Feel confident the expert cancer care specialists at LMH Health can provide a full range of advanced treatments you need.
Compassionate Cancer Care
Lean on your cancer care team for comfort and compassion during a difficult time in your life. You’ll benefit from our experienced staff and personalized care close to home and your loved ones.
Multidisciplinary Tumor Conference
Count on our board-certified cancer doctors to meet for a multidisciplinary tumor conference weekly. At these meetings, your cancer doctor discusses your cancer with other specialists— including oncology, radiology, surgery, pathology, primary care and others. Collective discussion allows your doctor to get other opinions about the best care for you. You benefit from these conferences by receiving a more integrated, personalized care plan to treat your type of cancer.
Chemotherapy uses drugs that destroy cancer cells by interfering with their ability to grow and divide. Your doctor may use chemotherapy drugs alone or in coordination with radiation and surgery to treat a solid tumor. You can receive chemotherapy:
- Orally (by mouth)
- Through an IV (intravenously) in a vein or artery
- Injection into a muscle or under the skin
Chemotherapy Education Class
If your treatment plan includes chemotherapy, you will attend an education class to learn about chemotherapy, side effects, and self-care during treatment.
Immunotherapy triggers your natural immune system to fight disease. Certain types of cancer are more responsive to immunotherapy than others. Your doctor will decide if immunotherapy is right for you.
Types of immunotherapies given intravenously or under the skin that we offer include therapeutic antibodies which trigger the immune system to target and eliminate cancer cells
Targeted therapy destroys cancer cells without affecting normal, non-cancerous cells. This type of therapy targets abnormal proteins found on cancer cells that are fundamental to cancer cell growth.
Trust your cancer doctor to determine the appropriate type of hormone therapy for your cancer. Some hormones help cancer cells grow, while other hormones kill cancer cells or stop their growth. Hormone therapy may involve taking medication, having surgery, or both. Our experts also help you manage and treat the side effects that come with taking hormone therapy medication.
Rely on your cancer care team to monitor your overall health during cancer treatments. Often cancer treatments stop your body from working as it normally does. When that happens, your body may need support and blood-related treatments such as:
- Blood transfusion – Replaces blood lost through injury, surgery, or disease during treatment
- Erythropoietin-stimulating (EPO) agents – Help make red blood cells to treat anemia
- Phlebotomy – Removes iron-rich blood to prevents organ damage
Radiation therapy delivers radiation to precise, targeted cancerous tumor locations to destroy or shrink cancer cells.
Depend on our experienced board-certified surgeons if you and your doctor decide you need surgery to treat your cancer. Surgery may remove or check for tumors and can be one form of treatment combined with others.
Fighting cancer starts with knowing your options and making informed decisions about your cancer care. Participating in a clinical trial is one option available to you. Your cancer care team can help you understand your treatment options, and then you can decide the best treatment for you.