We are in the process of creating a Cancer program that will help patients navigate treatments, surgery and recovery.
Our program provides support from a variety of professionals:
- Medical Oncologists
We have a Tumor Board and participate in the Tumor Registry, which helps our patients have a better care plan for their unique needs.
Cancer can be medically treated by Hematology/Oncologists. Please visit our Physician Finder to see a complete list of physicians who provide these services in their offices and/or at LLUMC-Murrieta.
Loma Linda University Department of Radiation Medicine is pleased to announce the opening of a new location at the Loma Linda University Medical Center - Murrieta Professional Office Building. Radiation therapy patients now have access to the world-class care that LLUMC provides right in their community.
The state-of-the-art equipment available to our specialists includes:
- 3D Conformal Radiation Therapy
- Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)
- Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)
- CT Scanning and Simulation
- Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT)
- Respiratory Gating
It is our goal to make the referral process as seamless as possible and we will keep you informed of your patient's progress through whichever method of communication you prefer.
Professional Office Building (next to the hospital)
28078 Baxter Road, Suite 130 (first floor)
Murrieta, CA 92563.
Cancer treatment often begins with a surgery. To find surgeons, visit our Find A Physician section on our website and look for General Surgery and/or surgical specialties that specify cancer surgery.
We offer a free monthly support group for anyone currently going through cancer treatment, for anyone who is a caregiver and for those who have experienced the impact of cancer in their lives.
When: The first Wednesday of each month
Where: Temecula Room, Suite 210 in the Professional Office Building next to the hospital. 28078 Baxter Road, Murrieta CA 92563
Time: 6-7 p.m.
Who: Who should attend? Anyone who is currently going through cancer, helping a loved one with cancer, or who has been impacted by cancer.
Facilitator: Marsha Mathews, LMFT
Each group will begin with a guest speaker and then sharing and open discussion is facilitated. Refreshments are provided.
Frequently Used Materials
- Personal Health Manager (PHM)
These kits are located onsite and are distributed to patients diagnosed with cancer within the last 12 months. We utilize the general PHM and have a brochure sent to the patient's house specifically regarding their cancer diagnosis. This kit also contains materials that discuss what cancer is, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
- I Can Cope
The brochure offers information on how to access the information online.
- Nutrition for the Person With Cancer During Treatment
- After Diagnosis: A Guide for Patients and Families
This book seems to be unavailable on the ACS website and replaces the previous book “Caring for the Patient at Home.” Please click below if you would like a copy.
- Caring for the Patient with Cancer at Home
- Get Relief from Cancer Pain
- Road to Recovery
- In Treatment: Financial Guidance for Cancer Survivors and Their Families