When facing cancer, the first step is knowing who to call.

As northern Indiana's first comprehensive cancer center, we offer world-class expertise and personalized, compassionate care. When Dr. Peter Delneky was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he traveled from his home in Florida to receive the kind of care he knew he could only find at Goshen. 

Hear Dr. Delneky's full story.

Our Approach to Cancer Care

We believe in team-based care, with you at the center. We work together on your care plan, discussing every detail of your case with each other and then, with you. We’ll talk about a lot of things: timelines, treatment options and possible outcomes. But the most important thing we’ll discuss is you.

Click here to learn more about our Integrative Care Team.

In addition, don’t forget that screenings are the most important thing you can do to take care of your health. Regular screenings help detect cancers early, when treatment is likely to work best. Visit GoshenScreenings.com to learn more about the screenings we offer.


We treat a wide range of cancers, including complex and uncommon forms of the disease.


At Goshen, we combine traditional and supportive treatments to help you live longer – and live as fully as possible.

Your Team

We have a dedicated team of oncologists and cancer care specialists committed to delivering the best possible care you’ll find anywhere. From initial diagnosis to recovery and beyond – we’re all in this together.


See a complete list of our Cancer Care Providers


Information is powerful – especially when it relates to your health and your health care. That's why we equip you with the insights and tools to quickly become a patient, get a second opinion, find a place to stay during treatment and more. If you have a question not answered within these resources, please give us a call at (888) 492-HOPE.

Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Tips to take care of your bone health


    Certain cancer treatments can put you at increased risk of weak or thinning bones. That means you may have a greater chance of broken bones or fractures.

  • Retired Elkhart fire captain chooses adaptive radiation therapy to treat prostate cancer


    A diagnosis of prostate cancer brought Jeff Alwine to his knees. Nearly every member of his family had died from cancer, including his father. Now he faced the disease on an even more personal level.

  • Prostate cancer: What you need to know


    As we age, we increase the likelihood of developing certain types of cancer. That’s why it’s important for men around age 50 to talk to their healthcare provider about their risk of developing prostate cancer and when to begin having a prostate-specific antigen screening – or PSA test.

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We can help

We make getting the care you need as easy as possible. You can make your own appointment with our oncology team without a physician referral. Simply fill out our self-referral form or give us a call.

(888) 492-HOPE