Sarah Cannon HCA Midwest Health Cancer Network

HCA Midwest Health, known throughout the region for comprehensive care and advanced treatments for cancers of all types, is proud to partner with the Sarah Cannon cancer network, the cancer service line of HCA, and a leader in world class cancer care.

The Sarah Cannon HCA Midwest Health cancer network is anchored by our four accredited hospitals – Belton Regional Medical Center, Centerpoint Medical Center, Menorah Medical Center, Research Medical Center, and complemented by numerous cancer care outreach sites located in communities throughout metropolitan Kansas City and the surrounding areas.

You don’t need to leave the comfort of your community hospital in order to receive top cancer care. Tumors and cancers are unique, which means our treatment is unique to each patient. Sarah Cannon HCA Midwest Health offers innovative clinical research trials, tumor profiling to genetically target each patient’s unique cancer type, as well as patient navigation, genetic counseling and the most advanced treatment and technology available.

For more information, contact us at (816) 751-3775 or (913) 236-8003.

Cancer Types: Prevention and Treatment

For more information visit All Cancer Types, or for health advice or a physician referral call our Nurses On-Call.

Clinical Research Trials 

HCA Midwest Health currently has 60 clinical cancer trials available. Clinical trials look at new ways to prevent, detect, or treat disease.

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Recent News

Preventive Surgeries Among Women Following in Wake of Genetic Cancer Testing
March 25, 2015 | via HCA Midwest Health
After testing positive for the BRCA gene in 2011, oncology nurse Kelly Boling at Research Medical Center – like Angelina Jolie - underwent a mastectomy and had her ovaries removed – a move that her doctor, Stephanie Graff, oncologist a HCA Midwest Health, says can reduce the risk of cancer by up to 85 percent. Read More

Preventive Surgeries Among Women Following in Wake of Genetic Cancer Testing
March 25, 2015 | via Centerpoint Medical Center
After testing positive for the BRCA gene in 2011, oncology nurse Kelly Boling at Research Medical Center – like Angelina Jolie - underwent a mastectomy and had her ovaries removed – a move that her doctor, Stephanie Graff, oncologist a HCA Midwest Health, says can reduce the risk of cancer by up to 85 percent. Read More

Preventive Surgeries Among Women Following in Wake of Genetic Cancer Testing
March 25, 2015 | via Belton Regional Medical Center
After testing positive for the BRCA gene in 2011, oncology nurse Kelly Boling at Research Medical Center – like Angelina Jolie - underwent a mastectomy and had her ovaries removed – a move that her doctor, Stephanie Graff, oncologist a HCA Midwest Health, says can reduce the risk of cancer by up to 85 percent. Read More

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