New Patient-Centered Environment
The new McLeod Center for Cancer Treatment and Research consolidates diagnosis, treatment, recovery and rehabilitation resources in one place.
Patients will find Infusion Services (such as chemotherapy), Radiation Oncology and their cancer specialists all in the new Center.
McLeod physicians annually diagnose more than 1300 new cases of cancer in the region.
At the McLeod Cancer Center for Treatment and Research, we not only treat the patient and family after diagnosis of cancer, but we also work to prevent the disease through education, prevention, detection, and screening programs.
Centered in one Place for Patients and Families.
Patients receiving chemotherapy on the first floor may view the healing garden enclosed by a water wall of tranquility. The hallway connects the Cancer Center to the McLeod Tower to help patients and visitors more easily find the library, pharmacy, the spa and boutique.
SRS – Better, More Targeted Radiation Therapy
McLeod offers patients the latest technology in treatment with installation of a new "super" linear accelerator specifically designed for Stereotactic RadioSurgery. SRS will enable fewer treatments and less harm of damage to healthy tissue, thanks to computer-guided multiple beams.
Navigators – Friend, Advocate, Guide
Oncology Navigators are available to guide patients from their first diagnosis through appointments and follow ups for surgery and treatment. Navigators answer patient’s questions vand ensure patients find the resources they need in McLeod or the community.
Accreditation Demonstrates Our Commitment to Quality & Safety
McLeod remains the only “Comprehensive Community Cancer Program” in the region accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer.
The McLeod Breast Health Center is the only breast cancer program in the region to be recognized by the prestigious National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), a sign of quality care for breast cancer patients.
The McLeod Radiation Oncology Department has earned accreditation from the American College of Radiology (ACR) for its dedication to quality and safety. McLeod is one of only seven ACR-accredited Radiation Oncology centers in South Carolina.