Dr. Nicole Hartung Joins Minnesota Oncology & Ridgeview Cancer & Infusion Center in Chaska

{image_1}CHASKA, MN – Minnesota Oncology is pleased to announce that Nicole Hartung, MD, is now seeing patients at Minnesota Oncology & Ridgeview Cancer & Infusion Center in Chaska.

Dr. Hartung joined Minnesota Oncology in 2001 and has cared for patients at various Minnesota Oncology locations over the years. “My philosophy is to offer compassionate, evidence-based medical oncology care to my patients, while educating them and their families about their disease, treatment, and overall care,” Dr. Hartung says.

Dr. Hartung is a graduate of University of Missouri Medical School in Kansas City. She completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Missouri Truman Medical Center and a fellowship in Medical Oncology, at Scripps Clinic/Green Hospital in La Jolla, Calif.

Dr. Hartung treats all types of cancer, with a special interest in the treatment of breast cancer, lung cancer, and colon cancer. She is a member of the Minnesota Board of Directors for Susan G. Komen® Race for the Cure.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Hartung at Minnesota Oncology & Ridgeview Cancer & Infusion Center in Chaska , please call 952-361-5800.

Ridgeview Medical Center and Minnesota Oncology began a joint venture partnership in September 2016 to form consolidated oncology services program with clinics conveniently located in Chaska and Waconia. This new, formal partnership strengthens the existing, long-term relationship between the two health care providers while providing the most comprehensive, convenient and highest quality of oncology/hematology and specialty infusion care in the region.

The new Minnesota Oncology & Ridgeview Cancer & Infusion Center brings together competing services and clinics, and consolidate them into the two current Minnesota Oncology locations in Chaska(Lakeview Professional Building, 110105 Pioneer Trail, Suite 302) and Waconia (Ridgeview Professional Building, 560 S. Maple Street, Suite 100).


About Minnesota Oncology
Minnesota Oncology is a group of more than 70 oncology and hematology specialists dedicated solely to the diagnosis and treatment of various cancers—lung, breast, gynecological, colorectal, prostate and others—as well as many blood disorders. It has 11 locations across the Twin Cities metropolitan area and is the largest independent oncology practice in the region. The practice has a history of innovation—bringing a community-based, integrated cancer care model and dedication to continuing advancements in the treatment of cancer. Minnesota Oncology patients have access to specialists in medical oncology, radiation oncology, Minnesota Oncology’s full circle of care includes access to assistance such as social work and patient advocacy, nutrition therapy, patient financial counselors, educational classes, support groups, nurse navigators, advance care planning, palliative care and a survivorship program. For more information, visit www.mnoncology.com.

About Ridgeview Medical Center and its Cancer Care Program
Ridgeview is nationally recognized as a Community Cancer Program, accredited by the Commission on Cancer, partnering with leading cancer care providers, clinics and programs to diagnose, treat and support more than 500 adult cancer patients annually through a multidisciplinary team.

Ridgeview Medical Center is an independent, nonprofit, regional health care system located 35 minutes west of Minneapolis on Highway 5. Its network includes two hospitals—located in Waconia and Arlington—a multitude of primary and specialty care clinics, emergency services and specialty programs, and Two Twelve Medical Center in Chaska—a free-standing 24/7 emergency and urgent care facility with multispecialty clinics and services. For more information, visit www.ridgeviewmedical.org.




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