Metastatic Cancer is also treated at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital. Metastasis is a word used to describe the spread of cancer. Unlike normal cells, cancer cells have the ability to grow outside of the place in the body where they originated. When this happens, it is called metastatic cancer. Nearly all types of cancer have the ability to metastasize, but whether they do depends on a variety of individual factors.
We use the latest research, treatment, advanced technology, quality care and, most importantly, the dedication of our caring staff to fight all stages of cancer. From diagnosis to the conclusion of treatment, our multidisciplinary professional team acts as a patient navigator and maps out a course of action and supports your choices regarding fighting your illness.
Feel confident that the cancer care you need is here at Moore Regional Hospital, but when it isn’t our relationship with regional academic centers allows us to facilitate referrals.
The Comprehensive Cancer Center at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital has received approval with commendation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons.
We provide cancer care, treatment, therapy and support for patients in the Pinehurst, Sanford, Raeford, Laurinburg, Lumberton, Troy and Rockingham regions of North Carolina and beyond.