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From this page, you can navigate the Patient portion of our website using the links located in our menu. Or search for the information you need using the Search option above.
Most importantly, if you have questions that our website does not answer to your satisfaction, please do not hesitate to call us. Our main clinic in Peoria is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Call (309) 243-3000 or 1-866-662-6564 to speak to someone there.
The physicians at Illinois CancerCare, P.C. cannot and will not stop working toward finding better treatments, therapies and ultimately hope for a cure. The clinical research trial participation that is currently being performed by the physicians of Illinois CancerCare ranks top 10 in the nation. We must work toward including more patients in these trials if we want to have better treatments, advanced therapies and the ultimate hope for a cure.
We will also work to fund programs that help to treat the whole patient. Ancillary services are critical to offering help in the healing process. These services include nutrition and psychosocial counseling, group therapy, yoga and massage, to name a few.
We are also committed to helping make sure that all people who face cancer are cared for regardless of their means.
- Your First Visit – As a patient new to Illinois CancerCare, you probably have some questions about our facilities and preliminary procedures.
- New Cancer Patient Packet – This brochure has lots of information including our locations, appointment procedures, pharmacy and prescription questions, financial fees and billing, and much more!
- New Hematology Patient Packet – This brochure has everything you need to know regarding Hematology and Blood Disorders appointments, locations, billing, and pharmacy.
- Complete Patient Pre-Packet – The Patient Pre-Packet contains our E-Prescribing Consent Form, Financial Agreement, Medical Records Release, and Patient Registration.
- Financial Assistance Application – Find our everything you need to submit our Financial Assistance Application
- Non-Discrimination Policy – Illinois CancerCare complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
- Insurance & Billing – As a new patient, you probably have insurance and billing questions, find out more.
- New Patient Video Library – Hear from other patients on our services at Illinois CancerCare.
- General FAQ – Have a question? See if it’s in our FAQs!
- Getting A Second Opinion – A second opinion can help you achieve the resolution necessary to move ahead with your treatment options.
- Authorization for Release of Medical Records