Deborah Lindquist, M.D., F.A.C.P., is board certified in internal medicine, hematology and medical oncology. Her special interests include community education on cancer, breast cancer treatment and clinical trials.



Ongoing Communication

  • The radiation oncologists keep your primary care and specialty physicians fully informed of your progress through consultation and progress notes on a weekly basis.
  • Physicians also participate in clinical patient rounds with other sub-specialists.
  • An office coordinator is available to quickly answer non-medical questions and facilitate the services you need.
  • You can reach the radiation oncologists at 800 304-3004 or 928 204-4160.

Nursing case management
Radiation oncology nursing services provide case management services for patients and their families. Services include assessment, monitoring and appropriate medical intervention for actual and potential problems related to the disease process and treatment. Specially trained nurses are available to meet with patient and/or family members to assist with any medical needs that may arise during the course of treatment.

Verde Valley Medical Center and the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare – Sedona  are elevating the cancer care available in the Verde Valley through an affiliation agreement with The University of Arizona Cancer Center. The affiliation leverages the strengths of these respected and established organizations to expand treatment options for cancer patients throughout the region. The University of Arizona Cancer Center is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center headquartered in Arizona and one of just 41 comprehensive cancer centers in the US.