Cancer Center

"Committed to fitness and a healthy diet, I never dreamed I would face a cancer diagnosis in my 50's."
Kathy Holliday, Survivor

Cancer Doesn’t Take A Holliday

An active mom and grandmother, Kathy Holliday exercised regularly and maintained a healthy lifestyle. She never expected the life-changing diagnosis of cancer to be a part of her life. Today, in addition to advocating for regular screenings, Kathy supports the expansion of the Stillwater Cancer Center.

When something like this happens, it’s a reality check. You want the best care, close to home. Stillwater Medical makes that possible.


Upgrading the Cancer Center

As cancer continues to impact lives of families and friends we love, the Cancer Center at Stillwater Medical will make significant headway in saving lives and caring for those that have been touched by this disease through upgrades at the former Tulsa Cancer Institute – Stillwater Clinic at 600 S. Adams Street. These upgrades will enhance this already state-of-the-art facility and expand it to over 18,000 square feet.

Infusion Center
The infusion center has seating for 23 infusion patients and additional seating for visitors. This includes 2 private infusion rooms, 5 semi-private infusion rooms, and a variety of open spaces, all spread across an infusion unit that includes separate “restful” and “active” zones.

There are four separate service lines included in the project:

  • Infusion
  • Pharmacy
  • Medical Oncology
  • Radiation Oncology

Our $8 million state-of-the-art cancer center will also receive endowed funds to reduce the bills of cancer patients with extreme financial limitations.

Originally constructed in 1998, the facility is located in the northeast corner of the Stillwater Medical campus. View Map.

Last Year, the Cancer Center provided:


Chemotherapeutic Agents/ Treatments


Non-chemotherapeutic Infusions/ Drug Injections


Phlebotomy and/or central port access for blood draws


Cancer Center plans
Plans for the Expanded Cancer Center include an infusion suite, a healing garden, a pharmacy, radiation oncology and medical oncology.

Other Services Provided:

  • Diagnostic CT Scans
  • CT Guided Simulations
  • Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)
  • Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)
  • Volumetric Arc Therapy (VMAT)
  • 3D Radiation Therapy (Conventional)
  • Electron Beam Therapy
  • Bone Marrow Aspiration Procedures
  • CLIA Waived Testing
  • Therapeutic Phlebotomy


Naming Opportunities

Stillwater Medical Foundation is pleased to offer a variety of naming opportunities in recognition of significant gift commitments. The financial requirements for naming opportunities differ and we work with donors, families and businesses to match an opportunity to philanthropic goals. These opportunities may include multi-year pledge gifts.

Naming OpportunitiesAvailableCost
Cancer Center1$4 Million
Infusion Suite 1$1 Million
Radiation Oncology 1$500K
Healing Garden1$250KReserved by Hoke - Smith Family
Lobby Seating Area1$200KReserved by Sioeli Maile’ Family
Pharmacy1$150KReserved by Randall Family
Private Peace Garden1$100KReserved by Filonow Family
Patient/Family Care Areas*Several$5K and AboveAnonymous
Janice and D.C. Anderson
BancFirst/BancFirst Trust
Wilma Bates
Jerry Carpenter Family
Exchange Bank of Stillwater
Jacob Foote Construction
Lynn Hughes
LeeVera Pepin Estate
Ed Shreve Estate
Buel Staton Trust
JoAnn Seamans
Beverly and Harland Wells

* Includes infusion bays, exam and consultation rooms, laboratory, staff and physicians’ offices; will be recognized on lobby donor wall.