Zangmeister Cancer Center Expands New Clinic

Patients will have access to in-house lab and pathology, infusion therapy and financial counseling

By HFT Editorial Staff
January 13, 2022

Zangmeister Cancer Center and American Oncology Network (AON) recently opened a new cancer center in Grove City, Ohio.Patients at the new clinic will have access to in-house lab and pathology, infusion therapy and financial counseling.

“We serve the local community as an independent oncology practice focused on providing the best oncology and hematology care while also responsibly controlling cancer costs for patients,” saysSam Mikhail, Zangmeistermedical oncologist. “This combination ensures the best possible outcomes while reducing financial burdens for patients.”

“As a long-term community oncology practice, the Zangmeister model of care is to provide the best possible yet affordable care close to where their patients live. The opening of this new clinic will bring Grove City patients access to the latest advancements in diagnosing and treating cancer right in the community where they live,” said Todd Schonherz, AON chief executive officer.

Zangmeister offers medical oncology and hematology treatment. Physicians collaborate with their colleagues in radiation therapy, surgery, genetics, pathology and clinical research to ensure each patient has a comprehensive, multidisciplinary plan of care.

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