Oncology Services

"Every nurse did a great job. Thank you. We want to thank the hospital staff and nurses and doctors for taking good care of our mom during her stay. You all are the best. Thank you from her daughter. Her hospital room was kept clean every day. Thank you to all the cleaning ladies."

"I have been in and out 1st & 4th floors and you have the best care staff from your doc’s to your techs!  Everyone here is great and loves their jobs.  My room was always clean and your hospital is the 'BEST'."

"Commend entire staff in Tele/Onc for the superb care received as a patient this weekend.  We are a family of health care professional and feel honored for care and concern you exhibit to the patients."

As soon as you learn that you or a family member has cancer, the journey begins. The care and support you receive during your journey are important. They will help you cope with the challenges along the way.

Medical Center of Lewisville detects and treats all kinds of cancer. Our physicians and nurses are specialists in their fields. All of our physicians, surgeons, and other medical professionals are highly trained in the management and recognition of problems unique to cancer patients. Our staff is also specially trained to provide a calming and secure environment. In addition, our nurse to patient ratio allows us to provide close individualized care.

Our nurses are professionals who have completed cancer education and training. The oncology nursing team includes an Advanced Practice Nurse in Oncology, Oncology Certified Nurses (OCN), and registered nurses trained by the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) including an intensive two-day National Oncology Chemotherapy and Biotherapy course in the most up-to-date chemotherapy and biotherapy administration procedures, types of chemotherapy, as well symptom and pain management. Our team is prepared to offer the personalized and compassionate care you need.

We commit to providing high-quality care and personal attention to anticipate and meet your individual needs. For that reason, our approach is not one-sided. We pool our resources from several areas to have a multidisciplinary approach to patient care. Along with doctors and nurses, the team approach also includes dietitians, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists and a chaplain to help ensure that our patients and their families are as comfortable as possible. This team approach to your treatment helps provide strength while you and your family cope through your cancer journey.

Our services include:

Cancer Resource Center

Medical Center of Lewisville, in partnership with the American Cancer Society, is pleased to provide our patients and the local community access to our Cancer Resource Center. The Center, located near the front entrance of the hospital, provides information and direct assistance to cancer patients, their caregivers and families and the local community. 

The Cancer Resource Center is staffed by trained volunteers who are available to listen, support and educate. Volunteers are knowledgeable about American Cancer Society programs and available community resources for those in need of assistance.  Medical Center of Lewisville’s Cancer Resource Center will provide visitors with extensive literature about various types of cancers and support groups in the area as well as resources such as:

  • Wigs
  • Scarves
  • Hats
  • Mastectomy Bras
  • Comfort Pillows
  • Blankets
  • Medical Equipment
  • Extensive Literature on all types of Cancer
  • Reach to Recovery Program
  • “Look Good Feel Better” Program

The Cancer Resource Center is equipped with a computer to allow access for patients and community members to print cancer-specific information, nutrition guidance, details on various procedures and any other information a cancer patient could benefit from, including the latest news on cancer from the American Cancer Society website at

Medical Center of Lewisville recognizes the value of on-sight access to information and services, as well as the importance of having trained volunteers available to visit with patients and their families.  The Cancer Resource Center is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Volunteers are available additional hours by appointment. Anyone interested in learning more about cancer, in need of support, or interested in volunteering is encouraged to stop by the Cancer Resource Center or call 972.420.1544.

Look Good… Feel Better

Look Good… Feel Better is a free program sponsored by the American Cancer Society and Medical Center of Lewisville that teaches beauty techniques to female cancer patients in active treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. There will be trained, volunteer cosmetologists to teach women how to cope with skin changes and hair loss using cosmetics and skin care products donated by the cosmetic industry. The free cosmetic kits are available in light, medium, dark and extra dark shades to enhance all complexion types. Women also learn ways to disguise hair loss with wigs, scarves and other accessories.

The group meets from 6:00 - 7:30pm in the 4th floor conference room of the main patient tower. Meeting dates for 2011 are January 24th, April 18th, July 18th, and October 17th. For more information, please call 972.420.1095.

Cancer Care Resources

American Brain Tumor Association

American Lung Association

Association of Cancer Online Resources
Online resource listing for those affected by cancer and related disorders.


Bridge of Blessings
Bridge of Blessings is to provides temporary financial assistance to qualified individuals in the North Texas are who are undergoing treatment for breast, ovarian, uterine or endometrial cancer.

Care at the End of Life

Clinical Trials
National Institute of Health

Kidney Cancer Association

North Texas Prostrate Cancer Coalition

Sisters Networking Group – Dallas
An African American networking group for women who are breast cancer survivors.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure© Grants Program
Since 1982, Susan G. Komen for the Cure© has supported virtually every major advance in breast cancer research over the past 25 years.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services.

Transportation (Air)
Charitable groups that arrange to fly medical patients.