Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a life-altering event. When diagnosed with any type of cancer, you want a cancer treatment center that employs health care professionals who are highly trained and skilled at treating and caring for your form of cancer. At FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, we treat the common adult cancers using the latest research, treatment and technology. Our conveniently located, high quality cancer care fights all stages of cancer and helps you overcome this disease.
Depending on what type of cancer diagnosis you receive, there may be a variety of treatment options available to you. The cancer-beating team at FirstHealth engages all the necessary specialists to help patients navigate through their treatment, from diagnosis to the conclusion of care. Our medical team assists patients to determine and choose the best treatment options available for their type of cancer. Through education and support services, we treat the whole individual, not just the cancer.
Our board certified physicians have access to advanced medical technology, including HDR brachytherapy, PET/CT scanning, biologic therapies, and da Vinci Robotic Surgery®. Our physicians participate in a wide variety of cancer clinical trials as well. At FirstHealth, we offer high-quality cancer treatment that rivals academic medical centers without the inconvenience of navigating large campuses, confusing parking areas and multiple settings for treatment.
It is good to know that there is a state-of-the-art cancer treatment center located in Pinehurst, NC. Convenient to Sanford, Raeford, Laurinburg, Lumberton, Fayetteville, Troy, and Rockingham, FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital provides treatment and support services for patients diagnosed with breast, lung, brain, bone, colon, prostate, and most forms of cancers.
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