UW Cancer Center Johnson Creek is a collaboration between Fort Healthcare, UW Health and Watertown Regional Medical Center that features the latest in high-energy radiation therapy combining medical imaging, 3-D simulation, treatment beam shaping and respiratory monitoring providing cancer patients convenient access to many high-precision radiation treatments available within their own local community.
UW Cancer Center Johnson Creek is a proud regional partner of the UW Carbone Cancer Center, the only comprehensive cancer center in Wisconsin, as designated by the National Cancer Institute. This partnership provides cancer patients with access to improved cancer care, patient education, “real-time” second opinions and clinical trials.
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UW Cancer Center – Johnson Creek
250 Doctors Ct.
Johnson Creek, WI 53038
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UW Cancer Center Johnson Creek offers leading-edge cancer care in a supportive, nurturing environment to help patients and their families cope with the diagnosis of cancer and to help them through their care plans.
We offer the Varian TrueBeam Radiotherapy System. This linear accelerator is designed to deliver high-energy radiation to treat tumors deep within the body allowing clinic staff to capture images to compare to the patient’s treatment plan to ensure accuracy. The radiation therapy machine in Johnson Creek is expertly matched to the TrueBeam machines at University Hospital. If a patient being treated at Johnson Creek becomes very ill and needs to go to University Hospital, they will be able to continue radiation treatments there without delay.
National Cancer Institute (cancer.gov): Information about all aspects of cancer, including disease overviews, statistics and access to national clinical trials (National Cancer Institute: Information about all aspects of cancer, including disease overviews, statistics and access to national clinical trials
Cancer.net (cancer.net): The patient information Web site of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), designed to help patients and families make informed health care decisions
American Cancer Society (cancer.org): Comprehensive cancer information, including an interactive help section that customizes information to your specific condition
Tomorrow's Hope (tomorrowshope.org): A charitable organization that fosters health-related research, education and support activities
The Asbestos and Mesothelioma Center (asbestos.com): Information about asbestos and asbestos-related diseases, including mesothelioma
UW Carbone Cancer Center (uwhealth.org/uw-carbone-cancer-center): The UW Carbone Cancer Center is the only comprehensive cancer center in Wisconsin as designated by the National Cancer Institute. The Center brings together more than 250 physicians and scientists on the UW campus, making the latest cancer breakthroughs available in clinical care