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San Juan Regional Cancer Center
731 W. Animas
Farmington, NM  87401
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

San Juan Regional Cancer Center offers compassionate and quality care to cancer patients—right here at home. When you or someone you know is diagnosed with cancer, our staff at the Cancer Center will work to identify you and your family’s needs. Whether that means help with housing, transportation, social services, interpreters, support groups, or financial counseling, we make the effort to ease physical, emotional, and financial stress.


Our Cancer Center boasts a Varian Trilogy linear accelerator, CT simulator used for treatment planning, and resource center where cancer patients and their families can learn about the disease. The building was designed to promote healing and accommodate services vital to comprehensive care—such as a Zen garden, meditation room, and waiting areas and treatment rooms designed to reduce stress.

We offer Lymphedema management as part of its comprehensive array of services available right here in the Four Corners. Our Certified Lymphedema therapist provides Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT) on an individualized basis to patients who are referred by their medical provider. 

We also feature a cancer navigator. The cancer navigator guides each cancer patient through the journey from early detection to rehabilitation and after-treatment support.

In addition to the advanced technology and medical treatments, our board-certified doctor and other highly-skilled health professionals are dedicated to providing patients with personalized healthcare and creating vitality in healing.

Linh Nguyen, MD

We continually strive for excellence and position ourselves at the forefront of the latest treatment options. In 1994, our Cancer Center became the only cancer program in the region accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. Since then, the Cancer Center has maintained its accreditation and was most recently reaccredited in 2010 with commendation.

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