Your First Visit

Caring Support During Your Cancer Journey

According to the American Cancer Society, there are now more than 13 million cancer survivors in the United States. That number is expected to grow to nearly 18 million by 2022. At Arlington Cancer Center, cancer survivorship starts at the time of disease diagnosis and continues throughout your life. We are here to help you live with cancer, live through cancer and live beyond cancer.

Our determination and support includes offering comprehensive services to you and your caregivers to help you cope with emotional, psychological and financial concerns during your cancer journey. Learn more about the resources we offer to cancer patients and what to expect with your first visit.

Taking Care of Your Caregivers

We understand that caregivers and loved ones play an important role in your treatment success, and often need support through this difficult time as well. Our staff is available to provide information, guidance and encouragement to those involved in your treatment process.

Our lobby areas are meant to be both welcoming and functional. We provide Wi-Fi services, along with complimentary beverages. Lite snacks and beverages are available in our infusion centers.

Our social worker can assist you and your caregivers in securing alternative transportation for you to and from appointments.