Choosing the Duly Health and Care Integrated Oncology Program
At Duly Health and Care, we understand that a cancer diagnosis can be difficult and cause feelings of uncertainty. Our Integrated Oncology Program is here to guide you every step of the way; from diagnosis to treatment through survivorship.
Our team of highly-skilled physicians and support staff collaborate with one another to provide you with a personalized treatment plan using the latest techniques and technology available. We are committed to bringing comprehensive, university-level cancer care to the suburbs. This allows you to complete your treatments where you feel the most supported, close to home.
Our Integrated Oncology Program is led by a team of highly-skilled medical and radiation oncology physicians, who partner with specialists including dermatologists, endocrinologists, gastroenterologists, gynecologists, otolaryngologists, pathologists, plastic surgeons, radiologists, pulmonologists, surgeons and urologists to treat a broad range of cancers. The physicians also work closely with dedicated nurse navigators social workers and other healthcare professionals to provide a seamless patient experience.
Through our partnerships with organizations such as Rush University Medical Center and the American Cancer Society, patients have access to the latest clinical trials and treatments as well other support services that may be needed during treatment.
Cancer-related services are offered at several of our locations throughout the Chicagoland suburbs, with the program’s main hub located at our Lisle Medical Office Building. For added convenience, many of our offices also offer on-site lab and radiology services as well as a full-service pharmacy.
In 2015, Duly Health and Care’s Integrated Oncology Program was awarded a nationally-recognized accreditation based on our continued commitment to quality, access and exceptional patient outcomes. In 2019, following an extensive re-accreditation process, we are proud to still be the only accredited Freestanding Cancer Center in Illinois, a distinction awarded by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons.
This accomplishment affirms that high-quality cancer care is being provided at Duly, while providing the framework to continue to improve quality of patient care through various cancer-related programs focused on the full continuum of cancer care.