Danny Chow, MD
Chisa Echendu, MD,PhD
Harry Smith, MD
Sohail Akbani, MD
Lindsey Brown, AGACNP-BC
Adult Gerontology Acute Care
Ashley Humphreys, AGACNP-BC
Adult Gerontology Acute Care
Baptist Cancer Network is committed to providing state-of-the-art technology and excellence in patient care. At the Baptist Cancer Network, physicians with an extremely experienced care team work together to design individual treatment plans based on the type, stage and aggressiveness of the cancer. With our extensive knowledge, experience and our access to leading-edge technologies, we can take care of all your cancer needs close to home.
At Baptist Cancer Network we know that the diagnosis and fight against cancer can be overwhelming. To help you during this difficult time, we can connect you and your family with the resources you need to cope with your disease.
At Baptist Cancer Network we understand the importance of relationship building with our patients and the community. That is why we offer educational seminars for local businesses, schools and news media to increase awareness and hopefully save lives. With our extensive knowledge, experience and our access to leading-edge technologies, we can take care of all your cancer needs close to home.
When someone is diagnosed with cancer, it can be an overwhelming experience. That's why we have experienced cancer nurses and a specialized team of Oncology Nurse Navigators that help patients through the process. The Baptist Cancer Network has Patient Navigators to assist cancer patients in the transition from diagnosis through treatment and beyond.
Where Commitment and Caring Come Together
The Baptist Cancer Network redefines the
patient experience by combining knowledge and skills with the
support, compassion and spirituality that you deserve.
Chemotherapy uses powerful drugs to kill cancer cells, control their growth or relieve pain symptoms. Chemotherapy may involve a single drug or a combination of two or more drugs, depending on the type of cancer and its rate of progression.
Our team consists of radiation oncologists and their clinical staff – physicists, dosimeterists, radiation therapists, and nurses who develop a treatment plan when radiation is determined to be an appropriate form of treatment.
SUSPICION OF CANCER
Oncologists review recent physician visit notes and test results to determine whether cancer may be the underlying cause of suspicious symptoms, and will determine if further testing is needing to find cancer at the earliest possible stage.
Cancer Network Highlights
About the Baptist Cancer Network
Baptist Cancer Network is committed to providing state-of-the-art technology and excellence in patient care. At the Baptist Regional Cancer Network, physicians with an extremely experienced care team work together to design individual treatment plans based on the type, stage and aggressiveness of the cancer.
Michelle Esclovon, RN
Congratulations to Michelle Esclovon for being the latest entry in our Staff Spotlight! We appreciate your dedication. Learn more about Michelle and the work she does for the Baptist Cancer Network at the link below.
Research opportunities are available to clients at Baptist Cancer Network through participation in clinical research studies. Clinical research studies or clinical trials are used to develop new and improved ways of treating cancers. As a volunteer for a clinical research study or clinical trial, you are assisting the researchers to improve cancer care.