The number of people dealing with or having a history of cancer continues to grow as our population ages. But with that, so do the survival rates. Rochelle Community Hospital provides the complete spectrum of cancer care – from screenings and diagnosis to treatment and support. We work with patients and their families to ensure they understand their options and treatment plan, and provide them with any added support they need.
Cancer Care Specialists in Rochelle Every Monday
Dr. Mete Korkmaz, oncologist with OSF HealthCare Saint Anthony Center for Cancer Care in Rockford, and Dr. Sabet Siddiqui, oncologist with Oncology MDs in DeKalb, see patients right here in Rochelle.
Both physicians now see patients at the Rochelle Multi-Specialty Clinic in the Health & Wellness Center - Dr. Korkmaz sees patients every Monday afternoon and Dr. Siddiqui is available every Monday afternoon.
The two treat patients with all forms of cancer including:
- Breast Cancer
- Colon Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
- Lung Cancer
- Kidney Cancer
- Throat Cancer
- Thyroid Cancer
- Uterine Cancer
What can I expect at my first Oncology visit?
Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our Multi-Specialty Clinic staff where they will collect your photo ID and insurance information. The nurse will collect your history and vital signs. You will then meet with Dr. Korkmaz or Dr. Siddiqui to talk about your diagnosis, individualized treatment plan, and options available.
What Cancer Treatments are available at RCH?
Rochelle Community Hospital can perform all diagnostic tests such as MRIs, CT scans, mammograms, X-rays, labs and blood work. We also perform biopsies and surgeries, and are able to administer infusion/chemotherapy treatments, right here in Rochelle.
What type of Cancer Support is available at RCH?
Rochelle Community Hospital, in conjunction with the RCH Foundation, established the “All About Me” cancer program. This program provides additional support and information to those suffering from cancer from care bags to financial scholarship opportunities. Visit the “All About Me” Cancer Program page to find out more information.