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Partners in Your Cancer Care

TriStar Skyline is proud to partner with Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute to provide the most advanced cancer treatment right here in our community. We serve patients all over North Davidson County, Sumner County and Robertson County.

As a part of the TriStar family of hospitals, you benefit from an accredited cancer program, a large network of world-class physicians and a healthcare team that provides state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment options.

Community-based Cancer Treatment

Through Sarah Cannon, you have access to a full range of services for preventing, diagnosing, and treating cancer. If you’re diagnosed with cancer, our surgical suites are equipped for the most advanced procedures to remove tumors, including video-guided, microscopic, and laser surgery. Our surgeons also offer specialized procedures like brachetherapy (prostate seeding) and sentinel node biopsy.

Other treatment options could include:

How We Diagnose Cancer

Our state-of-the-art technologies for the diagnosis of cancer include:



Support for Cancer Patients

Sarah Cannon helps patients and families gain access to cutting-edge research studies and clinical trials in Middle Tennessee. And through PearlPoint Cancer Support, an independent, nonprofit charity, patients have access to direct oncology support and educational services and programs, free of charge, to complement cancer treatment and to assist anyone impacted by cancer.

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