Treating cancer in ways others can't.
When you hear your cancer is considered inoperable or nothing more can be done, your world stops. You believe it's the end. We may have a different opinion.
Unparalleled expertise - in one place
It's different at Goshen. We approach cancer differently. We bring different skills, a different approach, different technologies and treatments to every patient we see.
Only at Goshen Center for Cancer Care can you find a level of expertise across cancer specialties that enables us to take on complex cases – cases no other cancer centers or hospitals in the region can treat. Here, we use aggressive approaches by surgical oncologists trained specifically in advanced procedures to save lives. With our approach, we can treat cancer even if it's on both sides of the liver or when it's in the lining of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum).
Maybe you've been told you have no more treatment options. Talk with our cancer experts. Find out if the advanced treatments found only at Goshen could help you.
We're the only cancer center in northern Indiana that performs staged liver resections. This multi-step process promotes regeneration of healthy liver tissue and allows surgical oncologists to remove cancer from one side of the liver at a time. Learn more
No other cancer center in our region removes cancer in the lining of the abdominal cavity by combining advanced surgical techniques with targeted drug infusions that minimize exposure to the rest of the body. Learn more
We pioneered a selective internal radiation therapy (SIRT) for cancer in the liver that can't be removed surgically. With this minimally invasive form of radiation, we use millions of microscopic radioactive beads, known as microspheres, to help destroy tumors from the inside out. Learn more
Few cancer centers in the country have highly skilled surgical oncologists expertly trained in minimally invasive thoracic surgery. Unlike conventional surgery, our surgical experts need only a few small incisions to accurately pinpoint and remove cancerous tissue of the esophagus. Learn more