As a patient of the Community Cancer Center, you can expect care focused on your comfort and delivering the highest quality treatments available anywhere.
For patients of CCC, radiation therapy involves minimal disruptions of your everyday activities and, as technology has steadily evolved and become more sophisticated, treatments are quick and painless. Our staff is constantly evaluating new treatment developments so we can incorporate those that make sense for you and the mission of CCC.
In addition to state-of-the-art equipment and full accreditation from the American College of Radiology, CCC offers a staff that rivals any in the Pacific Northwest for training and skill in delivering radiation treatments. Our medical personnel are licensed by the state of Oregon and certified by nationally recognized organizations in their respective fields of expertise. CCC staff members undergo an average of  hours of continuing education each year to ensure you receive the latest in comprehensive care.
- New Patient Forms Packet (Mar2022)
- Established Patient Forms Packet (10/2020)
- Telemedicine Patient Instructions (5/2020)
- Financial Assistance Application Packet (1/2021)
- Patient Acknowledgement & Consent_CCC (Mar2022)
- Patient Approved List of Contacts (1/2020)
- Patient Authorization for Electronic Health Records (UOC) (9/2013)
- Dietary Supplements List
- Patient History Questionnaire (3/2020)
- Patient Self-Assessment
- Symptom Assessment
- Patient Notice of Privacy Practices (5/2017)
- Patient Satisfaction Survey
A cancer diagnosis elicits many emotions, including fear, sadness and confusion. It is easy to become overwhelmed. CCC’s Patient Advocate program is here to help.
A Patient Liaison provides individualized assistance to you and your family and helps you overcome healthcare system barriers and access quality medical and psycho-social care. Patient Liaisons work with you from diagnosis through all phases of the cancer experience and can help with a wide range of support, including smoking cessations, genetic testing, counseling, financial resources, transportation, nutritional needs, palliative care/hospice, general information, housing and legal issues.
The Community Cancer Center accepts many different insurers, including, but not limited to, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Oregon, Medicare, LifeWise, PacificSource, and ODS Health Plan.
Regardless of your exact situation, our financial counselor will work with you to develop a payment plan that’s right for your needs.