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Introducing The New Ogden Clinic Cancer Center

Introducing The New Ogden Clinic Cancer Center

Ogden Clinic has over 20 medical specialties that work together to provide the most comprehensive patient experience possible. However, cancer treatment has been a missing piece of our network—until now. Join us in welcoming Utah Hematology Oncology to Ogden Clinic. They are a trusted Cancer Center featuring five outstanding providers and two locations. Learn more about this partnership and what to expect in 2022.

About Utah Hematology Oncology

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Utah Hematology Oncology’s team includes Lynn Larsen NP-C, Jan Davis NP-C, Dr. Carl Gray, Kylie Money PA-C, and Kelly Mikesell PA-C (left to right).

Utah Hematology Oncology is a longstanding Cancer Center serving Weber and Davis Counties. Their team includes Dr. Carl Gray, Nurse Practitioners Jan Davis and Lynn Larsen, and Physician Assistants Kelly Mikesell and Kylie Money. They treat adults with all types of cancer, including rare, complex, and advanced cancers that require deep expertise. This location also conducts a number of clinical trials throughout the year, which are scientific studies to test the safety and/or efficacy of drugs, diagnostic procedures, and other therapies. More about clinical trials below.

Cancer Treatments Coming to Ogden Clinic

All types of cancer are treated at Utah Hematology Oncology | Ogden Clinic, with the exception of pediatric cancers. Our specialists use a variety of modalities including surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy (or targeted therapy) to combat cancers such as:

  • Blood cancers
  • Bone cancers and sarcomas
  • Brain tumors
  • Breast cancer
  • Endocrine tumors
  • Gastrointestinal cancers
  • Gynecological cancers
  • Head and neck cancers
  • Lung cancer
  • Prostate and urological cancers
  • …and more

What to Know About Utah Hematology Oncology’s Merge with Ogden Clinic

Effective in January 2022, Utah Hematology Oncology will be renamed Utah Hematology Oncology | Ogden Clinic. The Cancer Center maintains the same phone number, locations, and hours of operation.

Ogden Clinic is a healthcare staple in Northern Utah. However, cancer treatment was a missing piece of our medical specialties, so both practices benefit from this partnership. Utah Hematology Oncology will soon reach more patients throughout the state and accept more insurance providers than previously. This partnership also improves operations, giving cancer patients a better experience with scheduling, billing, and viewing health records. Expect the same level of care you’ve come to expect from us, now with a stronger healthcare network that’s local to Utah.

The two Cancer Centers are located in Ogden at 5290 S 400 E and in Layton at 2132 N 1700 W, Suite 301.

NEW to Ogden Clinic: Clinical Trials

Utah Hematology Oncology will also bring clinical trials to the Ogden Clinic network in January. Clinical trials help scientists answer questions about new cancer therapies, including:

  • What diseases should they be used for?
  • What doses of new drugs are most effective?
  • Which patients can benefit the most from them?

Before a medication can be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) it must be tested through clinical trials. Through them, we can determine if a new treatment is safe and effective for people with a specific medical condition. Treatments can be a drug, medical device, medical procedure, or a change in a person’s behavior such as diet or exercise. Nearly all cancer drugs in use today were tested and made available to patients through clinical trials.

View Current Clinical Trials

If you are a patient of Utah Hematology Oncology and have questions, please call the main office at (801) 476-1777. To learn more about the merge or clinical trial participation, please visit our website.