Miami Valley Hospital’s Cancer Program offers the Dayton area comprehensive cancer care.
Miami Valley Hospital is recognized as a leader in cancer care in Dayton, and the surrounding region. The comprehensive cancer care team provides high-quality care and services for cancer patients and their families.
The Cancer Program at Miami Valley Hospital offers specialized services like the Gynecologic Oncology Center, which specializes in the care and treatment of women with gynecologic cancers, and the region’s only blood and marrow transplant program with a dedicated Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit and staff.
In June 2009, Miami Valley Hospital opened the High Risk Breast Cancer Center at Miami Valley Hospital South in Centerville. The center provides comprehensive care to women with increased risk for developing breast cancer, as well as a dedicated oncology genetic counselor. In 2013, Miami Valley Hospital opened a Comprehensive Cancer Center at Miami Valley Hospital South in Centerville. This center brings together all the resources for fighting many types of cancer.
Miami Valley Hospital partners with the American Cancer Society, Premier Community Health, Dayton Clinical Oncology Program, Miami Valley Hospital Foundation, Hospice of Dayton and Wright State University to bring cancer services to the community.
Combining Advanced Local Cancer Care with World-Renowned Expertise
Premier Health is a certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center. Premier Health’s collaboration with the network allows us to combine the best of what we provide locally with the expertise of one of the nation’s leading cancer centers, so we can better serve you. Learn More.
Premier Health Cancer Hotline
The Premier Health cancer hotline is your one stop link to the answers you need about cancer services across the region, including those about our collaboration with MD Anderson Cancer Network. To connect with a Premier Health cancer specialist, call (844) 316-HOPE (4673) Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Content Updated: May 19, 2016