The Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global, Inc., or CTCA, is an entire network of five hospitals located the U.S. cities of Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Tulsa and Phoenix. The CTCA have joined forces with WebMD to help provide up-to-date information for cancer patients to learn more about their treatment options, diagnoses, therapeutics, coping strategies and caregiver support.
The CTCA offer a welcoming experience and complete care for their cancer patients. Their dedicated team of experienced clinicians will help each patient fight the disease physically and mentally. They practice an integrative approach for the treatment of cancer that focuses on creating therapies to enhance the patient’s strength, stamina and their overall well-being. All of their medical centers have advanced technologies and options for combating cancer that include: radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and immunotherapy. CTCA also provide a wide range of clinical trials that are supported by nation’s top scientist and medical researchers.
— CTCA (@CancerCenter) February 4, 2018
Founded in 1988 by Richard J. Stephenson, CTCA hospitals have continued to offer tailored treatment plans to millions of patients living with the disease. Mr. Stephenson had introduced an eye-opening and comprehensive way for clinical professionals to progressively care for their cancer patients during their treatment process. The organization’s headquarters are currently based in Boca Raton, Florida. On April 20, 2015, CTCA had opened their first international office for patient concierge and general info, it is currently located in a neighborhood in Mexico City. CTCA still offer help to cancer patients located in various countries and allow them to receive care in their hospitals in the U.S.