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Outsmarting Cancer

When you or someone you love is processing a cancer diagnosis or navigating cancer treatments, quality care is what matters most. Patients at the CBCC have access to the most advanced cancer therapies and treatments, as well as exceptional guidance and support — all provided by highly experienced experts who understand your needs.

Our multidisciplinary teams use the most advanced technology to provide comprehensive care for all cancer types. We also understand that while treating the patient’s physical symptoms is crucial, it’s just as important to provide compassion and support to the patients and their families during what can be an extremely emotional time. CBCC works to keep you well – in mind, body, and spirit.

Cancer Ribbons
Cancer Ribbons

Dr. Ravi Patel

BEST Oncologist Bakersfield

Dr. Geover Fernandez

BEST Dermatologist

Dr. Shawn Shambaugh

FAVORITE Oncologist

CBCC

FAVORITE Medical Center

State-of-the-Art Treatments

Our patients are among the first in the nation to access the most promising new treatments through our partnerships with UCLA and Dignity Health. Additionally, our physicians are well respected leaders in their field and continuously bringing the latest technology to our campus. We’re Outsmarting Cancer.

Breast Health Center

Breast Health Center

Clinical Lab and Pathology

Clinical Laboratory & Pathology

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging

Infusion Center

Infusion Center

Genetic Testing & Counseling

Genetic Testing & Counseling

Medical Oncology & Hematology

Medical Oncology & Hematology

Radiation Oncology

Radiation Oncology

Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer

Other Healthcare Services

Cosmetic Dermatology

Cosmetic Dermatology

Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease

Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Medicine

Otolaryngology (ENT)

Otolaryngology (ENT)

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Amy Padilla

Breast Cancer Survivor

Amy’s discovery of breast cancer occurred during a regular check up. After a lump was found she was sent for a mammogram, and needle biopsy, which showed stage three breast cancer. Amy was shocked, considering she worked hard to take good care of her health and had no cancer records in her background.

Amy’s action plan consisted of surgery, chemo and radiation. With a family history of heart vulnerabilities, her battle was slightly tumultuous. She faced a congestive heart issue that caused her to take a break and space out her radiation sessions.

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Our team is constantly looking for ways that we can improve your care and provide you with important and relevant information. We would like to ask you for your assistance by completing the survey.

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16 Questions to Ask Your Oncologist at Your First Cancer Appointment

U.S. News | Oct. 23, 2019 | by Lisa Esposito

A cancer diagnosis is less daunting than it used to be. Fortunately, for many kinds of cancer, scientific knowledge, treatments and health outcomes are continually improving.

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Coronavirus Precautions

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