KHQ | KHQMD | Cancer Care Northwest | Spokane Valley, WA

Founded 40 years ago, Cancer Care Northwest is the only privately owned, fully integrated cancer center in the Inland Northwest and has grown into the region’s premier center for cancer care. While we have seen significant change over the last four decades, we have remained committed to our vision of becoming the region’s leading provider of integrated, comprehensive cancer care services. We are your destination for cancer care.

Why Cancer Care Northwest?

Our expert physicians, world-class treatment options and technology, comprehensive care model and local convenience qualify us to be your best choice for cancer care.

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How Cancer Care Northwest is Different

Cancer Care Northwest’s integrated team of cancer specialists offer a comprehensive treatment approach that is focused on caring for the whole person – body, mind and spirit. From financial and emotional support, to dietary consultations and clinical research, Cancer Care Northwest is committed to fighting your cancer and restoring hope..

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Our Mission, Vision and Values

Above all else, we are driven by four founding principles: comprehensive treatment, innovation, compassion and an integrated care model.

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Our Story

Founded nearly four decades ago, Cancer Care Northwest has grown from a one doctor clinic to a full servicing cancer center with 29 physicians, nine nurse practitioners and physician assistants and more than 250 support staff with arrangements to continue growing throughout Idaho, Montana and Washington, making Cancer Care Northwest the largest oncology practice in the region.

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  • A big thank you...

    Christa C. via Facebook
    A big thank you for the wonderful care and support from Dr Thumma, her staff, the entire lab staff, Chemo Nurses, receptionists...
  • I was here with my wife...

    Henry B. via Facebook
    I was here with my wife, Kathlern Singleton-Apel who had breast cancer. Fortunately she is currently in remission, thank God! I really can't...

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