The Claude Parrish Radiation Therapy Institute was formed in 1990 as part of North Arkansas Regional Medical Center and sits on the northernmost part of the NARMC campus. This state-of-the-art facility provides high-quality radiation therapy in a caring and compassionate manner. Claude Parrish Cancer Center is staffed with a medical team committed to the delivery of cancer care of the highest standards. The team is dedicated to creating an environment where the patient and their family receives the very best up-to-date information, technology, and treatment techniques available.

Through North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, Claude Parrish Cancer Center provides opportunities such as nutritional services, social services, travel assistance, and support groups. The Center works closely with the American Cancer Society, Ozark Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Arkansas Breast Care and the North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education to ensure that all areas of patient care receive proper attention. Claude Parrish Cancer Center and North Arkansas Regional Medical Center also partner to provide cancer screenings to the public including: prostate, colon/rectal, skin cancer, and breast screening. 


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NARMC Main Campus

620 North Main Street, Harrison, AR 72601



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Where you live should not impact if you live.




The 12 member ParRTI Board, which supports the work done at the Claude Parrish Cancer Center (CPCC) has launched a year-end fundraising effort centered on the thought that “when it comes to cancer treatment, where you live should not impact if you live.”

The board hopes the community will support this effort and contribute to this worthwhile campaign by mailing in a donation or pledge.

If you want to support this effort, print the Giving Opportunity page, fill it out and mail it in. 

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