Memorial Hospital

Oncology (Cancer Care)

Oncology (Cancer Care)

Effective treatment for cancer patients, right here, right now.

What cancer screenings does Memorial Hospital provide?

Timely and appropriate screenings, as recommended by your provider, may include such tests as colonoscopies, mammograms, pap smears or lung cancer screenings.

What diagnostic services does Memorial Hospital provide?

Diagnostic services can include imaging such as CT, MRI or PET scans, nuclear scans, ultrasound and mammography. Biopsies are another common diagnostic tool.

What chemotherapy services does Memorial Hospital provide?

Chemotherapy services could include IV treatments, injections or oral medications. Diagnostic services can include imaging such as CT, MRI or PET scans, ultrasound and mammography.


Meet Dr. Veeder:

Dr. Veeder is affiliated with Illinois Cancer Care, P.C. He attended Boston College, followed by four years at Yale University School of Medicine. His internship and residency were done in internal medicine at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. This was followed by a two-year infectious disease fellowship in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He did his oncology training in Boston at the Sidney Farber Cancer Center Institute — the oncology research center for Harvard Medical School. He is board-certified in internal medicine, infectious disease and oncology.

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How can I reach Dr. Veeder?

Internal Medicine/Oncology
Hours: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesdays
Call 309-243-3000 or 866-662-6564
Memorial Medical Building
Ext. 217-357-6507

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