Advanced Cancer Treatment
Whether you need chemotherapy, radiation therapy or a combination of both, you can get the care you need at the Cancer Care Institute of Carolina in one comfortable, convenient place close to home.
At the Cancer Care Institute, located on the Aiken Regional campus, you'll be treated by skilled medical professionals who use advanced medical technology and the same treatment protocols used at the nation's leading cancer institutes.
You can be confident that everyone involved in your care is working toward common goals — to help you recover and provide support to you and your family through a difficult time of life.
Get a Free Colorectal Cancer Screening Kit
Aiken Regional is providing complimentary colorectal cancer screening kits during the month of March.
Cancer services we provide include:
- Computed tomography (CT)
- PET/CT scanning
- Medical oncology
- Radiation oncology surgery
- Pain management
- Physical therapy
Mary Anne Cavanaugh was treated at Aiken Regional. Watch the video to learn more:
A Healing Environment for Cancer Patients and Families
The institute is designed for high-tech care, but also for the comfort, convenience and privacy of patients and their families. Hand-in-hand with advanced medicine and cutting edge equipment, we give patients emotional support, compassionate care and education. There are patient education programs that provide you and your family with the information you need in clear, easy-to-understand language and support groups to provide encouragement as you progress through your treatment program. Be sure to visit our boutique, stocked with items specifically designed with your needs in mind.
Breast Health Nurse Navigator
The Cancer Care Institute of Carolina includes a breast health nurse navigator who helps women diagnosed with breast cancer and their families through treatment, recovery and rehabilitation planning.
The breast health nurse navigator provides support that includes:
- Facilitating recovery and rehabilitation planning before, during and after treatment.
- Helping you make informed decisions about your care, serving as an educator, advocate and guide.
- Coordinating appointments with medical team members and facilitating their communication with physicians.
- Teaching you and your family members to manage side effects of treatment.
- Providing you and your family with support services, including emotional support.
Visit Women's Breast Health and Imaging Services for more information about Aiken's extensive services dedicated to women's health.
Financial and Emotional Support for Cancer Patients
CanHope (Formerly the Savannah River Cancer Foundation) offers help to cancer patients who live in Aiken, Allendale, Barnwell or Edgefield Counties in South Carolina.
How to Start Your Treatment with Us
Your primary care physician may refer you to the Cancer Care Institute of Carolina at ARMC, or you can call us at 803-641-5833 to talk with one of our specialists.
The Cancer Care Institute of Carolina
111 Miracle Drive Aiken, SC 29801