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Comprehensive care in a single setting.
Our board certified doctors, chemotherapy certified nurses, and other medical professionals focus on your needs and make sure you feel like a person and not a number. Patients appreciate little touches that make each visit easier, such as complimentary snacks, hugs, and conversation from the staff, in a relaxed environment where patients are truly treated like family.
Our Cancer Center patients have access to services through Mercy Medical Center, such as nutrition counseling, massage therapy, spiritual counseling, support groups, and assistance from a social worker. There’s also a healing garden composed of trees, flowers, and a fountain next to the Cancer Center that serves as a soothing place for patients to relax with family or sit alone to reflect.
One important feature of the Mercy Cancer Center is our affiliation with the UC Davis Cancer Care Network, a collaboration of hospital-based cancer centers in Northern and Central California dedicated to providing exceptional care to patients close to home.
The Mercy UC Davis Cancer Center is also accredited by the Commission on Cancer (CoC), a quality program of the American College of Surgeons, demonstrates a cancer program’s commitment to providing high-quality, multidisciplinary, patient-centered cancer care. CoC accreditation is nationally recognized by organizations, including the National Cancer Institute, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, National Quality Forum, American Cancer Society, and The Joint Commission, as having established data-driven performance measures for the provision of quality cancer care.
Your priority is to get the best possible treatment for the best possible outcome. Since 2000, Mercy has partnered with UC Davis to bring comfort, hope, and convenience to people fighting cancer in Merced.
Referral nurse phone number: (209) 564-3630 (to speak to the nurse who manages new patients being referred to us from the community)
Referral fax number: 209.564.3601 (to fax new patient referral request/appointment)
Information needed for new patient referrals:
Current patients who call during business hours will be connected directly to our office. Afterhours calls are connected to the operator who can contact the on-call physician.
24 hour patient phone number: (209) 564-3600
For question or issues regarding your ambulatory pump, please call (209) 564-3600 during normal business hours to be connected to our infusion room. For after hours issues or questions contact InfuSystem directly at (800) 315-3287 where an oncology nurse can help troubleshoot ambulatory pump issues. Or you can download a troubleshooting tips sheet by clicking here.