Cancer Is a Journey.
Your treatment
shouldn't be.

At Hancock Health’s Sue Ann Wortman Cancer Center, we bring cancer down to size. Our leading-edge treatments, listen-first approach, and convenient care options are all about helping you live your best life with cancer—until you’re living without it.

Give us a call at 317-468-4600 to find care or schedule your cancer screening today.

Connect with a nurse navigator

Hope Lives Here

Our Nurse Navigators

Our nurse navigators are Oncology Certified Nurses with many years of experience caring for cancer patients. They enjoy getting to know you—in fact, that’s one of the most important parts of their job. They’re here to help you coordinate and schedule your upcoming appointments, answer questions about your physician visit or care path, order medication, and take care of all the little things so you can focus on your personal health.

Medicine & Technology

The Sue Ann Wortman Cancer Center is accredited through the American College of Surgeons and is a world-class cancer treatment facility. We use the latest treatments and techniques to put cancer in its place, including:

  • TrueBeam® Linear Accelerator
  • Stereotactic body radiotherapy
  • Stereotactic radiosurgery
  • Image-guided radiotherapy
  • Vision RT
  • Hypofractionated treatment


We bring exceptional cancer care close to home. The Sue Ann Wortman Cancer Center is conveniently located in Greenfield—about 20 minutes east of Indianapolis. Our physicians also provide care at multiple locations in and around Indianapolis, so the big-time cancer care you need is always right down the street.

Survivorship Programs

Cancer is a test of the spirit as well as the body. We’re here to support you and your family during and after your cancer journey with our many free survivorship programs. We offer support groups, a survivorship wellness program through the Hancock Wellness Center, dietary support, Coping with Crafts classes, and an annual Survivorship Celebration.

Call 317-325-2643

Advanced Care Navigation

Our team will be right beside you throughout your treatment to make sure you have all the resources and support you need. In instances where you may need specialized care, we have a multidisciplinary team of physicians throughout Central Indiana that we seamlessly work with to address your needs.

Common Cancers we treat

Breast Cancer

What is breast cancer?

Breast cancer is a disease that forms in the cells of the breasts. It can occur in both men and women, but it’s far more common in women.

Getting a diagnosis.

Your doctor will most likely order a mammogram—if it shows any abnormalities, a biopsy will be performed to determine if you have cancer. If you are diagnosed with breast cancer, your doctor will work to establish the extent or stage of your cancer, which helps determine a treatment plan.

Treatment options.

Your doctor determines your breast cancer treatment options based on your type of cancer, its stage, and whether the cancer cells are sensitive to hormones. Your overall health and family history are also taken into consideration as well. Treatment options include:

  • Breast cancer surgery
  • Radiation therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Hormone Therapy
  • Targeted thereapy drugs
  • Immunotherapy
  • Palliative care

Lung Cancer

What is lung cancer?

There are two general types of lung cancer. The first is non-small cell, which is an umbrella term for several types of cancer including squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, and large cell carcinoma. The second is small cell—but the majority of lung cancers are non-small cell.

Getting a diagnosis.

If you have a history of smoking and have quit, you’re a good candidate for a low-dose lung CT scan, which helps diagnose lung cancer at a much earlier stage. A lung scan can also help rule out other health conditions.

Treatment options.

You and your doctor will choose a treatment plan based on several factors, including your overall health and the type and stage of your cancer. Treatment options include:

  • Surgery
  • Radiation therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Stereotactic body radiotherapy
  • Targeted thereapy drugs
  • Immunotherapy
  • Palliative care

Prostate Cancer

What is prostate cancer?

Prostate cancer occurs in the prostate gland, which produces the seminal fluid that transports sperm. It usually grows slowly and is initially confined to the prostate gland, where it may not cause serious harm. However, some types are aggressive and can spread quickly.

Getting a diagnosis.

If a DRE (Digital Rectal Exam) or PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) test detects an abnormality, your doctor may recommend further tests to determine whether you have prostate cancer, such as an ultrasound, biopsy, or MRI. If a biopsy confirms the presence of cancer, the next step is to determine a treatment plan.

Treatment options.

For men diagnosed with low-risk prostate cancer, treatment may not be necessary right away. More aggressive prostate cancer may require one or more of the following treatments:

  • Surgery to remove prostate
  • Radiation therapy
  • Hormone therapy
  • Freezing prostate tissue
  • Chemotherapy
  • Immunotherapy

The Sue Ann Wortman Cancer Center: What to Expect

At the Sue Ann Wortman Cancer Center, we have leading-edge cancer care and technology—including ten treatment bays overlooking our Zen garden—designed for your comfort and privacy. We offer onsite radiation therapy, scheduling assistance, nutritional counseling, complimentary lunch on treatment days, emotional support, art therapy, a boutique gift shop, and much more—you can even have chemotherapy on our outdoor patio. We’ll also make sure to summarize your treatment plan in a way that you understand. Because everything we do is designed to get you through your cancer journey—and on with your life.

Available cancer Screenings

We provide a wide range of screening for our patients.
Give us a call 317-468-4600 to set up yours today. Available screenings include:

Lung Scans
Psa Tests

Schedule your visit today

Call (317) 325-CARE (2273) for more information or to schedule a consultation with a nurse navigator or physician.

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