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Hot Springs Cancer Center Accredited by National Organization


A Hot Springs health center has been accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer.

The CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Cancer Center received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Cancer, which recognizes excellence in patient care. During the accreditation process, the commission determined that the CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Cancer Center met 34 of the commission’s quality care standards.

“The Cancer Center at CHISt.VincentHot Springs continually strives to improve patient outcomes and experiences. We work with our patients as they battle to overcome cancer and support them as cancer survivors,” said Dr. Doug Ross, president of CHI St. VincentHot Springs. “This accreditation reaffirms our ongoing commitment to quality and compassionate care for our community in Southwest Arkansas.”

The Hot Springs cancer center, which measures 27,500 square foot, offers a range of health care services, from radiation therapy services, consultations, physician offices, chemotherapy, community education rooms for classes or support groupsand more.

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