Queen of the Valley Medical Center has been serving Napa Valley residents since being founded in 1958. Our staff is highly trained and is of the highest caliber – led by award-winning physicians and nurses. We are backed by cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art facilities, which when paired with our distinguished doctors, allows us to provide the best possible medical care close to home.
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1000 Trancas Street
Napa, CA 94558
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Since the 1950s, Queen of the Valley Medical Center has been committed to treating and healing cancer patients throughout the Napa Valley community. We provide a complete range of cancer prevention, diagnostic care, and a wide array of the latest treatment, rehabilitation, and support options.
Some of our services include:
We take a proactive approach to modern medicine. We find ways to create an individualized treatment program that can effectively detect, address, or treat various forms of cancer. Additionally, each of our hospital's cancer care specialists and affiliated cancer programs provide patients with the support that is needed to help patients move forward in health and happiness for years to come.
Cancer Center Operation Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8 AM - 5 PM
Synergy Wellness Center
Cancer Wellness Program
The American College of Surgeons (ACS) surveys hospitals and cancer treatment centers nationwide and approves only those that meet its strict criteria for staffing, services and education. The Queen of the Valley Cancer Center has earned two prestigious awards from the ACS, including:
We are confident that we possess the expert ability and distinction to help increase survivorship in cancer patients in our community. Below, we we have detailed the awards and distinctions we have achieved at Queen of the Valley Medical Center.
In 2011, we received an Outstanding Achievement Award (OAA) and three-year approval with commendation for providing excellent care - while demonstrating an exceptionally high level of compliance on seven standards. The OAA is presented by the Commission on Cancer, a multidisciplinary program of the
American College of Surgeons. This is the second time we have been given this accomodation.
In 2011, we were the recipient of a three-year term of accreditation in radiation oncology - representing the highest level of quality and patient safety - by the American College of Radiology (ACR) and the
American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO).
The Queen’s radiation oncology program is one of only seven programs in California to have received this level of accreditation. View the "What to Expect" video produced by the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO)
Research conducted by medical experts across the globe have consistently found that cancer patients recover better, live longer, and generally have an easier experience if they feel supported by others.
Our multidiscipline team includes:
Certified Oncology Nurses
Clergy and Spiritual Leaders
Every member of our team is experienced in working with patients who have been diagnosed with all forms of cancer. We want to help you develop a treatment program that you are not only comfortable with, but can also enhance your quality of life as you undergo treatment. Our team can be available to you throughout every stage of your recovery, and into your post-treatment years.
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At Queen of the Valley Medical Center, we strongly believe that great medical care does not stop when your cancer treatment ends. Whether you have been diagnosed with cancer, your loved one is undergoing cancer treatment, or you have completed treatment and are on the road to recovery, our Board Certified oncologists are ready to be at your side.
Along with our award-winning cancer treatment therapies, we also provide comprehensive cancer support services for people who have been diagnosed with cancer. Living with the aftermath of chemotherapy, radiation treatment, surgery, or other cancer-related illness could be an incredibly emotional experience and a difficult change. We want to connect you with the best support system possible – meaning you will never be alone during your journey to recovery.
Many cancer patients will receive plenty of information and support during the process of cancer treatment. Once treatment stops, however, many cancer patients will feel as though they are entering yet another field of uncharted territory. It can be easy to succumb to feelings of isolation, fear, and uncertainty. Fortunately, we have the resources and information that you need to take control of your life once again – even after treatment has ended.
It's time to embrace life beyond a medical diagnosis. It's time to feel inspired and confident once again. If you would like to make your story one of survival, speak with us today. We would be happy to provide you with some practical thinking points as you seek follow-up care and manage the very real, yet very exciting physical, social, emotional, and even sexual grounds of life after cancer.
2011 Annual Report - Focus on Lung Cancer
2012 Public Outcomes Annual Report - Focus on Prostate Cancer
2012 Annual Report – Focus on Prostate Cancer
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