Learn More: Comprehensive Cancer Centers
Comprehensive Cancer Centers is the award-winning multi-specialty practice comprising medical oncology, hematology, radiation oncology, breast surgery, pulmonary medicine, cancer genetic counseling and clinical research with treatment centers and offices throughout Southern Nevada. The practice’s specialized physician and nursing staff offers sophisticated diagnostic tools, the latest advances in cancer treatment, a full range of innovative, exclusive services and research-based care in a supportive and caring environment.
Comprehensive has provided oncology services to Southern Nevada residents and visitors for more than 40 years. The practice formed in 2000 when Southwest Cancer Clinic and Nevada Radiation Oncology Centers united to maximize the delivery of cancer fighting treatments and therapies. In 2002, these two groups, which had been helping patients with cancer since 1974, united under one name — Comprehensive Cancer Centers.
In order to provide patients the most progressive and effective cancer treatments, Comprehensive expanded its clinical research program by partnering with some of the world’s most recognizable research and cancer-fighting organizations. In 1995, Comprehensive physicians became part of The US Oncology Network, one of the nation’s largest networks of community-based oncology physicians dedicated to advancing cancer care in America. The practice also partners with UCLA TRIO-US, USC, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and leading pharmaceutical companies to offer groundbreaking research to its patients.
Today, Comprehensive participates in more than 170 Phase I, Phase II and Phase III clinical research trials each year, and has helped develop more than 100 FDA approved cancer therapies including approvals for OPDIVO®, KEYTRUDA®, TECENTRIQ®, PROVENGE®, Xofigo®, Hercepin® and others. Our existing treatment options and clinical research capabilities allow patients access groundbreaking treatments right here in Southern Nevada, so they never have to leave the state for treatment.