Heptner Cancer Center and Infusion Center
307.688.1900, Medical Oncology/Infusion
307.688.1950, Radiation Oncology
Leigh Worsley, MS, RTT, CMD, Manager 307-688-1962 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Heptner Cancer Center provides advanced facilities and comprehensive treatment programs (including Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy) for patients in Gillette and northeast Wyoming. Cancer treatment falls into two primary categories:
The type of cancer, the stage it is in, and the patient's physical condition are all considered when developing a treatment plan. We also offer Infusion therapies/treatment in the Infusion Center (IV antibiotics, hydration, Remicade infusions, iron deficiency therapy, and many others). CCMH is proud to provide comprehensive Cancer Care right here in Campbell County.
After you receive a diagnosis of cancer from your medical doctor or surgeon, you are referred to the physicians in Cancer Care Services, where you collaborate with other health professionals to develop an individualized treatment plan. The treatment plan is used to implement the most effective treatment possible.
Working together to provide quality cancer care to patients in our region from diagnosis through treatment and follow-up.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, there are several things you may be thinking:
- "This can't be true."
- "I want the best medical care possible."
- "I'm overwhelmed, and don't even know what to ask."
- "I'm scared because I don't know what to do next."
Campbell County Memorial Hospital's Cancer Care team is here for you and your family; to walk beside you. We're here for you; we'll carry you through.
We recommend the following resources for sound medical information about cancer.
Cancer Care Advisory Board
An entity of the Campbell County Healthcare Foundation, the Cancer Care Advisory Board's (CCAB) mission is to provide financial assistance to cancer patients in Wyoming and surrounding counties.
ACS Information Center
The American Cancer Society Information Center is located in the Cancer Care Center lobby, and staffed by volunteers. ACS volunteers provide support, encouragement and information related to cancer diagnosis, treatment and coping with cancer. Patients have access to wigs, hats, scarves, prosthetics, literature and many other helpful items that may be necessary during cancer treatments. Please call the Cancer Center at 307.688.1900 for information on when this information center is staffed.