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About The Steeplechase Cancer Center

Located on the campus of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset, The Steeplechase Cancer Center provides comprehensive cancer services of the highest quality within a calm, compassionate, patient-focused environment.

Our three-story, 63,000-square-foot outpatient facility includes the latest technologies to treat cancer and help patients regain control of their health.

The center provides a variety of educational and support programs related to cancer and wellness. Our services include complimentary medicine programs, including tai chi, meditation, yoga, reiki, massage and image recovery, as well as the Sanofi US Wellness Boutique and a Resource Library for patients and their families.

Each patient's treatment is guided by a multidisciplinary team that continually reviews and updates treatment protocols for the four most common types of cancer-breast, colorectal, prostate and lung cancers. These teams ensure we provide the most advanced care to improve the quality of life of our patients.

The cancer center is accredited by the American College of Surgeons and is a certified Comprehensive Community Cancer Center.

The facility is named in honor of the Far Hills Race Meeting, one of the nation’s most prestigious steeplechase races. Since the 1950s, the race meeting has raised more than $17 million for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset.

Patient Stories

  • “It’s really helpful hearing other women talk about their experiences, I think, ‘Oh yeah, I’ve had that problem, too.’ I learn from them, and it makes me realize I’m not alone with this.”

    Janice
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  • “My family and I don’t know if my mother could have survived otherwise,” says Ivonne. “Everyone at Somerset Medical Center gave 110 percent, and when we see my mom thriving and cancerfree now, we know that we absolutely made the right decision to travel a ...

    Ivonne
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  • "Although the emotions I was feeling were so challenging, the song ended up finding a positive light. That, in turn, enabled me to feel hopeful during such a dark time."

    Alan
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