I am proud to announce that I have formally partnered with Highlands Oncology Group, Northwest Arkansas' premier cancer treatment center. To better serve my patients, comprehensive oncologic care will now be provided under one roof, giving you greater access to world-class treatment in one convenient location. By partnering with the Highlands Oncology Group's experienced team of board certified physicians and nurses, you will be provided the convenience of on-site chemotherapy, radiation therapy, diagnostic imaging, lab testing, clinical trials, retail pharmacy, cafe, chaplain and other support services. Effective July 1, 2013, Ivy Women's Cancer Care will be conveniently located in the Highlands Cancer Center building at 808 South 52nd Street in Rogers.
Ivy Women's Cancer Care of Northwest Arkansas specializes in treating cancers of the vagina, cervix, uterus, ovaries, vulva and fallopian tubes. In addition to ovarian cancer screenings, we also offer preventative surgical treatment for women at high risk, including women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations as well as hormone receptor-positive breast cancer.
Our goal is to complement good medicine with the highest standard of care. We want your experience in our care to be as positive as possible. Dr. Joseph Ivy works closely with medical oncologists, radiologists, radiation oncologists, and social workers to develop and carry out a treatment plan that delivers the best possible outcome for you and your family.
We pride ourself on being able to provide the most advanced medical care and technology available. As a patient of Dr. Ivy, you will have access to the most current medical and surgical therapies available in the US today. One clear example is the use of the da Vinci® Surgical System to perform gynecologic surgery.
What once required large abdominal incisions and lengthy hospital stays can now be accomplished using minimally invasive techniques that only require overnight hospital stays. We are the only center to offer this service in Northwest Arkansas, and also serve many patients from Northeastern Oklahoma, Southwestern Missouri and Southeastern Kansas.