The Dignity Health Cancer Institute of Greater Sacramento is your gateway to world-class cancer care. Our cancer services extend beyond the traditional doctor-patient relationship. They start with a range of screening options for early detection and extend through personalized treatment following a cancer diagnosis—enabling you to take charge of your health.
Cancers We Treat
The diagnosis, treatment and support of patients with different types of cancer involve many crucial steps. Learn More
Find an Outpatient Cancer Treatment Center
Dignity Health offers cancer treatment services at all of our Greater Sacramento-area hospitals, as well as our comprehensive, outpatient cancer treatment centers.
Cancer is not a simple cause and effect. At Dignity Health Cancer Institute of Greater Sacramento, our experts are keenly aware of the many different factors that can increase or decrease your overall risk of cancer. Knowing your risk factors is the first step in cancer prevention. Learn More
According to the American Cancer Society, more than one million people in the United States are diagnosed with cancer annually. Regular cancer screening for early detection is the best treatment, so talk to your doctor about your personal risk factors and which screenings you should have done. Learn More
Cancer Care Classes
At Dignity Health, we’re committed to treating the whole patient, which means providing nurturing support throughout the entire cancer care process. Find upcoming classes and support groups. Learn More
Request an Appointment
If you are looking for quality oncology services and care from a cancer specialist affiliated with Dignity Health in the Greater Sacramento region, we are here to help. Learn More
Seamless and Comprehensive Treatment
Dignity Health's multidisciplinary cancer care approach means we treat the whole person—physical, emotional and spiritual. Our team consists of board-certified medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons and other cancer care specialists, plus a full range of support professionals. Every member of the cancer care team works closely together—consulting and communicating every step of the way—to ensure you and your family receive the best possible care. Learn More
Online Health Risk Assessment
Cancer threatens some more than others. More than one million people in the United States are diagnosed with cancer annually. Regular cancer screening for early detection is the best treatment, so talk to your doctor about your personal risk factors and which screenings you should have done.