Our Comprehensive Cancer Services offer a full spectrum of cancer care to meet the needs of Clay County and the surrounding communities. Our program provides the personalized care of a community hospital with the advances of a respected teaching facility. By providing a complete continuum of care, patients receive full access to specialized clinical services within the hospital and nearby locations.

Education and screening programs (including genetic screening) are provided to promote awareness and early detection. The cancer program also delivers the most current diagnostic and treatment methods as well as support services to help meet the needs of patients and their families. Cancer treatment can be complicated, so you will see many different health care professionals throughout your diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. The members of your health care team are trained to provide you with the best treatments and services available. They are dedicated to your health and well-being.

Coordinated care is provided for each patient by our multidisciplinary team professionals who may be on your team:

  • Board certified physicians, including medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, radiologists and pathologists
  • Certified oncology and infusion nurses
  • Dedicated nurse managers and oncology educators
  • A Certified Nurse Navigator who helps guide patients through diagnosis, treatment, recovery and survivorship
  • Pharmacists with board certification in pharmacotherapy
  • Registered and certified radiology technicians and laboratory professionals
  • Registered dietitians
  • Licensed clinical social workers
  • Chaplains and volunteers

At Orange Park one hundred percent of our infusion program nursing staff is Oncology Nursing Certified.

Patient Services

Orange Park provides the latest advanced diagnostic and treatment technologies in one patient-centered location together with comprehensive supportive services, including:

  • Cancer screenings
  • Clinical trials
  • Genetic evaluation and counseling
  • Inpatient and outpatient psychosocial support
  • Lymphedema therapy
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Pain management
  • Palliative Care
  • Patient Navigation, which guides patients from pre-diagnosis through all phases of their treatment
  • Patient and family support groups
  • Patient education through lectures and seminars
  • Phlebotomy services
  • Psycho-social support
  • Rehabilitation