Cofer, Saunders, Clark, and Meyer Named 2020 Top DocsPosted on June 15, 2020
On behalf of the entire medical team at Thompson Cancer Survival Center, we are proud to congratulate Kenneth Cofer, MD and Brook Saunders, MD for being recognized as top Gynecologic Oncologists in Cityview Magazine’s Top Doc issue. Grant Clark, MD and Joseph Meyer, MD, also part of Thompson Cancer Survival Center’s care team, were recognized […]
Welcome Michael Magee, MDPosted on May 12, 2020
Michael Magee, MD “We specialize in hope!“ Meet Dr. Magee – Video Board Certification: Hematology and Medical Oncology Fellowship: Oncology Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York City, NY Hematology Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN Residency: Internal Medicine Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, TN Medical School: University of Tennessee Location: Thompson Oncology Group – Blount 220 BMH Cancer Center, […]
Rob Sanders Award WinnerPosted on February 6, 2020
Michelle Cannon, a medical assistant at our Thompson Oncology Group – Blount location, was honored with the first-ever Rob Sanders Award on February 5, 2020. Created in honor of Rob Sanders, this award recognizes non-nurse employees who go above and beyond to improve the experience for our patients, family members, and coworkers. Michelle was nominated […]
Welcome David Chism, MDPosted on January 27, 2020
David Chism, MD “Nearly three decades ago, my uncle’s diagnosis of stage four kidney cancer was devastating because there were few treatment options. Since then, cancer treatment has become more effective through tremendous advancements in immunotherapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapies. As an oncologist, I’m pleased to provide these advanced treatment methods to my patients.” Meet […]
Longtime Oncology Executive to Lead Thompson Cancer Survival CenterPosted on July 24, 2019
Covenant Health announces that Scott Warwick has been named chief administrative officer of Thompson Cancer Survival Center, the health system’s flagship cancer program.
Bright Days AheadPosted on May 31, 2018
Robin MacLean guesses that she did the most damage to her skin during the early part of her career with the United States Navy while stationed in Hawaii. Several days later MacLean found out the mole on her back was a cancerous melanoma.
A New PerspectivePosted on August 3, 2017
On any given day, you’ll find cancer patients and survivors who have found hope and help at Thompson Comprehensive Breast Center.