What does hope feel like?

When a person is diagnosed with cancer, hope for their future can be just as important as the top-notch medical care provided for them at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center.

Patients in our cancer program feel hope when:

They see the welcoming smile of a volunteer who greets them.

The highly trained health care professionals who perform their diagnostic ests or administer their treatments do it efficiently and with compassion.

A multidisciplinary group of doctors works with nurses, social workers, pharmacists, dietitians and other members of the medical team to offer each patient an individualized treatment plan tailored to his needs.

They know the cancer program invests in new technology to offer some of the most advanced treatments.

They have access to new medications and therapies close to home by participating in research clinical trials.

The Diane & Dean Petitpren Resource Center is available to them and their loved ones for up-to-date cancer information from books, videotapes and the Internet.

The expertise of the medical team at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center and the effectiveness of its technology for diagnosis and treatment are available at two locations:

The Ted B. Wahby Cancer Center, 1080 Harrington, Mt. Clemens, Mich., 586-493-8000. The center at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center is part of the Great Lakes Cancer Institute, which is a McLaren Health service.

The Great Lakes Cancer Institute – Clarkston, on the campus of McLaren Health Care Village, 5680 Bow Point Drive, Clarkston, Mich., 248-992-6600.