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Cancer Center at CHRISTUS St. Michael

Cancer Center Pond

W. Temple Webber Cancer Center

Located in the CHRISTUS St. Michael Professional Office Building
2604 St. Michael Drive, Texarkana, Texas Click here for a campus map.
Contact us: 903-614-2106.

Medical Director: J. D. Patel, M.D.

The professional staff of CHRISTUS
St. Michael W. Temple Webber Cancer Center takes great pride in making your experience and time spent with us as pleasant as possible.

Our Patient Information Handbook provides you with complete information about our services and what you can expect from us as you begin and go through cancer care services.

commission on cancerAs the only fully accredited cancer program in the region, you are provided with an individualized admissions process, experienced and dedicated social workers, a Resource Library, and supportive services that treat you as a whole person.

Helping you "navigate" through the entire health care system today as a cancer patient and in the future as a survivor is one way we carry out Our Mission: To Extend the Healing Ministry of Jesus Christ.

Early detection and preventative cancer screenings are provided, as well as support groups for patients and families.

Radiation Therapy, a type of cancer treatment, is administered under the direction of Howard Morris, M.D. Dr. Morris is board certified in both Radiation Oncology and Emergency Medicine. The Outpatient Chemotherapy Department is staffed with Oncology Certified Nurses. 

Cancer information is available in our American Cancer Society Information Resource Center. Staffed by volunteers and open to the public from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, the resource center is available to those seeking the latest in cancer information.

The Texarkana Community Needs Assessment Committee is pleased to present their 2012 Community Needs Assessment. The Committee works to identify the needs of the population in regards to cancer care, to improve the cancer health disparities, and to identify gaps in the resources available to the cancer patients in our community.

 

Comprehensive Services at the Cancer Center

  • Radiation Therapy and Oncology-related services 
  • Inpatient and Outpatient Cancer Care
  • Clinical Social Workers to assist with:
        Breast & Cervical Cancer Outreach Program
        Breast Care Patient Navigation
        Nutritional Counseling
  • Chemotherapy and other infusion services, such as blood transfusions and IV medications
  • Cancer risk assessment and genetic testing for hereditary cancer syndromes

 

Technology includes:

 Support Groups:

  • Breast Cancer Support Group meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m.
  • Look Good, Feel Better - American Cancer Society program

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