As Fort Bend County's only Commission-on-Cancer-accredited hospital, we are committed to the best possible care.
Our specialists, including medical, radiation and gynecologic oncologists, hematologists and surgeons, routinely collaborate to ensure each patient receives the best possible care. This partnership draws on each team member’s expertise to help you fight your cancer in a compassionate, caring and supportive environment.
We offer innovative treatments such as immunotherapy and the latest, most targeted radiation therapies. Our staff, including oncology-certified nurses, nutritionists, social workers and a patient navigator, is committed to working with you and your family as a team, guiding you toward the customized care, support and resources you need throughout survivorship.
Additionally, we offer lung and breast cancer high-risk programs designed to help patients prevent the disease with nutrition, education, genetic counseling and disease surveillance.
Cancers Treated at Houston Methodist Cancer Center at Sugar Land:
See a complete list of cancers treated at all of our hospitals.
We offer a wide variety of treatment options including surgery, systemic therapies, and innovative radiation therapies.
Please contact your patient navigator at Houston Methodist Cancer Center:
Patient Navigator Melissa de Los Santos, BSN, RN, OCN — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital
Patient Navigator Stephanie A. Williams, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, AOCNP — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital
Patients have the unique opportunity to participate in clinical trials that involve medications as well as gene and cell therapy often unavailable outside of research settings.
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Compassion and Support
Understanding that cancer care extends beyond patients’ physical needs, we offer a number of programs designed to support cancer patients, families and caregivers.
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As an American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer-accredited facility, we adhere to comprehensive quality standards that guide treatment and ensure patient-centered care. As part of our accreditation, we must complete a critical self-assessment that leads to quality improvements and innovations in patient care.