RELOCATE TO PHOENIX
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Western is located in Goodyear, Arizona—just 25 miles from Phoenix. We love our sunny home and the vibrant lifestyle of the Southwest. When you join CTCA® Western, you'll experience a city that offers some of the most diverse activities—including hiking, boating, shopping and golfing. Feel inspired by our nature and awed by our technology. Whatever your interests, Phoenix is an exciting place to work, live and play.
Learn more by visiting the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.
VOLUNTEER AT CTCA
As a volunteer at CTCA, you'll play an important and valued role in providing healing and hope in the lives of cancer patients and their families. A volunteer experience with the H.O.P.E. Team at CTCA is like no other, and it will be rewarding beyond your imagination.
The volunteer program offers numerous opportunities ranging from direct interaction with patients, their caregivers, and behind-the-scenes services. The H.O.P.E. Team will assist you in finding the volunteer position that best matches your skills, interests and availability.
The H.O.P.E program has specific program requirements; however, volunteer roles include an array of benefits such as discounts in the gift shop and on natural supplements, complimentary meals on the day of volunteering, and the invitation to numerous CTCA events such as patient celebrations, company picnic's etc.
For more information on becoming a volunteer at Western Regional Medical Center, please visit www.hopeteamaz.org
HOW WE SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY
- The Gateway for Cancer Research
- Stand Up 2 Cancer
- Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
- The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society®
- Entertainment Industry Foundation
- Pancreatic Cancer Action Network®
- Assistance in Healthcare
- American Cancer Society®
- National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
- Colon Cancer Alliance
- The Wellness Community/Cancer Support Community™
- WeSpark Cancer Support Center
- Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance
- Beat Cancer Boot Camp
CTCA also created The Mary Brown Stephenson Memorial Program, which allocates funds to provide treatment to indigent community members fighting cancer.