Scotland Cancer Treatment Center is Backed by the Expertise of Duke.
Expertise. Compassion. Hope.

The Scotland Cancer Treatment Center is proud to be an affiliate of Duke Health in cancer, ensuring our team has access to the latest Duke guidelines and cancer research and the most current training and staff education. We’re also proud to have nine Duke Health medical and radiation oncologists as a part of our cancer care team. All of this adds up to an enhanced quality of cancer care, right here in Scotland County. Duke and Scotland Cancer Treatment Center. A powerful combination against cancer.

Since our center opened in 2000, Scotland Cancer Treatment Center has been an affiliate of Duke Health for medical oncology services. In 2014, we expanded our affiliation to include radiation oncology services and added two Duke physicians. Today, we have nine medical and radiation oncology providers from Duke with many years of valuable experience in cancer detection and treatment practicing right here in our community.

Learn more about our Duke Health Medical and Radiation Oncologists.

Our Duke oncologists understand the special needs of cancer patients and their families, and strive to translate clinical research findings into the most advanced therapies.

Scotland Cancer Treatment Center was featured "On the Road in Scotland County" with Cecil Chandler. Check out our clip here.

Our Affiliation with Duke Health
Scotland Cancer Treatment Center is an outpatient ambulatory clinic. Here, Duke Health oncologists deliver world-class cancer care. The Center has been affiliated with Duke for medical oncology services since it opened in 2000. In January 2014, the Duke affiliation expanded to include radiation oncology services and added Duke family members Dr. Andrew Brown and Dr. Beth Lindsay. This enhanced Duke affiliation allows the Center to provide the quality cancer care with all the additional benefits and support of the Duke system.

This affiliation means that our patients have access to important clinical trials and the latest research. Our medical and radiation oncologists and our physician assistants are all Duke affiliated providers, offering convenient and high quality care.
Cancer care is best provided close to home in a comfortable and convenient setting.  At Scotland Cancer Treatment Center both chemotherapy and radiotherapy are delivered in a beautiful and comforting facility by highly trained and caring professionals. 
Our Duke oncologists understand the special needs of cancer patients and their families, and strive to translate clinical research findings into the most advanced therapies.
About the Cancer Treatment Center

Cancer care is best provided close to home in a comfortable and convenient setting.  At Scotland Cancer Treatment Center both chemotherapy and radiotherapy are delivered in a beautiful and comforting facility by highly trained and caring professionals. 

Significant resources have been invested in Scotland Cancer Treatment Center to offer you the care that you would expect to receive at a more urban medical center. Because our treatment resources are equal to those found in larger institutions, patients living and working in our area no longer have to travel out of town for care that requires long travel time. Our Center offers you the comfort of having treatment close to home and is spacious enough so a family member or friend can accompany you to your appointments.

Scotland Cancer Treatment Center offers patients access to the latest cancer treatment options. Chemotherapy, biotherapy radiation therapy, and supportive services are given in a very comfortable and relaxing environment.

The Center has eight examination rooms and a chemotherapy suite, accommodating ten patients, including two private beds for those who require a long stay or more privacy. Therapies are given in our treatment rooms in a very soothing environment daily.

Clinical Research
Clinical research is an important part of the continuum of care for treating oncology and hematology patients. Scotland Cancer Treatment Center is dedicated to finding new and better ways to treat cancer through research.

As an affiliate of Duke Health, Scotland Cancer Treatment Center provides access to trials sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, pharmaceutical companies and Duke Cancer Institute physicians.

Learn more about clinical research.

Hours of Operation
Scotland Cancer Treatment Center is open and treats patients:

  • Monday - Thursday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm 
  • Fridays - 8:00 am to 1:00 pm (the Center remains open until all patients have completed treatment for the day). 

Scotland Cancer Treatment Center Annual Reports

How to Find Us
500 Lauchwood Drive, Laurinburg, NC 28352. The Center is located in the Outpatient Wing of Scotland Memorial Hospital. Its entrance faces Highway 74 Bypass. Designated parking is available to Cancer Center patients.
Contact Us
Please call the Center at (910)-291-7630 or toll-free at 1-877-762-2735 with any questions you may have about treatment, the facility or any of the above programs. You may also contact Cancer Center Director Paula Love, RN, BSN, CLNC, at (910)-291-7505.

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