With the recent spread of COVID-19, it is important to be mindful of not only yourself but others around you. In accordance with California state guidelines, we are requiring that all visitors to cCARE clinic locations wear a mask and practice social distancing. To help facilitate social distancing measures, we have opened up additional seating areas and visitor restrictions are currently in place at all locations.
Please contact our office prior to your appointment and notify us if you, or whoever will be accompanying you to your appointment, has any of the following symptoms: runny nose, dry cough, low-grade fever or shortness of breath. Also note that, whenever appropriate, we continue to schedule telemedicine appointments to limit the need for patients to leave home.
If you have any questions regarding your treatment plan, please reach out to your doctor's medical assistant for answers. Need contact info? Visit your doctor's page and reference the "Who Do I Call?" button.
Dr. Joseph Lemon treated a patient with aggressive triple negative breast cancer, and she published her story in the Merced Sun-Star hoping to educate women about the importance of mammograms and self-exams.
Fresno-based cCARE (CCA) has been selected as the recipient of the National 2009 HOPE (Hematology and Oncology Practice Excellence) award as the best example of a medium-sized practice in the category of Clinical Best Practices.
Hematology & Oncology News features California Cancer Associates for Research & Excellence for earning the HOPE (Hematology and Oncology Practice Excellence) award, in the category of Clinical Best Practices.