Cancer Treatment Center
Finding out that you have cancer is frightening. Our cancer team works with you to plan a personalized course of treatment. We are here to help you beat cancer and offer advanced, comprehensive cancer care that is close to home and focused on healing the whole person, not just the cancer.
Accredited for 26 continuous years by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer, the CHRISTUS Cancer Treatment Center provides comprehensive cancer care, including hematology, medical oncology and radiation, as well as genetic counseling. The health system offers state-of-the-art radiation therapy with the NovalisTX as well as robotic-assisted surgery for prostate cancer and gynecological conditions.
Our team of providers includes, Dr. Boniol, Dr. Chan, Dr. Chintapalli, Dr. Massingill and Dr. Snead as well as Physician Assistant, Cheryl Duncan and Nurse Practitioner, Kate Young.
From education and prevention to diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation, we offer comprehensive heart care services and prevention programs to help lower your risk of heart disease.
Our heart care does not end when you go home. We are here with care and support for you and your family throughout your healing process. Our specialists treat all types of heart and vascular conditions and disorders using the most advanced technologies and surgical treatments available. We provide emergency, preventive and restorative cardiac care, from diagnostic services and innovative research, to complex interventional procedures and open heart surgery.
Chapel Expansion Fund
The Chapel is located on the first floor of CHRISTUS Highland Medical Center. As our campus has grown over the past years, we want to grow our chapel to better meet the needs of patients, families, associates and community members. The Chapel Expansion project will almost triple the size of our current chapel. Architectural design is underway and plans are forthcoming to illustrate the expansion project. Our chapel is available to serve members of all faiths and many cherished heirlooms from the original Grace Home chapel and the Schumpert campus will be a part of the design to celebrate the rich history of the CHRISTUS ministry in Shreveport-Bossier.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals national partners raise donations throughout the year through balloon campaigns, so when you go into a store and the cashier asks if you would like to donate to CMNH—GIVE with confidence that your dollar will be used locally. The national partners in our own community that support our CHRISTUS children’s programs include CEFCO Food Fast, Dairy Queen, Game Stop, Great Clips, Love’s Travel Stops, RE/MAX, Take 5 Oil Change, Valvoline, Walmart and Sam’s Club stores, and Panda Express. Additional businesses and organizations in our local community who also share our goal of helping kids include Barksdale Federal Credit Union, Phi Mu, and KSLA Ch. 12.
CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health System Shreveport-Bossier became of member of this national organization in 2012. Since that time, CHRISTUS has added multiple CMN Hospital Programs including:
- Learn more about Miracle Tour, our local cycling fundraiser supporting of CMN Hospital Programs
- Learn more about Extra Life, an effort uniting thousands of gamers around the world to play games in support of their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
In 2017, Grace Home transitioned to beautiful suites within CHRISTUS Highland Medical Center. These newly designed suites allow for a private room for the patient, complete with comfortable and beautiful furnishings, attached to a family suite. Both patient room and family suite have sleeper recliners, private bathrooms with walk-in showers and large-screen televisions. The family suite also has a sofa that converts to a bed, desk and chair, microwave, refrigerator and Keurig coffee machine. A lounge space is available adjacent to the suites. Reserved, front-row parking is available for families of Grace Home patients. Grace Home at CHRISTUS Highland provides 24-hour nursing care for patients end-of-life hospice needs.
Tribute bricks and signage placed at the former Grace Home location on Margaret Place will remain in place to offer a lasting legacy of these cherished individuals. Additional tribute signage, capturing the information from the original location, is being designed and created for installation at CHRISTUS Highland.
Where the Need is Greatest
Where the need is greatest gift designation represents the CHRISTUS Foundation Shreveport-Bossier general unrestricted fund. These donations can be utilized to support needs of CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health System in fulfilling the mission of extending the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.