Anytime Darlene Bratberg brings a smile to someone’s face, it’s been a good day. Those smiles are the reason she volunteers at Willmar Regional Cancer Center. As a retired ACMC nurse, it gives her a way to continue to connect with patients even if they aren’t officially her patients. It’s also one way she honors… more ›
After a cancer diagnosis, finding the best medical care is a priority. Willmar Regional Cancer Center gives patients from west central and southwest Minnesota access to current therapies, clinical trials, and personalized care in a modern, state-of-the-art facility that’s close to home. We also collaborate with specialists at other cancer centers
to accommodate local treatment whenever possible.
It's the best care. Right here.
Patients and Families
We know you have a lot of questions about your first visit to Willmar Regional Cancer Center. What should you expect? What should you ask? … more ›
No one knows what you’re going through better than another cancer patient or caregiver. Willmar Regional Cancer Center offers ongoing Cancer Support Classes... more ›
Advances in the prevention and treatment of cancer and controlling the side effects of cancer treatment depend on information gained from … more ›
News & Updates
Pictured L to R: Rachel Louwagie, RN, Pat Broman, Radiation Therapist, Tod Speer, M.D., Radiation Oncologist, Katie Berg, Radiation Therapist, Charlene Gordon, Dosimetrist For many patients with...
Willmar Medical Services is pleased to announce that Amy Mugge, RN, has been hired as the new Director for Willmar Regional Cancer Center. She replaces Kellie Prentice, who has been...
As a pathologist at Rice Memorial Hospital, Dr. Steve Vanderwerf is used to working behind the scenes—at least when it comes to patient care. But his job is a very...
Willmar Regional Cancer Center began its first treatment of Xofigo® (radium-223 dichloride) earlier this month. It’s the latest treatment option for men with advanced prostate cancer. “This is a huge benefit...
Willmar Regional Cancer Center is pleased to announce the addition of Registered Nurse, Lisa McBrian, as a new Cancer Navigator on their team. Lisa received her Master of Arts - Clinical Nurse...
Dr. Tod Speer, the Radiation Oncologist at the Willmar Regional Cancer Center, was recently awarded a pilot grant from the UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR). Dr. Speer...
Willmar Regional Cancer Center is proud to announce it has been named a 2013 Guardian of Excellence Award winner by Press Ganey Associates, Inc. The Guardian of Excellence Award recognizes...