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Harrison Medical Center opens new Poulsbo outpatient cancer care center

Poulsbo Mayor Kathryn Quade cuts the ribbon on Harrison’s new outpatient oncology centerHarrison Medical Center’s new one-stop medical oncology and chemotherapy center in Poulsbo was designed specifically to meet the unique needs of cancer patients. The focus on organic flow, warm color, and comforting design creates a refined environment of hope and healing — all with a view.

Harrison Poulsbo Hematology & Oncology center provides hospital-based outpatient cancer care, including:

  • Modern chemotherapy treatments (10 chairs)
  • Onsite laboratory
  • Exam rooms (6)
  • Patient navigators
  • Nutritional medicine
  • Support services and resources
  • Complementary therapies

“We’re providing comprehensive cancer care close to home,” says Ken Rarey, director of Radiation and Poulsbo Oncology. “At this new center, we have the ability to provide whole-person care in an outpatient setting. This is a healing environment in your own community.”

The 4,850 square-foot center will be staffed by two medical oncologists, Ann Murphy, MD, and Dennis Willerford, MD, and an oncology-experienced nurse practitioner, Kristen Province, ARNP. In addition, the center will have four oncology-certified registered nurses, medical technologists, laboratory technologists, and support staff for a multifaceted team of 14 caring employees, The Hematology & Oncology center was opened to patients by referral on July 1.

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