Holyoke Medical Center offers a number of programs in oncology and cancer treatment. Besides our modern Oncology Department, we also regularly present screenings, educational, and support programs on a wide range of cancer-related topics such as colon and prostate cancer. We’re extremely proud to be associated with Valley Cancer Center, which is located adjacent to the medical center’s front entrance. Valley Cancer Center, which provides radiation therapy in a state-of-the-art setting, takes a progressive approach to cancer treatment. Like Holyoke Medical Center, Valley Cancer Center is dedicated to maintaining its patients’ dignity and quality of life. Learn more >
Heart disease continues to be one of the primary causes of death among American males, and Holyoke Medical Center has a variety of on-site programs focusing on heart health. From the highly-trained technicians and physicians providing EKGs and stress testing in our Cardiology Department, to the rehab specialists working in our popular Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, our staff is dedicated to helping you create and maintain a healthy heart. Learn more >
Center for Behavioral Health
Our behavioral health services are known throughout the region for our high quality, personal approach to our clients’ individual needs. Holyoke Medical Center offers both inpatient and outpatient programs for people facing a variety of psychiatric difficulties, including dual diagnosis and addiction to alcohol and drugs. Convenient daytime and evening hours can be arranged to suit your busy schedule. Topics include relationship skills, self-esteem, and building a support network. Learn more >
What Does Quality Care Mean?
At Holyoke Medical Center it means getting the most professional, compassionate and personal care possible. But there’s more to it than that. Quality health care also means involving people in creating healthy lifestyles. We’re committed to supporting you in all our programs including Cardiology, Cancer Treatment, Stress Management, and Behavioral Health Services.
For more information on men’s health, call our Health Promotion Phone Line at 413.534.2789. We can help you find a local physician who meets your needs.