Ashland Bellefonte Cancer Center

(606) 836-0202

(800) 543-3728 (Toll Free)

Real People, Real Stories

Bob Matthews of Ashland, KY
Lymphoma

Bob Matthews of Ashland chose Doctor Kirti Jain......Read Story


Carla Pauley of Flatwoods, KY
Lymphoma

It all started when Carla lost her mother...Read Story


Barbara Hogsten of Westwood, KY
Leukemia

Barbara has had a long battle with multiple medical....Read Story


Deborah McCabe of Ironton, OH
Breast Cancer

“There are 3 parts to cancer – the spiritual part, keeping....Read Story


Sally Lloyd of Ashland, KY
Exterior Squamous Cell Cancer

For almost 2 years Sally thought she had hemorrhoids....Read Story


Homer Waddle of Ironton, OH
Rectal Cancer

Two years ago on New Year's Eve...Read Story



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History

Ashland Bellefonte Cancer Center, (ABCC), opened its doors in 1985, in affiliation with Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital. The office is conveniently located next to the hospital and offers the latest treatments and technology. Patients of HCC also have access to a IMRT, IGRT and PET/CT which are the most advanced modalities for detecting cancer and serves not only as cancer detection tool but is also useful in determining and monitoring treatments.

At ABCC our patients have the convenience of receiving chemotherapy in the office and avoid the hassles of going to the hospital. The chemotherapy room offers patients a sense of comfort and privacy in order to make them feel more at ease during treatment.

Prior to the opening of the ABCC, options for cancer treatment were not available to the Tri-State, individuals with cancer would have to seek treatment in big cities. In fact, there was not a board certified oncologist/hematologist in the area.

ABCC has been serving the Tri-State area for over 30 years. We have gained the trust and respect of the community and treated over 5,000 patients.

Our team of world class professionals are committed to our patients, the community, and dedicated to the treatment of cancer. At the ABCC we are building hope and saving lives.