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Whether celebrating a birth or treating an illness, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System recognizes that each patient has a unique story to tell. Our
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Golf Tournament raises $31k for Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center

The 44th Annual Grover C. Robbins, Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament was held at Grandfather Golf and Country Club on Tuesday, October 11, 2016. The event raised more than $31,000  [ ... ]

Public Health Advisory: Smoke Exposure from the fire in Watauga County NC

AppHealthCare (Appalachian District Health Department) and Appalachian Regional Healthcare System are advising residents and visitors to be aware of the possibility of smoke f [ ... ]

Watauga Medical Center Earns “A” Grade for Patient Safety in Fall 2016 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grad...

New Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, which assign A, B, C, D and F letter grades to hospitals nationwide and provide the most complete picture of patient safety in the U.S., w [ ... ]

3rd Annual Lighting of the Tree at Watauga Medical Center

December 15, 2016
6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Watauga Medical Center Auditorium Directions

Blood Drive at Watauga Medical Center

December 21, 2016
10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Watauga Medical Center Auditorium Directions

A Blowing Rock story: Connected at birth, together through life

Few relationships in life are more meaningful than those established at birth. This was certainly the case for Lorrine Miller, when in September 1951 she was delivered by Dr.  [ ... ]

A behind the scenes look at the hospital after dark

Few patients when entering the hospital consider all of the “behind the scenes” staff working on their behalf.

Piano playing nurse makes life better for patients at Watauga Medical Center

Many thoughts come to mind when contemplating a trip to the hospital. Where should I park? What time is surgery? Will the cafeteria food be good? Fortunately, for patients at  [ ... ]

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Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center - Appalachian Regional Healthcare System


Offering Medical and Radiation Oncology, the Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center uses a multidisciplinary approach for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancers. Through advanced technology and a team of oncology-trained, caring and compassionate professionals, the center offers exceptional diagnostic and treatment modalities that include radiation, chemotherapy, biotherapy, immunotherapy, prostate brachytherapy and hormonal treatments. Located on the Watauga Medical Center campus since its inception in 1993, there are also satellite medical oncology clinic locations in Ashe and Avery counties.


Location

Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center
336 Deerfield Road
Boone, NC 28607
(828) 262-4332

The Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center, consisting of medical oncology and radiation oncology, opened in 1993 on the Watauga Medical Center campus and recently celebrated their 20 year anniversary. The Cancer Center offers a multidisciplinary approach to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancers.



Patient Support Services

Cancer Navigation Program:

  • RN Navigation
    Financial Navigation
    Social Resource Navigation
    Breast Navigation

Licensed Counseling

Genetic Counseling Referral

Pharmacy

Nursing Quality Council

Support Groups

Pastoral Care Department
Medical

Library

Rehabilitation Services

Cancer Conference/Tumor Board

Nutrition Counseling

Volunteer Services

Palliative Care

 



Accreditation

Commission On Cancer Accreditation - Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center

The American College of Surgeons awarded the Commission on Cancer® Accreditation to the Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center.

Designation status: Accredited Community Cancer Program with three commendations. The Cancer Center has been accredited by the Commission of Cancer since 1997.