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Our mission: remission

Our cancer specialists are dedicated to your health and well-being, because you’ve got a lot of life to live.


Cancer Care on the Central Coast

If you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, you don’t have to look far for expert care. Dignity Health has brought experienced physicians, the latest cancer-fighting tools, and personalized support for the mind, body, and spirit together right here on the Central Coast. At our accredited centers, we offer leading-edge treatment options, access to clinical trials, the newest technology, and humankindness with the goal of getting you back to your life. 


Learn more about our cancer services in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties:


1400 E. Church St.     
Santa Maria, CA 93454

Mission Hope Cancer Center – Santa Maria
1325 E Church St
Santa Maria, CA 93454
(805) 219-4673

Mission Hope Cancer Center – Arroyo Grande
850 Fair Oaks Ave
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
(805) 474-5310

SLO Oncology & Hematology Health Center (San Luis Obispo)
715 Tank Farm Road, Ste C
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805) 543-5577

Hearst Cancer Resource Center at French Hospital Medical Center
1941 Johnson Ave, Ste 201A
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805) 542-6234


Nurse Navigators

Our nurse navigators are highly skilled nurses who serve as a constant presence throughout your cancer treatment. They act as a liaison among caregivers and physicians and are specially trained to help you determine what screenings you need along with the different cancer treatment options you’ll find.  They are an important source of both information and support that will help guide you through your care process. Nurse navigators are here for you at each of our Dignity Health Central Coast Hospitals. Our navigators and our entire team of oncology experts and support staff are here to support you through your journey.

Cancer Screenings

Cancer screenings are tests that look for signs of cancer, sometimes before you have symptoms. The goal of cancer screenings is to find cancer early, in its most treatable stages. Some screenings can prevent cancer by finding precancerous changes. 

Your doctor will help determine which cancer screenings might be right for you. Recommended screenings for women and recommended screenings for men can vary based on personal medical history, risks, age, and other factors. 

Support and Survivorship

We offer a variety of support programs for patients in all stages of their cancer journey and their families. Learn more about the opportunities we offer at:


Online Health Risk Assessments

In just a few minutes, learn more about your risk for certain cancers or which screenings might be right for you.