for your appointment at your scheduled time.
If you do not have an appointment within the next 3 days, we kindly ask that you wait to call your provider’s office until closer to your appointment.
IU Health Arnett Hospital Cancer Center gives north central Indiana residents a leading choice in comprehensive cancer care and treatment. We provide new technologies, clinical expertise, clinical research options and a multidisciplinary approach to care.
We also offer you patient-centered cancer care. That means you are able to address your individual goals, values and condition. Your care team will acknowledge those goals and preferences in creating a personalized treatment plan for you.
At IU Health Arnett Hospital Cancer Center, our board certified physicians treat a wide spectrum of cancers. We strive to bring the newest and most innovative treatments to the region. Because your needs will change throughout cancer treatment, we provide convenient, expert services and resources to meet them.
Our highly skilled cancer specialists, including primary care physicians, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons, dietitians, physical therapists, chaplains, social workers and pharmacists work with you to develop an effective treatment plan personalized for your needs. Your treatment may include options such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy or even clinical trials.
As part of Indiana’s largest cancer care network, IU Health Arnett Hospital Cancer Center partners with the Indiana University School of Medicine and the Indiana University Health Melvin & Bren Simon Cancer Center, the state’s only cancer center with National Cancer Institute designation. These partnerships give our patients access to leading-edge treatments and innovative cancer research.
IU Health Arnett Hospital Cancer Center participates in a variety of clinical trials, which use new ideas and techniques to treat cancer. Many cancers, such as breast cancer, lymphoma, ovarian cancer and lung cancer, are treated using clinical trials. Clinical trials may include the use of new chemotherapy drugs, different radiation therapies or immunotherapy. Not all patients qualify for clinical trials. If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, you should speak to your physician.
Additional Contact Information
If you would like to participate or get more information about clinical trials, please call 765.838.6885.