Lung cancer treatment at Wesley Medical Center

Commission on Cancer Accredited Program - A Quality Program of the American College of Surgeons

Through our Accredited Oncology Program, Wesley Medical Center provides comprehensive and innovative care for lung cancer, including screenings and advanced treatment options. Our team is committed to providing the highest quality of care and support for patients throughout their lung cancer journey.

We recognize that early detection is essential for the most successful outcome in lung cancer treatment, which is why we offer the Incidental Lung Nodule Program. Through this program, if a patient visits the Wesley Medical Center ER and has a computed tomography (CT) scan performed during his or her visit, we will evaluate the scan for lung nodules.

To learn more about screening options or to speak with a team member, please call (316) 962-6100.

Our location

Our oncology unit is in Tower A of Wesley Medical Center. While we have a few spaces for oncology patients, you can find more parking in the Visitors Garage, located at the corner of Hillside and Murdock streets.

About Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute

Wesley Medical Center is part of Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare. Our family of hospitals provides comprehensive cancer services with convenient access to cutting-edge therapies for people facing cancer in our communities. From diagnosis, to treatment and survivorship care, our oncology expertise ensures you have access to locally-trusted care with the support of a globally-recognized network.

askSARAH helpline

Have cancer questions? We can help. askSARAH is a dedicated helpline for your cancer-related questions. Our specially trained nurses are available 24/7, and all calls are confidential. Contact askSARAH at (316) 776-6470.

Lung cancer at Wesley Healthcare

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers in both men and women. Beginning as a growth of abnormal cells, the cancer grows to form a tumor, interfering with lung function. Lung cancer is treated through surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Those who smoke cigarettes have an increased risk for lung cancer.

Learn about Lung cancer