AHN Cancer Institute at Allegheny Valley Hospital

After a cancer diagnosis, you may be wondering what your options are and what the future holds. The Allegheny Valley Hospital team is with you every step of the way.

The Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Cancer Institute at Allegheny Valley has world-renowned oncology teams. These cancer specialists are experts in specific types of cancer and leaders in research, innovation, and treatment.

Our comprehensive care includes innovative surgical procedures, radiation therapies, chemotherapy treatments, and advanced imaging for early detection of tumors.

Cancer Institute at Allegheny Valley Hospital: Why choose us?

When you come to Allegheny Valley for cancer treatment, you’ll find:

  • Advanced diagnostics and treatments: The AHN Cancer Institute provides the latest diagnostic and treatment services in one easily accessible location.
  • Clinical trials: We collaborate with the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center to offer even greater access to pioneering research and clinical trials. We also work with Johns Hopkins as part of a cancer genomics tumor board for rare and advanced-stage cancers.
  • Dedicated patient services: You have access to a variety of support services, including genetic counseling, social services, nutrition counseling, and pain management.

Oncology Nurse Navigator

We know that finding out you have cancer means more than just medical diagnosis. Our Navigation Program provides you with highly trained nurses, financial advocates, and other supportive care professionals. We take care of the details so you can focus on your treatment.

Our Navigation Team works with you and your loved ones to help you manage your care and time. We are with you from the beginning, supporting you through every stage of your journey. We will:

  • Explain your treatment
  • Schedule appointments
  • Keep you informed during treatment
  • Coordinate your continued care from home.

Lung cancer screening

Allegheny Valley was the first hospital in the Allegheny Health Network system to offer low-dose computed tomography (CT) screening for lung cancer. People who have a history of smoking or other risk factors for lung cancer can get a yearly low-dose CT screening to check for any signs of disease.

This easy, painless test helps us detect lung cancer at its earliest stage when the chances for successful treatment are highest.

Contact us

Call (412) DOCTORS (412) 362-8677 or request an appointment with an Allegheny Valley Hospital specialist.

Find us

Allegheny Valley Hospital
1301 Carlisle Street
Natrona Heights, PA 15065