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125 Greenbriar Drive
Campbellsville, KY 42718

Phone:  (270) 789-9999
Fax:  (270) 789-0247

Tim Herber
Radiation Oncology Administrator
Email:  tlherber@trhosp.org

Sherri Angel, RN
Medical Oncology Administrative Supervisor

Taylor Regional Hospital cares about our community. We want to provide the best in cancer care to our patients.

Being diagnosed with cancer can be a frightening experience. Our team is committed to meeting our patient’s needs by making quality of life the first priority. From patient support groups to a dedicated educational resource room, The Cancer Center at Taylor Regional Hospital responds to the physical and emotional needs of our patients.

With the expertise of our physicians and staff, powered with the most advanced technology, patients have access to the best
methods of diagnosing and treating all types of cancer. Convenient access to the most sophisticated cancer-fighting technology allows us to provide our patients the highest quality of cancer care in our community.
Team Focused Care
A multi-disciplinary team approach to cancer provides our patients the best available treatment options. Each new cancer case is presented and discussed by all disciplines including medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists, physicists and GYN oncologists during weekly Tumor Conferences. Nursing staff and
other medical specialists often attend to learn the latest techniques. Continuing education units (CEU) are offered to participants. This team approach merges the medical minds of physicians and specialists to develop the best possible treatment plans for our cancer patients.

Most physicians practicing at the Cancer Center at Taylor Regional Hospital are on faculty at the University of Louisville. Manned with the knowledge and access to the latest clinical trials, patients can receive the most advanced treatment available.  Patients may be referred to a clinical trial, but will continue to see their oncologist for follow-up appointments.

A full-time medical oncologist, Dr. Zewdu Lissanu, has joined the staff at Taylor Regional Hospital and is now available Monday through Friday at the cancer center. 

Referring physicians continue to stay informed about their patients. The attending physician receives copies of the patient’s medical records and receives follow-up from the oncologist. If a patient’s symptoms reveal a possible reoccurrence, the attending physician can communicate directly with the oncologist.

Convenient Cancer Care
After a patient is referred, the patient receives a consultation prior
to beginning any treatment. A simulation or treatment plan is prepared and adjusted, as needed during treatment. In most cases, a new patient is seen by a medical oncologist within a week of being referred and some patients may see an oncologist the same day.

Outpatient tests, such as lab work, CT Scan or MRI services can be performed at the hospital or the location closest to the patient’s home. Tests should be sent to the Cancer Center prior to the patient’s

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