Oncology

Oncology

A New Level of Cancer Care Services

For more information about our Adult Oncology Services, please call (702) 731-8274.

Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center has always set a high standard for cancer care. Now we are taking that care to a new level with our adult inpatient oncology unit. The unit features the latest in care and service amenities for patients and visitors – all designed to enhance healing and comfort. Our unit features:

  • Dedicated unit for oncology patients
  • 22 private rooms on the 4th floor of Tower II on the Sunrise campus
  • Sleep area for a family member in every patient room
  • All rooms wired for telemetry monitoring
  • Aesthetically pleasing environment with a quiet, secluded feeling that offers warmth and comfort to patients and visitors
  • An experienced staff knowledgeable in the latest treatments, techniques and patient amenities
  • American Cancer Society Patient Navigator and volunteers on-site as needed to assist patients and their families throughout their hospital stay
  • Open during visiting hours
  • Chemotherapy administered by registered nurses with specialized training
  • Clinical pharmacists are specially trained in chemotherapy
  • Four Oncology Certified Nurses
  • Urology Certified Registered Nurse
  • A Cancer Resource Center that provides information on diagnosis and treatment for patients and their families
  • All rooms have wi-fi connectivity
  • Our Cancer Care program at Sunrise is accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer and is recognized by the Commission on Cancer as a Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program (the only such program in Las Vegas), which means our program meets stringent criteria for services and quality

At Sunrise Hospital, we understand the needs of cancer patients and their families. This new unit is another example of our commitment to exceeding the expectations of patients and providing the highest standard of care.

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