- Environment & FeaturesBillings Clinic Cancer Center
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801 North 29th St
Billings, MT 59101
From the outside, one of the most noticeable features of the Cancer Center is the wall of windows that wraps around the fourth floor. On the inside, this floor-to-ceiling wall of windows creates an open, scenic setting designed to soothe patients receiving infusion treatments.
All cancer patients will check-in at the main registration area on the first floor. Patients will enter the Cancer Center from the Commons entrance at 801 North 29th Street. The large covered entrance protects patients from the weather and features a convenient drop-off area, free valet parking and wheelchair assistance.
The first floor of the cancer center features Billings Clinic's radiation oncology department, which includes two radiation treatment rooms, five exam rooms and a high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy suite. Also on the first floor is the main registration area, on-site laboratory services, an American Cancer Society Resource Center and the meditation room.
The third floor includes patient exam rooms for medical oncology, gynecologic oncology and naturopathic oncology. The third floor also includes a center for nurse navigators, cancer support services, genetic counseling services, naturopathic/integrative medicine services, lymphedema physical therapy, massage therapy and administrative offices.
The Bob and Penni Nance Infusion Center, on the fourth floor, offers 13 open treatment bays and 12 private rooms. Most cancer patients receive some kind of infusion, including chemotherapy, blood infusion or other infusion treatments. One infusion room is designated for patients having treatments that are part of research study protocol and another room is designed for the special needs of patients during the stem cell transplant process. Patients have their own TV with headphones and remote controls as well.
Additionally, the fourth floor includes a cancer research library, conference center for community education and tumor board meetings, and cancer registry offices for national cancer data collection.