Our Family

We are one family


We believe in empowering our employees to go above and beyond as individuals

Our employees are an extremely important asset to our family. We refer to them as stakeholders because they have a stake in our ability to help win the fight against cancer every day. Our stakeholders know that everything they do on a daily basis ultimately supports the care of the patients and caregivers, and genuinely makes a difference in the lives of others.

As soon as you walk through the doors of Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Western Regional Medical Center (Western) in Goodyear, Arizona, you will not only feel the family atmosphere, you will see it as well. The way stakeholders interact with each other and the way we treat patients and guests, fosters a warm and inviting environment. It inspires our patients to fight their disease and provides our stakeholders with the tools and support they need to not only be the best stakeholder, but the best person they can be each day.

The leadership team at CTCA® at Western consistently strives to create an environment that allows stakeholders to have the freedom to succeed, while providing a layer of support. Stakeholders are encouraged to share their feedback and ideas with their manager or the executive leadership team. A recent example of our open environment at Western came from our culinary team. Stakeholders from our culinary department approached their leadership and asked to increase their level of patient interaction. Their idea was not only well received, but acted on immediately. Culinary staff members now incorporate patient rounding in the dining room as a part of their shift.

Every stakeholder has two things in common - passion and compassion. They are passionate about their jobs and helping people, but at the same time compassionate enough to take time to get to know our patients and their families. We are the type of people who strive to help our patients forget about their cancer, even if it’s only for awhile. Our stakeholders are empowered to go above and beyond to make a difference. Small gestures, such as walking a patient to their next appointment or taking the time to listen, make a huge impact.

If you are a compassionate individual who wants to be empowered to make a difference, we would love to meet you! Visit the Job Opportunities menu to find out what jobs are available for you today.


  • 2013 Named one of the top 40 Most Admired Companies in Arizona by AZ Business Magazine
  • 2013 IMPACT Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence in the Large Business Category from the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
  • 2013 Phoenix Business Journal's Forty Under 40, Class of 2013 - Dr. Glen J. Weiss
  • 2013 "ONS Employer Recognition Award" by the Oncology Nursing Society
  • 2013 "Winner of AZ Business Magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Award for Physician of the Year": Dr. Walter Quan, Jr.
  • 2013 "Winner of AZ Business Magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Award for Special Achievement": Executive Chef Frank Caputo
  • 2013 "Number one cancer treatment center in Arizona" by Arizona Business Magazine.
  • 2012 "Forty Under 40, Class of 2012" by Phoenix Business Journal’s – Elizabeth Maribito
  • 2012 "Winner of AZ Business Magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Award for Volunteer of the Year:" Jean Reynolds
  • 2012 "Winner of AZ Business Magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Award for Hospital Administrator of the Year:" Dr. Edgar Staren
  • 2012 "Best Places to Work" by Phoenix Business Journal
  • 2012 "Leadership Excellence" Spotlight Award by AZ Business Magazine
  • 2012 "Arizona Most Admired Companies" by AZ Business Magazine
  • 2012 "100 Best Companies in Arizona" by BestCompaniesAZ
  • 2012 "Industry Leaders of Arizona" by AZ Business Magazine
  • 2011 "Named one of the Valley’s Healthiest Employers;" selected based on our outstanding health and wellness program and for our innovative strategies for keeping our workforce healthy
  • 2011 "Winner of AZ Business Magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Award for Hospital Executive"
  • 2011 "Winner of AZ Business Magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Award for Community Outreach": Molly Stockley
  • "Phoenix Business Journal’s Forty Under 40, Class of 2011" – Molly Stockley
  • 2010 "Westmarc Best of the West – Health Care Service To Communities Award"
  • 2010 "Westmarc Emerging Leader Award" – Molly Stockley
  • 2010 "CTCA at Western recognized as Arizona’s Hospital of the Year at the Health Care Leadership Awards"
  • 2010 "Service to Communities Health & Wellness Winner: CTCA"
  • 2010 "Winner of AZ Business Magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Award for Hospital of the Year: Cancer Treatment Centers of America"


“CTCA at Western Regional Medical Center is a very special place to work - you can tell the minute you walk through the doors. You will find your dream job here.”
-Jackie, Director of Education

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