Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Medical City Healthcare


Medical City Healthcare is the destination of choice for cancer care in North Texas. Together with Sarah Cannon—the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare—we offer integrated oncology services with convenient access to leading-edge therapies for those facing cancer in our community. Recognized as leaders in cancer care, our experts use the latest research and technology to provide you with the best cancer treatment possible.

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As a part of Sarah Cannon, we’re bringing advanced cancer care services to patients and their families close to home. This collaboration means you or a loved one will have even greater access to one of the world’s leading teams of cancer specialists, breakthrough researchers and compassionate caregivers in North Texas communities.

Together with Sarah Cannon, Medical City hospitals:

  • Provide greater access to leading-edge therapies for patients
  • Implement physician-led and patient-centric integrated cancer treatment programs
  • Ease the burden of the cancer journey for all patients through nurse navigation programs, which assist the patient through his or her experience
  • Build oncology centers of excellence with our physicians and staff

Comprehensive cancer treatment in North Texas

Medical City Healthcare's network of hospitals offer advanced cancer treatment options, experienced radiologists and oncologists and state-of-the-art cancer facilities throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, allowing us to provide quality cancer care across all of North Texas.

With multidisciplinary teams of cancer doctors and related specialists working together, including dietitians, social workers, pastoral care and child life and psycho-social therapists, our cancer treatment centers are well equipped to treat patients with a wide variety of cancers.

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Cancer treatment at Medical City hospitals include:

Cancer screening and genetics testing

Medical City Healthcare offers a variety of cancer screenings and genetics and hereditary cancer syndrome testing.

Clinical trials for cancer

Clinical trials are research studies involving people with cancer. Sarah Cannon, a global leader in cancer research, has been a clinical trials leader in the majority of approved therapies over the last 10 years.

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Cancer support groups

Our cancer support groups are located in our hospitals throughout North Texas and help patients and families live with, through and beyond cancer.

Nurse navigators and survivorship navigators

At Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Medical City Healthcare, oncology nurse navigators are an integral part of each patient's multidisciplinary care team. They serve as advocate and educators for those facing cancer from diagnosis through survivorship. This unique program ensures that patients always have a one-on-one connection with an oncology nurse who can assist in making and keeping appointments, getting a second opinion, finding answers and resources, keeping families informed and much more.

Read on the Sarah Cannon blog:

Navigators Are the GPS for Your Cancer Journey

After your cancer treatments are finished, our survivorship navigation program picks up where your nurse navigator left off. Having continued support and resources to help you get back into your life can make the transition easier.

To underscore how important follow-up cancer care is, Medical City Healthcare survivorship nurse navigators share insights into what patients should know about cancer recurrence.

Cancer rehabilitation

Medical City Healthcare hospitals offer a variety of inpatient and outpatient cancer rehab programs, designed to help patients live their best lives after cancer.

Palliative care

Our palliative care programs provide support and resources to patients and families managing the path of a serious illness.

Additional palliative care resources:

What is palliative care?

Center for Advanced Palliative Care

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Cancer blogs

Find cancer information, such as the blog below, written by our oncology nurse navigators and other cancer professionals on Sarah Cannon’s cancer blog site and Medical City Healthcare’s LifeSigns blog site.

What You Should Know Before Your Cancer Surgery