Tarrant County Cancer Care Centers

Ranked by number of 2007 patient visits
Company Address City Postal Code Phone Fax Rank Web site The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Fort Worth 800 W. Magnolia Ave. Fort Worth 76104 817-759-7000 817-759-7027 thecentertx.com No. of Patient Visits 2007 No. of Total Employees No. of Physicians Top Local Executive Year Established

Insurance Plans Accepted

Types of Treatments Administered

1

241,589

130 16

William M. Jordan, president 1994

Most insurance accepted

Medical oncology, radiation oncology, MammoSite, prostate seed implantation, hematology, CyberKnife, brachytherapy and holistic/complementary therapy

2

Texas Oncology 1450 Eighth Ave. Fort Worth 76104 817-923-7393 817-927-6302 texasoncology.com

93,000

191 22

Allen Weikel, executive director 1979

All major plans, Medicare and Medicaid

Chemotherapy, radiation oncology, pediatric radiation, bone marrow transplant consultations, stereotactic radio-surgery, total body irradiation, prostate seed implants, high dose rate brachytherapy, CT, PET/CT, X-ray, mammosite and clinical research

3

Baylor All Saints Medical Center 1400 Eighth Ave. Fort Worth 76104 817-926-7655 DND baylorhealth.com

82,635

2,111 990

Steven R. Newton, president 1906

Most major plans

Oncology services include chemotherapy, radiation, social services and other inpatient and outpatient services; outpatient infusion services and 24/7 emergency-care unit

4

Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, Klabzuba Cancer Center 1300 W. Terrell Ave. Fort Worth 76104 817-820-4848 817-820-4719 texashealth.org/hmfw/cancer

31,700

91 53

Oscar L. Amparan, president 1996

Prevention and early detection education and services on campus and on mobile health units, Cancer Resource Library (consumer), mammograms, chemotherapy, biotherapy, blood transfusions, diagnostic All major plans, Medicare and Medicaid procedures, stereotactic CyberKnife, osteoporosis and geneticimaging and risk evaluation, skin cancer screenings, palliative care services, lymphedema therapy, therapeutic massage and clinical aromatherapy Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Amerigroup, Beech Street, Coastal Comp Health, Cook Children's Health Plan, Galaxy Health Network, Health Smart, Interplan, JPS Preferred Care, Multiplan, Medicare, Medicaid, Pacificare, Pro Net, Secure Horizons, Texas True Choice, Tricare, United Healthcare and USAMCO

5

JPS Center for Cancer Care 601 W. Terrell Ave. Fort Worth 76104 817-852-8300 817-852-8322 jpshealthnet.org

29,000

59 4

A. R. Threet, administrator 1998

Medical oncology/hematology, including chemotherapy; radiation therapy via Varian iX-21 linear accelerator with 120 multi-leaf beam shaper and onboard imaging; hormonal therapy, immunotherapy, clinical research, pain/palliative care, referrals to hospice care and other needed therapies

6

Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth 900 Eighth Ave. Fort Worth 76104 817-336-2100 817-347-5796 plazamedicalcenter.com

15,541

1,200 730

Troy A. Villarreal, president and CEO 1976

All major plans

Inpatient and outpatient cancer care, specializing in lung, prostate and colon cancer; chemotherapy, IVIG and blood products; outpatient procedures room for bone marrow aspirations or other treatments; the only 24/7 outpatient chemotherapy center in Tarrant County

7

Cook Children's Hematology & Oncology Center 901 Seventh Ave., Ste. 220 Fort Worth 76104 682-885-4007 682-885-3914 cookchildrens.org

12,993

31 11

Gretchen Eames, medical director 1979

More than 30 plans accepted

Program specializes in many childhood illnesses, including leukemia, brain and other solid tumors, sickle-cell anemia, hemophilia, acute and chronic hematologic disorders, and bone marrow transplant program

8

Moncrief Cancer Resources 1701 River Run Road, Ste. 500 Fort Worth 76107 817-838-4860 817-924-0789 moncrief.com

8,226

27 1

Lori Drew, executive director 1958

Majority of services are complimentary; major insurance plans accepted

Comprehensive prevention, early detection and support services for cancer patients and their families; social and nutritional services, genetic risk assessment and counseling, financial advocate, transportation, therapeutic massage, mobile mammography screenings and education programs

9

Southlake Oncology 1545 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 280 Southlake 76092 817-416-0202 817-886-2603 southlakeoncology.com

5,000

15 3

Heidi A. Jordan, executive director 2005

All commercial plans as well as Medicare

State-of-the-art, comprehensive care and nutritional/supportive care

10

Arlington Memorial Hospital Oncology Care Unit 800 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington 76022 817-548-6100 DND texashealth.org/amh

4,365

57 13

Kirk King 1958

United Healthcare, AETNA, Cigna and Blue Cross Blue Shield

Surgical care, chemotherapy, high-dose chemotherapy, biotherapy, blood transfusions, neutropenic support, pain management and radiation therapy

11

Cancer Care Services 623 S. Henderson St. Fort Worth 76104 817-921-0653 817-921-1701 cancercareservices.org

3,739

19 0

Craig Schaefer, executive director 1946

NA

Transportation assistance, food supplements, counseling, COBRA payments, medications, art/play therapy, equipment/supplies and support groups, yoga, massage, case management, Bible studies, movie nights, holiday parties, family activities and home visits

12

Harris Methodist HEB Hospital Oncology Care Unit 1600 Hospital Parkway Bedford 76022 817-685-4000 DND texashealth.org/hmheb

540

27 24

Deborah Paganelli, president 1973

United Healthcare, AETNA, Cigna and Blue Cross Blue Shield

Surgical care, chemotherapy, high-dose chemotherapy, biotherapy, radiation therapy, blood transfusions, neutropenic support and pain management

NOTES: DND - Did not disclose Source: Participating care centers To be included on this list, contact listresearch@bizpress.net.

RESEARCHER: Mary Kennan

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