Cancer care at Ridgeview is nationally recognized as a Community Hospital Cancer Program*, a comprehensive program that offers all the services an adult cancer patient will need. This accreditation assures patients that treatment at our facilities meets stringent quality standards determined by nationally recognized experts.
Ridgeview’s comprehensive cancer program provides a variety of services including diagnosis, treatment, education and support. Patients have access to the latest diagnostic and treatment technology which, coupled with Ridgeview’s tradition of warm, compassionate care, offers personalized top-quality cancer services that are convenient and close to home.
Learn more about Ridgeview's Cancer Care program by reading our annual reports:
Ridgeview Cancer Program Report to the Community 2018 [PDF]
*an accreditation awarded by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer
Ridgeview Medical Center and Minnesota Oncology Partnership
Ridgeview and Minnesota Oncology have entered into a joint venture partnership to form a consolidated oncology services program with clinics conveniently located in Chaska and Waconia. This 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 consolidates them into the two current Minnesota Oncology locations in Chaska and Waconia. Ridgeview will continue to provide infusion therapy services on the Waconia campus for inpatients within the hospital and those needing after-hours or emergent infusion services.
Chaska: Lakeview Professional Building, 110105 Pioneer Trail, Suite 302
Waconia: Ridgeview Professional Building, 560 S. Maple St., Suite 100