Find a Doctor
Heart & Vascular
Online Doctor Visits
Pregnancy, Labor and Birth
Urgent & Immediate Care
Classes & Events
VIEW ALL DEPARTMENTS >
Providence Centralia Hospital
Providence St. Joseph's Hospital
Providence Mount Carmel Hospital
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
Providence St. Peter Hospital
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center
Sacred Heart Children's Hospital
Providence Holy Family Hospital
Providence St. Mary Medical Center
PRIMARY CARE CLINICS
ONLINE DOCTOR VISITS
SKILLED NURSING/TRANSITIONAL CARE
SPECIALTY CARE CLINICS
URGENT AND IMMEDIATE CARE
VIEW ALL LOCATIONS
Classes & Resources
Classes, Events, Groups
Health Risk Assessment
In this section (+)
Brain Tumor Treatment
Providence provides the diagnosis and treatment of malignant and non-malignant brain tumors. Each of our surgeons brings to the practice years of training and experience in all types of primary, metastatic and pituitary tumors, and knowledge of the latest, most advanced treatment modalities.
Breast Cancer Services
If you receive a breast cancer diagnosis, a team of compassionate cancer specialists will work together to give you the most effective treatment.
In recognition of the emotional and life challenges caused by cancer, Providence offers services to help address the needs of cancer patients and their caregivers.
Cancer Genetic Counseling and Testing
Providence provides genetic counseling and testing to both cancer patients and others concerned about their genetic health history. Genetic testing and counseling provide information and guidance to help people understand their risk for hereditary conditions, including specific cancers.
Cancer rehabilitation helps reduce the effects of the treatments and aids recovery. It can improve your mobility and strength, reduce pain and fatigue, decrease swelling, and improve the quality of your tissue.
Through clinical trials, doctors determine whether new treatments are safe and effective and work better than current treatments. Clinical trials also help us find new ways to prevent and detect cancer. And they help us improve the quality of life for people during and after treatment.
Cancer Screening and Diagnosis
Screening for cancer is important because it can help doctors find and treat several types of cancer early. Early detection is important because when cancer is found early, it may be easier to treat.
Chemotherapy (chemo) uses medicine to destroy cancer cells. Most chemotherapy medications are given intravenously and may include daily, weekly, or even monthly treatments. Other forms of chemotherapy could be an injection into a specific part of your body, a pill or liquid that you swallow or even a cream that is rubbed on your skin.
Colorectal Cancer Treatment
Most colon and rectal cancers develop from a single cell in the lining of the bowel. The cells multiply and develop into a non-cancerous (benign) growth, called a “polyp.” As the polyp grows, it might become cancerous, with the potential to invade through the rectal wall or spread to other parts of the body.
Liver and Pancreas Cancer Treatment
We strive to provide a comprehensive approach to evaluate, counsel and treat patients with liver and pancreatic cancer and other major conditions.
Lung Cancer Treatment
Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with lung cancer, learned you have recurrent lung cancer or would like to get a second opinion, lung cancer specialists at Providence provide the personalized treatment you need.
The Neuro-oncology program at Providence treats patients with cancers of the central nervous system, including brain and spine tumors
One out of every six American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. It’s the most common cancer in men. When detected early, the disease is easily curable.
Radiation therapy used high-energy radiation to destroy the cancer cells' ability to divide and multiply. It can precisely target specific tumors without damaging the surrounding tissue. Radiation oncologists are the specialized physicians who treat patients needing radiation therapy.
The survivorship program aims to help patients with the transition out of acute cancer care to follow-up and beyond. The members of the cancer team will continue to follow patients, but the survivorship program will help patients move back to their primary care providers for general medical care.
Tumor Review Board
A tumor review board is a multispecialty group of health care providers who meet to review and discuss diagnostic information and medical treatment options for our patients with cancer.