Texas Oncology-Amarillo Cancer Center
At Texas Oncology-Amarillo Cancer Center, we help patients fight cancer in a state-of-the-art, supportive environment. Our patients have access to leading-edge technologies and treatments, and the latest research advances through clinical trials.
Texas Oncology physicians offer high-quality cancer care in a convenient community setting, and the Amarillo practice includes specialists focused on hematology, medical oncology, and radiation oncology.
In 2011, Texas Oncology-Amarillo Cancer Center celebrates its fifth anniversary, in conjunction with Texas Oncology’s 25th anniversary.
Our acclaimed staff of medical professionals provides patients with the most advanced, patient-friendly cancer treatment and cancer care available. We deliver all services with a level of personalized care and convenience not typically found in large metropolitan facilities.
Enhanced Treatment and Patient Services
As a comprehensive cancer center, Texas Oncology-Amarillo Cancer Center treats all types of cancer, from the most prevalent forms such as breast, prostate, skin, and lung to blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma. Best-in-class cancer treatments offered at the facility include radiation oncology technologies such as SRS, IGRT, IMRT, and 3D conformal radiotherapy, among others. We also offer genetic testing through the Genetic Risk Evaluation And Testing Program.
Beyond expert medical care, patients have access to on-site diagnostic capabilities, such as PET/CT, pharmacy, and lab services. In addition, our support services team is committed to addressing the needs of our patients during their cancer treatment.
Innovative Research and Clinical Trials
Texas Oncology-Amarillo Cancer Center patients have access to research that expands and enhances treatment options. This includes some of the most promising national clinical trials for a broad range of cancers. Through its affiliation with US Oncology and the US Oncology Research network, Texas Oncology participates in innovative clinical trials from Phase I through Phase IV, and has played a role in the development of 46 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved cancer therapies. For more information about clinical trials, click here.
If you are a newly-diagnosed patient, our website offers important resources. The reference area details the types of cancer treatments available for many types of cancer. You’ll also find a glossary of cancer terms and a helpful video about what to expect during chemotherapy.
View Texas Oncology-Amarillo Cancer Center Fact Sheet