Partners In Cancer Treatment – Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)

Life Credit Company (LCC) has partnered with Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), a national network of cancer hospitals providing personalized and integrative cancer treatment. CTCA® has a network of fully accredited cancer hospitals that have earned recognition for delivering high-quality care and exceeding patient safety standards by numerous renowned health care organizations, such as the Association of Community Cancer Centers, U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the Joint Commission and the American College of Radiology. Each hospital provides state-of-the-art cancer treatment by a dedicated team of oncologists, surgeons and other health experts. CTCA offers a welcoming environment, where patients and their family members can find comprehensive cancer care, all under one roof.

The CTCA difference

What makes Cancer Treatment Centers of America® unique CTCA was founded on the Mother Standard® of care, which empowers CTCA® health professionals to deliver the kind of care they would want their own mothers to receive. CTCA experts know that cancer patients want to be involved in the decisions that shape their care, and they want treatment options that incorporate the needs of the whole person—mind, body and spirit. At the same time, it supports patients with therapies to reduce side effects, boost their energy level and keep them strong during treatment.

Treatment Geared to Patient Needs

Each patient has a dedicated team of cancer experts. A care team resides in the same location, meets regularly about a patient’s personal treatment plan and collaborates to keep them strong throughout treatment. Its team of cancer experts includes physicians who specialize in treating cancer, including advanced stage and complex diagnoses; doctors who treat complications caused by cancer; and many other clinicians who support a patient’s quality of life throughout treatment.

 The Key to Personalized Care

At CTCA, health professionals take the time to get to know patients so that the staff better understands how they are feeling and what they’re experiencing. That helps doctors and staff to provide the most comprehensive, personalized care possible. They thoroughly review a patient’s medical records, history and exams and talk with them in detail about your diagnosis. They focus on working together with patients to find the most beneficial treatments. They listen to patient questions, clearly explain treatment options, then encourage patients to help make decisions about their treatment. If you or a loved one is dealing with a cancer diagnosis, please call (800) 931-9299 to speak to a CTCA Oncology Information Specialist, or go to cancercenter.com to learn more.