The US Oncology Network is one of the largest community-based networks of doctors and practices in the country focused on cancer treatment and research. Each year, the approximately 1,000 physicians in The Network touch the lives of more than 750,000 cancer patients in more than 350 locations and over 75 integrated cancer centers throughout the United States.
A pioneering, integrated approach to cancer care means that each patient’s cancer care team — medical oncologist, radiation oncologist and surgeon — collaborates to ensure delivery of the highest-quality and most advanced care to patients in the communities where they live.
Patients respond best to treatment when they receive integrated care close to home, relying on the support of family and friends and keeping their daily routines throughout the treatment process.
World-Class Resources — Innovative Treatment
To ensure that your patients receive the most advanced care possible, we are driving innovation across all phases of the cancer care research and delivery system. When a physician in your community is part of The US Oncology Network, he or she has access to the expertise and resources typically only found in major academic medical centers, including:
Proven Treatment Plans
Level I Pathways are our evidence-based treatment guidelines developed by oncologists in The Network to help direct treatment decisions toward precise, clinically proven options. These proven treatment guidelines help affiliated physicians provide the most effective care for specific diseases.
Access to Clinical Trials
Patients can participate in world-class clinical trials in the comfort of their own communities. US Oncology Research brings academic-level research to patients throughout the nation. US Oncology Research has 85 affiliated research sites across the country.
The Oncology Portal and its eTumor Boards provide physicians with access to the collective knowledge of cancer care experts across The Network. This unprecedented sharing of expertise means your patients benefit from the knowledge and experience of the approximately 1,000 oncologists across the nation.
Cancer Drug Management
McKesson Specialty Health’s state-of-the-art drug-distribution center ensures the safety and authenticity of the cancer pharmaceuticals patients receive while providing the flexibility and efficiency our affiliated practices require.
Advanced Hematology Services
For patients with blood disorders, including blood cancers, practices in The Network provide comprehensive hematology services, including diagnosis, treatment and access to hematology-focused clinical trials.
When we say we are committed to community-based care, we mean it. With more than 350 locations across the country, including 75 integrated cancer centers, patients don’t have to travel far from home to get the high-quality care they need to fight their cancer. They can stay near their family and friends — and you — and keep to their daily routines as much as possible.
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Our Find a Physician tool lets you search our network for doctors and practices that are in or near your community. Want to find out if a physician you know is in The US Oncology Network? You can also search by physician name.