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Treatment Options & Facilities

Outpatient Oncology Department

This unit provides a comfortable, therapeutic environment where patients can receive chemotherapy, biotherapy and blood component therapy. Comprehensive, high quality patient care is provided by Oncology Certified and Advanced Oncology Certified Nurses.

Inpatient Care

Montplaisir is a nursing unit dedicated to patients requiring admission for any aspect of cancer care.

Surgery for Cancer

Sturdy Memorial surgeons are experienced in treating tumors of lung, breast, skin, genitourinary, gynecologic, and gastrointestinal systems, as well as head and neck. Diagnostic procedures such as specialized biopsies, CT, ultrasound, and MRI are used to determine the extent of the disease prior to surgery and treatment.

Cancer Screenings

The Hospital offers regular screenings throughout the year, including screening for cervical, colorectal, prostate, skin and breast cancer. To view upcoming screenings, please click here.


Our state-of-the-art Center provides a private environment for women. The staff are sensitive to the medical and emotional needs of women, and stress the importance of regular mammograms for all patients. The Center is accredited by the American College of Radiology.

Cancer Rehabilitation

Helping to mitigate the adverse effects of cancer and aggressive treatments is cancer rehabilitation, an integral piece of the cancer care continuum. The Oncology Department at Sturdy Memorial offers its Cancer Rehabilitation Program, a hospital-wide, multidisciplinary, rehabilitation program that supports patients living with cancer or in remission. It involves services such as physical therapy; occupational therapy, including lymphedema treatments; speech therapy; nutrition; mental health counseling; wellness, pulmonary, and cardiac rehabilitation programs; and social services. These services help improve cancer treatment side effects including fatigue, malignant and nonmalignant pain, deconditioning, loss of range of motion, reduced physical strength, and lymphedema, which is swelling in the arms or legs due to lymph node removal as a part of cancer treatment to restore quality of life. For more information, call 508-236-7010 or 508-236-7012.

Look Good, Feel Better

The Look Good, Feel better program helps women undergoing cancer treatment adjust to changes in their appearance due to chemotherapy and radiation. Offered four times a year, the program is a collaborative effort of the American Cancer Society, the Cosmetic Toiletry & Fragrance Association, and Sturdy Memorial Hospital. For more information, please call 508-236-7015.

Brigham and Women's/Sturdy Memorial Radiation Oncology Center