Cancer Care

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Connected care. Close to home.

Cancer is a disease in which the body's abnormal cells multiply at a higher than normal rate. These cells spread to one or more parts of the body, sometimes causing the development of masses and tumors. The KCH Cancer Care Center facility in Warsaw combines cancer treatment technology with oncology specialists to deliver care and support to cancer patients and their families.

To learn more about the KCH Cancer Care Center, speak with a nurse navigator or to schedule an appointment, please call (574) 372-3800.

The Cancer Care Center now includes enhanced access to the Lutheran Cancer Center in Fort Wayne. With the same medical oncology and radiation oncology physicians as Lutheran Hospital now serving the Warsaw community, patients and their families have access to a care team that works together to deliver innovative and high-tech cancer treatments and support.

Our team features:

  • Experienced board-certified medical oncology and radiation oncology specialists
  • Modern radiation therapy techniques
  • Sophisticated equipment
  • Extensive patient and family support via our Patient Navigator Program
  • The convenience of care within your community
  • Patient-specific treatment plans

GE Healthcare's Discovery™ IQ  PET/CT system
Our team is consistently finding ways to help doctors better understand, track and treat cancer patients. The GE Healthcare's Discovery™ IQ PET/CT system, is the most sensitive cancer imaging system on the market. Kosciusko Community Hospital clinicians can pinpoint small tumors and lesions due to the high sensitivity of the PET technology.

LINAC
TrueBeam technology was developed to deliver powerful cancer treatments with pinpoint accuracy and precision. TrueBeam opens the door to new possibilities for the treatment of challenging cases such as cancers in the lung, breast, abdomen, and head and neck as well as other cancers that are treatable with radiotherapy.

Independent of the medical staff of Kosciusko Community and Lutheran hospitals.