Baptist Is Equipped, Safe and Ready
Baptist Cancer Centers throughout the Mid-South are taking special care to provide you special care.
We're taking extraordinary measures to keep you safe
Cancer doesn’t stop, even during a pandemic. That’s why Baptist Cancer Center has identified ways to safely provide screenings, procedures and treatments during this pandemic. From virtual visits to in-person appointments, we’re continuing to deliver the essential care you need.
When you schedule appointments or arrive for treatments, you may notice the difference. We’ve implemented safety precautions recommended by top public health and medical experts to protect you. While some of these changes may be inconvenient, they are necessary and will ensure you can continue your lifesaving treatments. Your health and safety are important to us. And we are committed to doing all we can to be here for you and provide exceptional care.
Some things can wait. This can’t.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, we asked you to delay certain preventative procedures for your safety, and for those around you. Now that we know more about the virus, and how to protect you, our Baptist doctors encourage you to schedule your annual mammogram as soon as possible. Because your health cannot wait.
Protecting Our Patients
Cancer treatments do not stop — even during a pandemic. To keep patients safe as they continue their essential treatments, Baptist Cancer Center has taken a number of precautions.
COVID-19 Testing FAQs
Your safety is our top priority, so we’ve implemented new precautions to protect you. In addition to screening everyone who visits our campus, COVID-19 testing may be included as part of your care.
Request an Appointment
We offer many options for scheduling appointments with our cancer specialists in this region. Whether you’d like to schedule an appointment today or simply get information about our services, our team can help you.