Our annual picnic will be July 14th at Squaw Creek Park. Current and former patients, family members and supporters are welcome. Register now for food and festivities!

What Sets Us Apart

Two words define our difference: Patients First.

Our Patients-First philosophy means you, your unique needs and your personal values come first. It’s your life, and you’re the most important partner in your care.

We see you as a whole person, not a diagnosis. We take care of you physically and emotionally, knowing that cancer hits hard in more ways than one. We respect that you have a full life and plans for the future.

At The Ghosh Center, you’re never alone on this journey. We’ll travel it with you, drawing on our expertise to equip you with information and options. You’ll gain understanding and confidence to make treatment choices that are right for you. If you need care from other specialists and centers, we’ll coordinate all referrals.

Once you decide on a course of action, we’ll help you get ready for treatment. Our PhaseOne “prehab” program takes place before treatment starts and supports you as you go. Our onsite medication dispensary saves you money and helps you conserve precious energy. Through every phase, your quality of life is our highest priority.

Unmatched Medical Expertise

Of course, the best treatment requires the best medical care. We’ve got that covered. The Ghosh Center ranks at the very top locally, regionally and nationally.

Learn how we measure up.

Patient Bill of Rights

In all aspects of our practice, we adhere to the Patient’s Bill of Rights, originally passed in 1997 by a Presidential Advisory Commission. This measure establishes a sound foundation for the quality of doctor-patient relationships, addresses patients’ rights to good care and obligates patients to take an active part in managing their own health.

As a patient, you have the right to:

  1. Understand your diagnosis and have this information explained to you in everyday language.
  2. Understand why tests, X-rays and procedures are ordered and how they are going to help you.
  3. Understand your options, benefits and risks explained in everyday language.
  4. Make the final decision regarding your care.
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