St. John Plans Comprehensive Outpatient Cancer Center

December 11, 2014, Broken Arrow, Okla. -- St. John Health System has announced plans for a comprehensive outpatient cancer care center to be built on the St. John Broken Arrow campus, 1000 W. Boise Circle.  The facility will be designed as a stand-alone, state-of-the-art outpatient facility providing convenient cancer treatment services to patients in eastern Oklahoma.   

St. John Clinic is actively recruiting additional oncologists to enhance and expand both its physician network and access to comprehensive cancer services throughout the region. Oncologists and others affiliated with St. John will have extensive input into the design and development of the new center.

“The early success of our affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Network®, which launched in June 2014, prompted our decision to build this state-of-the-art facility,” said Jeff Nowlin, St. John Medical Center president and chief operating officer. “Our commitment to providing exemplary cancer care will place St. John at the forefront of fighting one of our most complex and feared diseases.”

No completion date has been set for the facility.

As Oklahoma’s first and only certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network, a nationwide program of MD Anderson Cancer Center, St. John has access to some of the best cancer resources in the world, including disease-specific and evidence-based clinical guidelines, treatment plans and best practices. Through the collaboration, St. John helps patients receive high-quality care close to home. More information is available at

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