Cancer Services

Leading the region in cancer care 

Cancer treatment at BSA offers patients hope and healing. Care begins with a review of patient needs with the patient and family. With our knowledge, experience, and state-of-the-art technologies, we provide thorough, quality care for both inpatient and outpatient cancer treatment.

The BSA inpatient cancer care unit, located on the sixth floor of the main campus, is accredited by the Commission on Cancer  of the American College of Surgeons. Only 25 percent of cancer programs at hospitals across the United States receive this special approval which recognizes the quality of our comprehensive patient care.

Harrington Cancer Center

Harrington Cancer Center, our outpatient treatment center, is dedicated to providing the most advanced care and treatment in the Texas Panhandle region. Harrington Cancer Center uses an intensive, team-oriented approach designed to provide patients with consultation, evaluation, diagnosis, and comprehensive treatment recommendations.

Medical Services at Harrington:

  • Medical oncology
  • Hematology
  • Radiation oncology
  • Gynecologic oncology
  • Genetic testing and counseling
  • Clinical research

The Harrington Cancer Center sets itself apart with its Supportive Care Programs, which are all free for patients. The Supportive Care team includes Social Work Services, Counseling Services, Nutrition Services and Volunteer Services. Supportive Care is an integral part of how the Harrington Cancer Center responds to the unique needs of each patient and family.

Harrington Cancer Center is leading the region in providing the latest technology in the fight against cancer. Harrington Cancer Center is only the third site in Texas to offer TomoTherapy - an advanced method of delivering accurate and precise radiation treatment of tumors. The Harrington Breast Center is one of just four locations in Texas to offer a Dedicated Breast MRI System, which provides high-quality images that reveal even the smallest abnormalities, resulting in earlier diagnosis and better treatment decisions.