The WVCI Foundation was founded to serve cancer patients of this geographical area in two ways, with financial assistance and ongoing education and support services. It originated from an unprompted gift from a grateful cancer survivor who wanted to help future cancer patients. Read more.
It sometimes takes patients a moment to realize that they are not dealing with the same person when they've been working with registered nurse Courtney, a WVCI employee for the past two years, and then see her sister, Katie, also a registered nurse, who joined WVCI a little over a month ago. Read more.
Clinical trials overseen by hematologist oncologist Dr. Jeff Sharman at Willamette Valley Cancer Institute and Research Center (WVCI) contributed to FDA approval of a breakthrough drug for chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), a blood and bone marrow disease. Read more.
At Willamette Valley Cancer Institute and Research Center, we believe you are your best advocate, which includes access, through the patient portal, to the information you need to help you throughout your treatment process. The patient portal, instituted last year, can improve your care experience. Read more.
With a full-service, on-site laboratory at Willamette Valley Cancer Institute and Research Center, both patients and staff benefit. Patients get quick results from lab tests that WVCI doctors use in real time, while lab staff gets the satisfaction of knowing that their team effort is making a real difference. Read more.