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Phone: (319) 297-2900
Fax: (866) 274-5194
Located on Level 1
PCI Medical Pavilion
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Monday - Wednesday & Friday: 8 am to 4:30 pm
Thursday: 9 am to 4:30 pm
Have a great experience? Could things have gone better? Take a minute to tell us about it. Our goal is to continuously improve the service and care we provide for you and your family.
Telemedicine appointments are available. Your provider will schedule a telemedicine visit with you if the technology can be applied to your specific situation, and if you are comfortable meeting with your provider using that method.
Physicians' Clinic of Iowa Hematology & Oncology is focused on bringing hope to
life for those who entrust us with such a delicate portion of their lives. Our cancer care team is ready to fight cancer using a collaborative team approach, advanced technology, and personal and compassionate service.
In addition, we have received the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI) certification, awarded for exceptional outpatient care by the American Society of Clinical Oncology. PCI Hematology & Oncology was the first cancer treatment provider in the Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Corridor to receive the three-year certification.
As a result, our treatment plans are well defined and referenced against standards from the American Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO) and the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN).
The oncologists of Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa are trained in the most current and up to date techniques for cancer care and the treatment of blood diseases. The dedicated team of oncologists works with your care coordinator to develop a comprehensive approach to your cancer treatment and recovery.
PCI oncologist uses a team format to care for you and your loved ones. This means well-coordinated care with other doctors involved in your treatment, the Cancer Care Coordinators, social workers, and other outside entities to fully understand your needs.
Each physician also works closely with their designated nursing and support team to provide consistent and quality cancer care. You are the centerpiece of the team, helping us to give you the excellent care that you deserve.
At PCI, we use a unique approach to coordination of care. Cancer Care Coordinators are available to all cancer patients diagnosed or seen at PCI Medical Pavilion. The role of the Cancer Care Coordinator is to support you and your loved ones during diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. The Cancer Care Coordinator will assess the needs of you and your support team for referrals within your multidisciplinary team including oncology social workers, oncology certified dietitians, psychiatry, pastoral care, cancer exercise therapist and more. Most importantly, your Cancer Care Coordinator is there to listen, offering emotional support to you and your loved ones.
The board certified oncologists at Physicians' Clinic of Iowa offer the latest advances in cancer treatment plans. From diagnostic testing all the way through to survivorship, PCI's cancer care staff provides the expert care you expect.
Diagnostic Testing - including on-site laboratory testing, MRI and CT imaging.
Infusion Therapy – such as chemotherapy from our accredited chemotherapy prep lab.
Medication Dispensary – increasing the quality of care while allowing our providers to
monitor drug interactions.
Surgical Oncology – PCI surgeons provide surgery for removal of tumors
Radiation Therapy – in collaboration with local healthcare partners, we offer both Intraoperative Electron Radiation Therapy and conventional radiation therapy.
Clinical Research Trials – we partner with oncology networks across the country to give
you access to industry leading trials to the best, most advanced, cancer care.
Palliative Care / Hospice – coordination with local partners to provide superior care when patients are facing the toughest healthcare and life choices.
Survivorship - individualized post-treatment care plans for cancer survivors.
Social Work and Counseling– a licensed counselor is here to provide support for you, your family, and loved ones. This includes coping with a cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship; caregiver stress; helping children/teens better understand cancer; community resources and financial issues.
Dietitians– available to assess your nutritional status and to design a nutrition plan to meet your needs. We offer counseling and support to help reduce side effects, and provide information on developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
An Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner specializing in cancer and genetics provides you and your family with cancer risk assessment screening, genetic counseling and testing, and will help you and your support team understand the medical and psychological issues of having an inherited cancer. You will also be educated on how genetic cancers affect the rest of your family.
Massage Therapy – helps relieve join and muscle pain as well as relaxation and stress relief.
Exercise Therapy / Classes– Assists you with maintaining and regaining strength, stability and overall physical wellness. Individualized plans are developed according to your current health needs and your current treatment plan. Sessions can be one-on-one or small group settings.
Lymphedema Therapy – helps treat swelling due to the removal of lymph nodes
Chaplain - Available to offer spiritual support to you and your family. Assesses faith related concerns such as loss of hope, loss of meaning in life, and feeling disconnected.
Certified Sex Therapist/Body Image Specialist - A certified counselor is available to meet with you regarding body image or sexuality concerns. They can help you address feelings about your body and changes that may have occurred, improving communication with your partner, and to explore your need for lifelong emotional connections to others.
Psychologist- Psychologists are available to assist you and your family to work through the challenges that can come from a cancer diagnosis. These challenges can have a significant effect on everyone involved. A referral can be made by your Cancer Care Coordinator or your Oncology Certified Social Worker.
Did you receive great care or service from someone at PCI? Please tell us about it— and include specifics about your experience. What challenges did your doctor help you overcome? How did it affect you? The more detail you provide, the better we can recognize the doctor or a staff member who went above and beyond for you or your family.