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Fort Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology to provide medical oncology care at KCH

WARSAW, Ind. (April 6, 2018) – Kosciusko Community Hospital, a member of the Lutheran Health Network, announced today that specialists from Fort Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology will begin providing medical oncology services at its Cancer Care Center April 16.

An experienced team including Yasolatha Nalamolu, MD, Dolly Quispe, MD, and Ahad Sadiq, MD, will guide the outpatient medical oncology care for the KCH program in Warsaw. Additionally, this team of specialists will also provide inpatient consultation at the hospital. The Kosciusko Community Hospital Cancer Care Center is located at 1520 Provident Drive.

The Fort Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology team will join specialists from Radiation Oncology Associates, including Mark Ranck, MD, Xiao Lin, MD, and Nathan Comsia, MD, to expand the scope of care already available at the center. Collectively, the cancer care team at KCH provides local patients the most comprehensive access to oncology services in the area.

“We are fortunate to have this team of accomplished medical oncologists join our program to deliver personalized cancer care utilizing the latest treatments and technologies here in Warsaw,” said Kirk Ray, CEO, Kosciusko Community Hospital. “This collaboration of medical oncology specialists and radiation oncology specialists will provide powerful, compassionate care for community members fighting cancer.” 

Patients are encouraged to call (574) 372-3800 for additional information.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT:  
Joy Lohse
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(574) 372-7677

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