Miami Cancer Center

The Miami Cancer Center at Mercy Hospital provides advanced cancer treatments in an environment that is both state-of-the-art and compassionate. We offer extensive education, special programs, surgical services, and rehabilitative programs to meet patients’ needs before, during and after treatment.

Oncology Services

The Miami Cancer Center at Mercy Hospital is committed to provide a broad spectrum of services.

Radiation Oncology Department

Mercy Hospital’s Radiation Oncology Department continues to be at the forefront of cutting-edge technology. We offer every modality of Radiation Therapy including Image Guided Radiation Therapy/Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IGRT/IMRT) and High Dose Rate Brachytherapy (HDR). The Radiation Oncology Department continues its research efforts through its involvement with the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group (RTOG).

Radiology Department

The Radiology Department is a comprehensive diagnostic and interventional radiology facility staffed by affiliated board certified radiologists providing a full range of imaging services. The mammography center is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR).

Pathology Department

The Pathology Department offers definitive tissue-diagnostic support services for cancer patients, including classification and pathologic AJCC staging of malignant neoplasias.

For more information on The Miami Cancer Center, please call (305) 285-2195.

Sarcoma Treatment Program

Mercy Hospital is one of the few hospitals in Florida that offers innovative, advanced orthopedic oncology services for sarcomas. A sarcoma is a malignancy, or cancer, of connective or supportive tissue in the body. A sarcoma can develop in bone, muscle, ligaments, tendons, nerves, fatty tissue or other locations. Fellowship-trained orthopedic oncologists experienced in treating bone and soft tissue tumors are conveniently located on campus. Our surgeons use cutting-edge techniques and treatments to effectively treat tumors, with an emphasis on limb sparing surgery. The clinicians at Mercy Hospital take a comprehensive, team-based approach to cancer care. We place the patient at the center of care and create an individualized plan that promotes healing.

Coordinating care for a loved with one cancer can be difficult. The sarcoma program has a Nurse Navigator dedicated to helping sarcoma patients and their families have a seamless treatment experience. A Nurse Navigator supports patients:

  • At the time of diagnosis
  • With appointment scheduling between specialists
  • In preparation for and after surgery
  • With follow-up appointments and survivorship

For more information about the Sarcoma Treatment Program at Mercy Hospital, please call (305) 285-5025.

Lymphedema Program

The Kohly Center for Outpatient Rehabilitation at Mercy Hospital offers a lymphedema program for patients suffering from primary and secondary lymphatic obstruction. Our staff uses Complex Decongestive Therapy (CDT) combined with physical therapy work to reduce the size of the involved limb and help patients gain functional independence to lead more productive lives. The Kohly Center is a member of the National Lymphedema Network. Post-lymphedema management program is also available.

For more information on the Lymphedema program, please call (305) 285-2966.