SCCA Celebrates Expansion of Oncology Program at Peninsula Clinic; Welcomes Poulsbo Community to Open House Event
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) and Kitsap County and Poulsbo community leaders will officially mark the opening of SCCA’s newest clinic location today with an open house. Located in Poulsbo, SCCA’s Peninsula clinic reflects the organization’s commitment to expand access to a full suite of cancer treatment services to patients and caregivers in familiar, comforting and convenient locations that are close to home.
What: Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Peninsula Medical Oncology Clinic Open House Event
When: Wednesday, February 26 from 5-8PM; Welcome remarks begin at 6PM
Where: 19917 Seventh Ave. NE, Suite 10 Poulsbo, WA 98370
Who/Special Guests and Speakers:
Jennie Crews, MD, Administrative and Medical Director for SCCA Community Sites and Medical Director for the SCCA Affiliate Network
Aaron Crane, Executive Vice President of SCCA
Farnoush Abar, MD, MPH, Medical Oncologist at SCCA’s Peninsula Clinic
Becky Ericson, Mayor of Poulsbo
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance opened the radiation oncology clinic in Poulsbo in June of 2019 and announced later that year, an expansion of the existing oncology program, adding new services that include hematology and oncology consultation and management, infusion therapy with an on-site pharmacy and supportive care. SCCA’s comprehensive medical oncology program offers assessments, physical examinations, patient consultations and education from SCCA medical professionals and clinical staff.
SCCA’s Peninsula clinic was designed to deliver a unique and supportive care model where all services are brought to the patient in one destination, called the universal room. This concept combines a comfortable and private space with a committed care team that provides personalized, seamless care to support healing.