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Fort Wayne Oncology currently sees patients at The New Cancer Institute. Dr. Rhinehart and Dr. Zimmerman see patients on most Thursdays along with Dr. Kollipara. Dr. Adhami will also be seeing patients.


Adams Memorial Cancer Institute, administers multiple kinds of chemotherapy and immunotherapy. The nursing staff will take care of you on a day-to-day basis and administer your treatment as prescribed by your physician.


The Oncology Department is currently open on Thursdays at 1100 Mercer Avenue, Suite C, from 9a to 5:00p.


Dr. Rhinehart
Dr. D. Zimmerman
Dr. P. Kollipara
Dr. F Adhami

Services Provided

Our Cancer Institute Team is ready to assist with cancer treatments and blood disorders in conjunction with Dr. Rhinehart, Dr. Zimmerman, Dr. Kollipara, and Dr. Adhami of Ft. Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology.


We are also an information service for cancer, cancer prevention, cancer screenings, hospice and other topics.


Visit the American Cancer Society website for more information.


Radiation Clinic

Radiation Oncology Associates of Fort Wayne will begin a radiation clinic at the Strickler Cancer Institute on the first Wednesday of every month. Intake visits of new patients and follow-up visits on patients who have completed their series of radiation treatments can be seen at the new clinic,
thus decreasing unnecessary travel to Fort Wayne.


To schedule a visit at the Strickler Cancer Institute in Decatur please call 260-436-4116 and reference the Decatur Clinic.


Transportation Services

Adams Memorial Hospital and Radiation Oncology Associates will also begin offering free transportation for all Adams County residents undergoing radiation therapy at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne. The transportation services will leave Monday-Friday from the Paul and Kathryn Strickler Cancer Institute.

For more information or to schedule the transportation service please call 260-436-4116.


Commemorative Opportunity

Adams Memorial Hospital would like to remind our community that Commemorative pavers, and trees are still available through the Dreams to Reality Campaign which will support the final phase of the project, the radiation therapy portion of the facility.


The pavers and trees can be purchased through the Adams County Community Foundation. They are a very special way to honor a loved one. The program provides individuals with an opportunity to help shape the history of Adams Memorial Hospital. Generations from now, your family name will remain part of t he hospital and its achievements. Past support has already helped the hospital complete the Fitness Trail surrounding the hospital, and Paul &Kathryn Strickler Cancer Institute. Thank you to our generous supporters.


260-724-2145 ext. 4700