Puget Sound Cancer Centers makes the latest cancer care easily available & closer to home
When you are dealing with the realities of cancer, you shouldn't have to add the stress of travel to treatment. This was our thinking over 30 years ago when we created PSCC. And it is even more relevant today. Once there is a diagnosis of cancer or a blood disease, it's easy to become overwhelmed with information, treatment options and choices. Yet, one of the most critical decisions is where to go for care, treatment and support.
PSCC's affiliation with Swedish Cancer Institute brings the best of both worlds together.
After many years of working together to provide our patients with the highest quality cancer care, we are pleased to announce that Puget Sound Cancer Centers (PSCC) is finalizing its affiliation with the Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI). This is a natural next step in the relationship we've shared with the Institute for more than two decades. As a member of the SCI network, we look forward to playing a significant role in realizing our shared mission of providing patients with expert and personalized cancer care services close to home. You can read more about the affiliation here.
World's most successful cancer treatments minutes away.
When it comes to treating cancer and blood diseases, PSCC has been at the forefront of research and creative applications of treatments for decades. As an affiliate of Swedish Cancer Institute and US Oncology for Research, PSCC has the flexibility to utilize new drugs, approaches and treatments from around the world. And with the comprehensive electronic medical records system at Swedish Cancer Institute, patients have access to an integrated system of care with an ongoing record throughout the entire Swedish network.
Along with receiving the most advanced cancer treatments available, including access to clinical trials, our patients really appreciate receiving their care close to home in a more personalized and compassionate environment.
Call us and take the first steps toward receiving better cancer care.