Every cancer patient is unique. So the treatment should be too. Patient cases are presented to a multidisciplinary group of caregivers — from oncologists to surgeons — to determine at the beginning of treatment the most effective long-term course of action.

Our local network of skilled physicians who specialize in cancer treatment, together with general surgeons, complete the cancer treatment team in northern Utah County.

  • Medical Oncologist (Hematology/Oncology) – Medical Oncologists are internists with training and experience in the treatment of cancer. They coordinate patient care throughout the cancer treatment, assisting with pain and symptom management. When needed, they prescribe anti-cancer drugs such as chemotherapy.
  • Radiation Oncologist – Radiation Oncologists provide radiation therapy treatment such as brachytherapy and image guided radiation therapy. They develop and prescribe cancer treatment plans and monitor patient progress.
  • Surgeons – While not part of every cancer treatment, surgeons are often involved in removing cancerous tissue.
  • Social Worker – Social workers provide support and counseling, answer financial concerns, and help patients discover community resources.
  • Dietitian – Certified dietitians help patients during and after cancer treatment by planning and developing meals plans, exercise goals and behavior modification coaching. 
  • Registered Nurse – Our nurses will help coordinate your care by helping make appointments, providing education and answering questions.
  • Patient Navigator – Our patient navigator connects patients with resources, services, information, and support throughout cancer treatment.
  • Genetic Counselor – A genetic counselor performs an in-depth risk assessment to assess a patient's risk. They also recommend screening and management for patients and at-risk family members.
  • Financial Counselor – If you don’t have insurance, need financial assistance, or have other financial concerns, our counselors can help.