Partnership Will Create A Premier, Fully Integrated Cancer Program For Tri-state AreaSt. Vincent announced today that the physicians and staff of Oncology Hematology Associates (OHA) will join St. Vincent Medical Group, effective January 1, 2019.The clinical teams at St. Vincent Evansville and OHA have been working in partnership together in the care of oncology and hematology patients for several years, and believe this new partnership will only build on both outstanding oncology programs.For the past 25 years, OHA has committed to providing patient-centered, high quality, a coordinated treatment that promotes the dignity of the individual and their support system. OHA’s nine board-certified physicians specialize in the practice of medical oncology, hematology, and radiation oncology, and the practice’s state-of-the-art laboratory technology and provision of clinical research studies provide our community with access to breakthrough research and innovative treatment options.“The shared commitment of St. Vincent and OHA to excellence in cancer care and healing the body, mind, and spirit is a foundation for continuing to grow access to oncology services in the Tri-State,” said Dan Parod, President, St. Vincent Southwest Region.The cancer care program at St. Vincent Evansville has been accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer for nearly 50 years. On average, only one in four hospitals earn this prestigious accreditation, and since 1993 OHA has partnered with St. Vincent Evansville maintaining the high standard of care reflected in the accreditation.“Everyone at OHA partners with our patients as they go through one of the most difficult times in their life. Our goal is to always treat people as we would want to be treated,” said Dr. Edward Fox, President of OHA. “Both organizations share these same values and St. Vincent is committed to providing patients with the same high standard of practice. We are excited to continue our work together for the benefit of all those we serve,” added Dr. Fox.Patients of OHA will not experience any interference with their healthcare service because of this transition. Signage on the OHA property will officially change early next year. A blessing ceremony will also be held at that time.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
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