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ARMC Announces New Comprehensive Oncology/Infusion Therapy Center

ARMC Announces New Comprehensive Oncology/Infusion Therapy Center

Arrowhead Regional Medical Center announces the establishment of a new comprehensive oncology and infusion therapy center for San Bernardino County at the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) campus, located on the second floor of the medical office building.

With enhanced workflow procedures and access to Patient Navigators who help guide patients through complex cancer system barriers, the oncology/infusion therapy center hopes to advance timely diagnosis, treatment, and support. Patients at the center will also have access to social workers for follow-up treatment and additional services and/or community resources, as well as psychosocial screenings. On-site nutritionists will also be on hand to provide support throughout cancer treatment.

The new center’s Medical Oncology/Hematology Department will be staffed by physicians from City of Hope, a National Cancer Institute–designated comprehensive cancer center.

“ARMC and City of Hope physicians look forward to welcoming patients into the state-of-the-art oncology and infusion therapy clinic,” said William L. Gilbert, Chief Executive Officer at ARMC. “With the expertise of City of Hope physicians at ARMC, we will be able to expand our cutting-edge care by providing patients access to comprehensive, high-quality, evidence-based cancer services.”

Equipped with two waiting areas, four patient restrooms, 11 private exam rooms, and 17 spacious and semi-private infusion bays with a personal television and USB port, the center offers spacious accommodations for family members or friends accompanying patients during treatment.

The center also offers an enhanced medication storage room for simplified medication tracking and dispensing for medical staff, a shared physician workroom that comfortably accommodates physicians and mid-level providers and residents, and a viewing station for clinical imaging.

“The increasing complexities of cancer care delivery requires a new, multidisciplinary approach,” said Siamak Saadat, M.D., a City of Hope hematologist - oncologist. “We are very excited for the opening of this state-of-the-art clinic so that City of Hope can expand its service and care to the residents of San Bernardino County.”

For more information about the City of Hope, visit