Erie Shores Healthcare Elevating Cancer Treatment Options In County

Erie Shores HealthCare (ESHC) proudly unveils the Oncology and Outpatient Care Clinic, a satellite clinic aligned with the Erie St. Clair Regional Cancer Program. This partnership signifies a new era of advanced cancer care within our community.

The Oncology and Outpatient Care Clinic will provide crucial chemotherapy and immunotherapy treatments, offering Essex County patients a treatment option close to home.

“Today marks a milestone as we introduce the Oncology and Outpatient Care Clinic, a testament to our commitment to ensuring cutting-edge cancer treatments are accessible to all residents of Essex County,” said Kristin Kennedy, President and Chief Executive Officer of ESHC.

“By establishing this level four satellite clinic, we emphasize our dedication to tailored treatment strategies that meet the unique needs of each patient.”

Patient eligibility for the Oncology and Outpatient Care Clinic will be determined through collaborative discussions with oncologists, ensuring treatments are administered at the optimal location according to individual medical considerations and preferences.

One of the patients benefiting from this partnership is John Loncke, a Kingsville resident who began his treatment journey at ESHC earlier this summer. “I am profoundly grateful for the opportunity to receive chemotherapy in my community,” Loncke said. “Being treated nearby significantly eases the stress of my treatment process.”

For a comprehensive overview of the Oncology and Outpatient Care Clinic, please visit

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  1. Avatar Dr. Robert Page

    In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Leamington District Memorial Hospital had a Cancer Chemotherapy clinic staffed by Dr. Bruce McDonald. Dr McDonald was a resident of Leamington and a staff member of the Windsor Cancer clinic. The clinic closed when Dr. McDonald moved away.

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