When it comes to cancer care, your peace of mind is what matters most. That’s why, whether you require a simple diagnostic test or advanced cancer treatments, you and your family can take comfort in knowing that an integrated multi-disciplinary cancer care program can be found close to home – at Cadence Health.
Here you’ll find state-of-the-art facilities, advanced technologies, board-certified medical and radiation oncologists on the medical staffs of CDH and Delnor*, and treatments that bring you the latest thinking in cancer care. In addition, the Cadence Health cancer program brings you the benefits of care guided by the latest evidence-based clinical protocols, access to cutting-edge clinical research and trials and support services for you and your family.
Robert Bayer, MD, Hematology / Oncology, discusses unique elements to the cancer care program at Cadence Health.
Robert Bayer, MD, Hematology / Oncology, discusses what to expect post-cancer diagnosis.
The Cadence Health commitment to cancer care is exemplified by our state-of-the-art facilities – the Cadence Cancer Center and the CDH Proton Center** in Warrenville – and the new Cadence Cancer Center at Delnor Hospital.
The Cadence Cancer Centers in Warrenville and Geneva offer all of the treatment and support services you need in a single, convenient outpatient location. You will receive compassionate care from diagnosis to treatment, including access to the full spectrum of radiation therapy options, all in a healing environment. Take a virtual tour of the Cadence Cancer Center.
In Warrenville, you’ll find the CDH Proton Center** the first and only facility of its kind in Illinois. Proton therapy uses protons instead of traditional photons to precisely target tumors, resulting in less damage to surrounding healthy tissue. This treatment has been particularly successful in treating pediatric patients as well as patients with tumors near critical organs such as the brain and spinal cord.
Cadence Health also brings cancer patients and their families comprehensive support services through the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center, offering more than 55 free-of-charge psychosocial programs and services. LivingWell has helped thousands of individuals affected by cancer learn vitally important skills that enable them to regain their sense of control, reduce the amount of isolation that often comes with a cancer diagnosis and enhance their quality of life. Recently, LivingWell opened a new 15,500 square foot facility in Geneva which will allow for expanded services.
At Cadence Health, you know you’re working with an innovative care partner at the leading edge of oncology medicine. Combining technology and advanced treatments with open, patient-friendly and state-of-the-art facilities that are both functional and soothing, Cadence Health is committed to making advanced cancer care more accessible, more comfortable and more convenient for you.
*In the spirit of keeping you well-informed; the physicians identified are neither agents nor employees of Cadence Health or any of its affiliate organizations. These physicians have selected our facilities as the place where they want to treat and care for their patients.
To make an appointment with a medical, surgical or radiation* oncologist, please call the Cadence Cancer Center at Warrenville at 630.352.5450 or the Cadence Cancer Center at Delnor at 630.232.0610. TTY for the hearing impaired 630.933.4833.
**The CDH Proton Center (Center) is a joint venture between Cadence Health and Radiation Oncology Consultants, Ltd. Both organizations are dedicated to providing proton therapy in Illinois. The physicians that practice at the Center are neither agents nor employees of Cadence Health, nor CDH. They have chosen this facility as the place they wish to care for and treat their private patients.