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Tanner Cancer Care Promise

There is little more frightening than a diagnosis of cancer. If you have cancer, you want answers fast.

At Tanner, you get them in three days.

Our promise to you

A diagnosis of cancer leads to a lot of questions. One of the most important ones is: What’s next?

At Tanner Cancer Care, we promise to see newly diagnosed cancer patients quickly. Our specialists take the time to review your condition and explain your options.

That’s the Tanner Cancer Care Promise: Three days from diagnosis to treatment options.

The promise in action

It starts when we receive your doctor’s referral. Our cancer specialists review all your information, your diagnosis and your health history.

Then, we put together a plan. Our specialists come together, reviewing your case with experts from across Tanner Health System.

We’re all working toward the same goal: giving you the best possible outcome.

Learn more about the Tanner Cancer Care Promise

The Tanner Cancer Care Promise is our commitment to give you answers — and peace of mind — faster. Watch this video to learn more.

The Tanner Cancer Care difference

We may not be in a major city, but you won’t miss any treatment options because of our size.

At Tanner Cancer Care, you’ll get:

And you’ll have a team of cancer care specialists developing a personalized treatment plan for you within days — not weeks.


Treating you, not your cancer.

Effective cancer care treats the whole person — not just the disease. You’re not a number.

Unlike other cancer centers that operate for profit or in larger cities, our staff not only works in our community, they live here too.

You’re our neighbor, our friend, and we treat you like family.

Your personalized path to recovery begins with experts, including experienced surgery, oncology, hematology, radiology, nutrition, rehabilitation, patient navigation and nursing professionals. When necessary, our cancer team also may call in other specialists from our medical staff of more than 350 physicians representing more than 35 specialties.

And we're all working for you.

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