Phoenix Cancer Center

At Phoenix Cancer Center, patient care is delivered in a multidisciplinary manner – diagnoses and treatment options are discussed among a group of specialists including surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, nurses and other experts focused on the management of cancer. Inpatient care is delivered at Maricopa Medical Center, a 541-bed acute care hospital located in central Phoenix.

Maricopa Health Foundation works in conjunction with the Phoenix Cancer Center to provide outreach programs aimed at increasing access to cancer health care and improving the health status of underserved populations in Maricopa County. With support from MHF and grants from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Phoenix Affiliate, more than 175 uninsured patients have received assistance with cancer treatment since 2009.
The Foundation regularly provides funding for reconstructive surgery to women who have undergone mastectomies in their fight against breast cancer.
The medical center has a full staff in surgery, medicine, pediatrics, and obstetrics/gynecology that provide excellent care in an academic environment.
Among these doctors are specialists focused on and devoted to cancer care including medical and hematological oncologists, surgical oncologists and gynecological oncologists.