Sound treatment. Deep expertise. Exceptional care.
Berger is bringing advanced cancer care to our community through our partnership with OhioHealth. Together, we offer patients access to OhioHealth's well-established, advanced standards of cancer care—close to home.
OhioHealth is a certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network®—a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center, a nationally recognized cancer center devoted exclusively to advancing cancer care, research, education and prevention. MD Anderson is ranked as the top cancer hospital in the nation.
Our cancer program
Diagnostics and screenings:
- Low-dose CT scan for diagnosing lung cancer earlier.
- PET scanning.
- Infusion therapies.
- Lymphedema therapy.
- Medical oncology.
- Pain management.
Wellness and support:
- Patient navigator to connect cancer patients to the services, education and support they need to successfully manage their care.
- Genetic Counseling
- Yoga and massage, provided by Touched by Cancer.
Our integrated cancer care team includes a medical oncologist, patient navigator, chemotherapy-certified nurses, certified medical assistants, lab technicians, and office staff with extensive experience in pre-certification and insurance. Additionally, the chemotherapy suite at the Bradley Cancer Center features a comfortable environment, complete with personal televisions and wireless internet access.
Meet the team
Sudhathi Chennuru, MD, board-certified in medical oncology and hematology
Dr. Chennuru is an MD Anderson Network®-certified physician, practicing at certified hospital OhioHealth Grant Medical Center. At Grant, her involvement in tumor boards, clinical trials and quality committees is applied in the treatment of patients at Berger.
- Breast cancer.
- Gastrointestinal cancers.
- Head and neck cancers.
- Hematologic cancers.
- Lung cancer.
- Multiple myeloma and more.
Tracy Osborn, RN, Patient Navigator
Tracy Osborn is a registered nurse and certified chemotherapy nurse with 21 years of nursing experience and is Berger Health System's Cancer Patient Navigator. Tracy graduated from Hocking College with her associates degree in nursing. One of her many roles is to connect cancer patients, their families and caregivers to the services, education and support they need to successfully manage their care. Tracy provides personal guidance for patients as they begin their journey and complete cancer treatments for a more successful outcome and wellbeing.