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UVA Cancer Center, a department of UVA Culpeper Medical Center

545 Sunset Ln.

Culpeper, VA 22701

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Call 540.829.4352

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Location hours:

  • Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
     

Parking: Free for patients and visitors.

UVA Cancer Center, a department of UVA Culpeper Medical Center
545 Sunset Ln.
Culpeper, VA 22701
United States

540.829.4352

Directions
Overview

We provide long-term care for adult patients with cancer and blood disorders, including medical oncology, hematology, and radiation oncology. We offer:

  • Quality cancer treatment close to home at Culpeper Medical Center
  • Local access to leading technology, clinical trials and advanced capabilities from UVA Health experts in Culpeper
  • Infusion services, including chemotherapy, immunotherapy and targeted therapies
  • Radiation therapy treatments that avoid healthy tissues and organs, resulting in improved outcomes, fewer side effects and higher quality of life
  • X-ray therapy for skin cancer
  • Skilled staff, including radiation and medical oncologists, oncology-certified nurses, social workers and dietitians

Learn more about our cancer services.

Patient Information

Test Results

We’ll call you about lab and X-ray results or tell you during your appointment. Other tests and scans usually take two to three days. Call our office if you don’t get a result within four days.

Infusion & Chemotherapy

You may need to receive chemo or other medicine intravenously (directly into the bloodstream with an IV), orally or by injection. We provide specialized treatments and support when you get infusion therapy.

After Hours

We encourage you to call our answering service with medical concerns after hours and on weekends. One of our staff doctors is available 24/7.

Useful information to have available when you call includes:

  • Your doctor’s name
  • Condition for which you are being treated
  • Medications you are taking, including chemotherapy
  • Explanation of symptoms and concerns

Try to keep your prescriptions up to date. It’s often difficult for the on-call doctor to call in a medication. These prescriptions need to be handwritten, picked up and taken to a pharmacy.

Additional Locations

We provide our services in multiple locations to conveniently care for you:

UVA Cancer Center Augusta

UVA Cancer Center Pantops

Providers at this Location