We're ready for your next visit!
Island Hospital is taking extra measures to ensure the safety of our patients during the COVID-19 crisis. Here's what we are doing to make the hospital and our clinics safe for your next visit:
- Screening patients and staff upon entry into the building
- Requiring masks be worn by patients and staff
- Installing Plexiglas at all registration desks
- Additional sanitizing in high-touch areas
- Rearranging waiting areas so chairs are 6 feet apart
- Scheduling virtual visits, when appropriate
- Scheduling car checks, when appropriate
- Restricting visitors
Please call the clinic if you have any concerns. We are here for you!
Our commitment is stronger than cancer.
As a part of the North Puget Oncology Cancer Care Centers, our network is strong, and we are dedicated to providing our patients state-of-the-art cancer care services with the latest medical technology. Our highly regarded staff includes trusted providers, nurses, and a patient navigator to ensure you have all the emotional support you need through this process. You are our top priority and we promise to deliver compassionate service and personalized care throughout your cancer journey. Our services include:
Non-chemotherapy medication administration
Blood product transfusion
Private visits with physicians and a nurse practitioner
Referral to radiation therapy
Personalized genomic therapy
We are here to help.
If you have been affected by cancer, we want you to know that you are not alone. You have access to a full range of support services to help ease your physical, emotional and practical challenges. Our support groups allow you to share your experiences and feelings with others who are going through similar situations. We also provide access to podcasts that provide practical education and encouragement to support you and your family through the treatment process.
The Merle Cancer Care Center is an Island Hospital-affiliated clinic. Patients seeking care at this clinic may receive a separate billing for a facility fee. This fee could result in higher out-of-pocket expenses. Patients should contact their insurance company to determine coverage for hospital-based facility charges.