Our Community

Growing Company. Prosperous Community


Stakeholders at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Southwestern Regional Medical Center routinely give back to the Tulsa community by actively participating in community events. In fact, they served over 350 hours in 2012, at a variety of events. As an organization, it is our desire to live out our core value of team-spirited not only for our patients but also for the community. Southwestern Regional Medical Center partners with, and/or supports the following organizations:

  • Pancreatic Cancer Action Network® PurpleStride®
  • The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society®
  • Pancreatic Cancer Action Network®
  • Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
  • Tulsa Area United Way Partner Agencies
  • United Way® – Child S.H.A.R.E.®
  • United Way® – Domestic Violence Interventions Services (DVIS)
  • United Way® – Child Abuse Network (CAN)
  • Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
  • Junior Achievement® of Oklahoma
  • Habitat for Humanity®
  • Neighbors Along the Line
  • Tulsa Children’s Museum
  • Assistance in Healthcare


Relocate to Tulsa

The city of Tulsa, Oklahoma was recently named one of the “Most Livable Cities.” Activities include events at the Performing Arts Center and the Brady Theater, The Oklahoma Aquarium, The Tulsa Air and Space Museum or the Tulsa Zoo, which was voted America’s favorite. Tulsa has over 80 miles of bicycle and pedestrian trails in the Tulsa Metro Area, incorporating unique character throughout the city. We have seven country clubs and six public golf courses, shopping at Utica Square or Woodland Hills Mall, and the BOK Center which hosts WNBA Tulsa Shock, Tulsa Oilers and world-class entertainment.

With a population of around 400,000, Tulsa was ranked as the largest metro region with the second shortest commute zone in the nation. The average commute time is approximately 20 minutes. Residents have a variety of housing options ranging from refurbished downtown lofts to elegant neighborhoods built during the oil boom to spacious suburban living. Convenient and attractive, these communities enable Tulsans to enjoy the amenities of urban living and the lifestyle of a small town. (Source: visittulsa.com)

To learn more visit Tulsa Chamber of Commerce.



Are you interested in becoming a volunteer at Cancer Treatment Centers of America®?

As a volunteer at CTCA, you’ll play an important and valued role in providing healing and hope in the lives of cancer patients and their families. A volunteer experience at CTCA is like no other, and rewarding beyond your imagination.

The volunteer program offers numerous opportunities ranging from direct interaction with patients, their caregivers, and behind-the-scenes services. The CTCA team will assist you in finding the volunteer position that best matches your skills, interests and availability.

Volunteers are involved in a variety of roles and below are just a few:

  • Instruct a sewing or craft class
  • Flower delivery
  • Friendly visitor
  • Bingo caller
  • Musician

Southwestern Regional Medical Center has specific program requirements; however, volunteer roles include an array of benefits such as access to our on-site Fitness Center, complimentary meals on the day of volunteering, and the invitation to numerous CTCA events such as patient celebrations, company picnic’s, etc.

For more information on becoming a volunteer, please contact:

GaryAnn Tomkalski, Guest Services/Volunteer Manager
10109 East 79 Street, Tulsa OK 74133
O: (918)286-5874 F: (918)249-7511

Or complete this application and return it directly to garyann.tomkalski@ctca-hope.com


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