The Foster J. Boyd, MD, Regional Cancer Center—A Member of The James Cancer Network brings together a range of advanced medical and radiation oncology services, programs, and staff expertise.
Our affiliation with The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center–James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC–James) through The James Cancer Network brings world-class cancer care to Wilmington, Ohio. Patients benefit from the latest research and innovation in cancer care and treatment—including access to clinical trials, the OSUCCC–James existing treatment plans and National Comprehensive Cancer Care Network-derived guidelines for the delivery of chemotherapy.
Our cancer center, an 18,000-square-foot healing facility built in 2007, is named for Foster (Jack) Boyd, MD, a surgeon and original member of the Clinton Memorial Hospital (CMH) medical staff when it opened in 1951. Dr. Boyd founded CMH's accredited cancer program. The fully integrated center features treatment "neighborhoods" throughout the building, including a chemotherapy infusion area, radiation suite with linear accelerator, resource library, boutique (offering various items for patients, including hats and turbans, sun protective clothing, wigs, breast prosthetics, and skin care items) and healing garden (accessible from the chemotherapy infusion area).
You can view our 2017 annual report here.