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Cancer Care

2395.1 miles away
707-252-4411
833-789-6802 (Appointment Scheduling)
At Queen of the Valley Medical Center, we know that a cancer diagnosis can leave you feeling stunned and overwhelmed. We work to make sure you never feel alone in your cancer journey. We provide comprehensive care, from prevention and screening through treatment and recovery.

We provide personalized care based on your unique circumstances and needs. You get the expertise of providers trained in all aspects of cancer care and the convenience of receiving that care without having to travel.

This includes nurse navigators and clinical dietitians as well as oncology and palliative care social workers who work together as your care team, ensuring you have a steady source of support. Your physical well-being is a top priority, but we also focus on your psychological, emotional and spiritual health. You can count on us to provide all-encompassing cancer care.

At Providence, we fight cancer on every front, never losing sight of the fact that there’s a person behind every case of cancer we treat. We offer a full range of tests, treatments and support services, including:

  • Breast Center
  • Clinical trials
    • Queen of the Valley Medical Center offers enrollment in clinical trials to patients with various types of cancer. We offer national clinical trials at Queen of the Valley, but also refer patients to clinical trials at Stanford, UCSF, UC Davis and other academic medical centers. We provide more personalized care while also offering the newest and best therapies and clinical trials to patients, right here in Napa. For more information about clinical trials, ask your oncologist or a member of your care team.
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Genetic testing
    • Queen of the Valley's medical oncology team works with a genetic counselor to provide genetic testing. We provide the latest in genetic testing to help guide our care. Queen of the Valley, through the Providence health system, has access to very sophisticated, modern DNA analysis and we often coordinate with local universities as well. Ask your medical oncologist for more information about participating in genetic testing.
  • Home health
  • Low-dose CT lung screening
  • Lymphedema treatment
  • Medical oncology outpatient clinic
  • Nutrition/dietary programs
  • Outpatient oncology infusion center
  • Outpatient rehabilitation services
  • Palliative care
  • Pastoral care
  • Psychological/emotional/spiritual support
  • Radiation oncology
  • Support groups
  • Surgery
  • Wellness Program

At Queen of the Valley Medical Center, you have access to world-class care right here in the Napa Valley. Our accreditations are a testament to our ability to increase survivorship in the people we serve.

Our accreditations include:

  • American College of Radiology: Mammography Accredited Facility
  • American College of Radiology: Radiation Oncology Accredited Facility
  • American College of Surgeons: Commission on Cancer
Cancer support services care team

Clinical social workers

By using evidence-based interventions, our clinical social workers at Queen of the Valley Medical Center are concentrated on helping individuals and families address the emotional and psychosocial impacts a cancer diagnosis can bring. As part of the multidisciplinary cancer team, the role of a clinical social worker is to help individuals cope through diagnosis, treatment and in transitions of care, providing:

  • Counseling for anxiety, depression, adjustment, insomnia and other emotions and symptoms related to cancer diagnosis and treatment
  • Assistance with practical resource needs
  • Advance care planning
  • Family meetings
  • Goals of care conversations
  • Referrals to local, regional, and national resources as needed

By working collaboratively within the cancer team and with community partners, our clinical social workers provide individuals with thoughtful, supportive and individualized care.

Nurse Navigators

Our nurse navigators assist patients who are diagnosed with lung cancer, cancers of the head and neck and breast cancer throughout the continuum of care. Navigators assist patients, providers, and staff by:

  • Providing and clarifying information
  • Ensuring care coordination
  • Helping patients navigate their care from diagnosis, through each stage of treatment and beyond
  • Managing symptoms through information sharing and education

The focus of our nurse navigators is to help find solutions to barriers that impact access to care. Nurse navigators are focused on patient empowerment, and they act as a bridge ensuring there are no gaps in care for our patients. Nurse navigators provide a team-oriented, patient-centered treatment experience for every patient.

Cancer support groups

Amigas del Alma and Facing Forward are locally offered breast cancer support groups offered in Spanish and English.

Currently support groups are virtual due to COVID restrictions.

Find a cancer support group