WHC's New Cancer and Neurosciences Center Opens to Patients
Woodland, CA, November 4, 2010 – Woodland Healthcare recently opened the Cancer and Neurosciences Center at 515 Fairchild Court in Woodland. Medical services relocating to the Cancer and Neurosciences Center include Hematology, Oncology, Neurology, Infusion Services and the Sleep Disorders Center.
Woodland’s Cancer Center is a part of the Mercy Cancer Institute and includes a multi-disciplinary team of cancer professionals who work closely to maximize effectiveness in treating the most complex cases. “Our commitment is to treat the whole person both medically and with compassion,” says Alborz Alali, MD, a board certified medical oncologist. Services provided in the Cancer Center include:
- Evaluation and treatment of anemia
- Diagnosis and treatment of cancer
- Evaluation and treatment of clotting disorders
- Outpatient blood transfusions and cancer treatment therapies
- Infusion Center for outpatient intravenous therapy
- Patient education and support groups.
The Neurosciences Center delivers expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders such as sleep disorders, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, brain tumor, migraine, Alzheimer’s disease, spinal disorders and neuromuscular diseases, peripheral nerve disorders and stroke. Woodland Healthcare is designated a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission, meaning a dedicated team ensures rapid response and follow up of stroke cases. As part of the Mercy Neurological Institute of Greater Sacramento, Woodland Healthcare’s Neurosciences Center has access to the latest treatments and ongoing research.
“It will be a pleasure to serve our patients in a brand new Cancer and Neurosciences Center,” says Richard Beyer, MD, Neurology. “Our new facility will now match the excellent care we deliver every day.”
For more information about the Woodland Healthcare Cancer and Neurosciences Center, or to find a doctor affiliated with Woodland Healthcare, call 530-668-2600.