Comprehensive Care Close to Home
More than 40 years ago, a group of Douglas County citizens created the non-profit Community Cancer Foundation dedicated to providing patients diagnosed with cancer a local option of high-quality radiation therapy services. The result of these efforts was the Community Cancer Center, which began serving patients in a facility off Harvard Avenue.
Since then, the Community Cancer Center has grown significantly and moved to a 44,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility in north Roseburg that provides comprehensive and compassionate radiation therapy treatment to cancer patients throughout the Umpqua Valley. Our care was enhanced and expanded in 2020 through a professional service agreement with Oregon Health and Science University, which now oversees radiation therapy services in our facility.
This means local patients no longer have to leave their own communities, in a challenging time in their lives, to benefit from the expertise and resources of the states only public academic medical center.
Our fellow tenants in the Community Cancer Center include a host of independent, complementary organizations and non-profits, including Steelhead Oncology, a Mercy Medical Center lab, Douglas County Cancer Services and Camp Millennium.
Community Cancer Foundation Mission Statement
The Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes; and to assist, encourage, promote and advance the best care, treatment, and rehabilitation of persons with cancer or related diseases and conditions.
Board of Directors
Thank you to Community Cancer Center’s local Board of Directors for their dedication, insight and trusted guidance.