From newborns to grandparents, we’re dedicated to caring for your entire family when you need it most.
We hold ourselves accountable to you – our community - and because of that we create and share a special report each year that summarizes the work we have done to continually enhance our quality care.
It’s easy to search our job listings to find the opportunity that’s right for you and apply online.
An important aspect of our commitment to compassionate care at Yuma Regional Medical Center is the effective management of any pain the patient is experiencing. Since pain is unique to each individual, the cancer care team at Yuma Regional Medical Center Cancer Center creates a personalized pain management plan for each patient. This plan may include medications and other therapies such as massage or acupuncture to make the patient as comfortable as possible.
We also offer palliative care which is designed to improve the quality of life for patients who have a serious disease such as cancer. The goal of palliative care is to address the symptoms and side effects of the disease and to meet the patient’s psychological, social and spiritual needs. Palliative care can be provided at any time during a patient’s cancer journey, from the time of diagnosis forward.
Our team uses leading-edge technology to diagnose and treat all types of cancer.
Massage therapy, nutritional services, and spiritual care are just a few of many supportive care services we offer our patients.
Our clinic provides survivors with a treatment plan targeting their future physical and emotional needs.
If you are experiencing worry, anxiety, sadness or other emotions, you don’t have to travel this journey alone. Caring, compassionate support is available from one of our trained and certified Chaplains.
Search our community calendar for a list of local support groups, including several cancer groups.
Our patients share words of inspiration, hope and support in these stories about living with cancer.
Creating a restorative, calming environment for cancer patients.
If you would like to help someone battling cancer, consider making a donation