Cancer Care

The Cancer Care Center at Redwood Area Hospital provides a variety of services to help you through your journey with cancer. We work with our patients and their caregivers to provide personalized cancer treatment options close to home, in a supportive environment.

Care Approach

Your treatment may require chemotherapy, targeted I.V. therapy, assistance with long-term port-a-catheters, or cancer education, all of which can take place close to home in our comfortable Cancer Care Center.

The Center is set up for patient comfort with privacy, heated recliners, and television. Appointments are scheduled weekdays during regular business hours.

We know that dealing with cancer can be overwhelming for everyone involved, so we work to provide ongoing education and support for patients and their families regarding throughout their disease and treatments.

Community Education
Cancer hits home for us every day as we get to know and support our patients. We strive to be an educational resource to the community for both cancer treatment and prevention.

Becoming a Patient

Cancer treatments are provided on an outpatient basis, while we work directly with your oncologist to provide the best treatment options.

In some cases, patients choose to have their care referred to oncologist Louay Hanna, MD, who typically sees patients on Wednesdays at Affiliated Community Medical Center – Redwood Falls, with treatments provided at Redwood Area Hospital.

In other cases, patients may choose to continue seeing their preferred oncologist out of town and their doctor simply sends treatment orders to Redwood Area Hospital.


Louay Hanna, MD

Dr. Louay Hanna studied medicine at Damascus University, Damascus, Syria. He completed his internal medicine residency at Winthrop University Hospital, Long Island, NY (affiliated with SUNY at Stony Brook, Health Sciences Center School of Medicine). He then completed an oncology fellowship at Winthrop University Hospital, Long Island, NY (affiliated with SUNY at Stony Brook, Health Sciences Center School of Medicine). He sees patients with all types of cancers, and has a special interest in breast and lung cancer. Dr. Hanna also sees benign as well as malignant hematological conditions, and he has a strong interest in chronic lymphocytic leukemia and chronic myelogenous leukemia. Dr. Hanna comes to ACMC in Redwood Falls on Wednesdays to meet with patients. Click here to read more about Dr. Hanna.

Cindy Moldan, RN, OCN, CDE, Coordinator

Cindy received her degree in nursing in Rochester, MN, in 1980. She has been a nurse at Redwood Area Hospital since 1981 and a staff nurse in the Cancer Center since 1993. Cindy completed her oncology certification (OCN) in 1996. She has been a Certified Diabetes Educator since 1989.

Terri Tabor, RN, BA, OCN

Terri received her bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, St. Paul and her nursing degree in Rochester, MN, in 1982. She has worked in oncology and home care for more than 20 years. Terri works in oncology, emergency and acute care at Redwood Area Hospital. She completed her oncology certification in 2006.

Colleen Peyerl, RN, BSN, OCN

Colleen graduated from the College of St. Benedict with a degree in nursing in 1993. She had 10 years of nursing experience in Oncology before joining the Cancer Care Center staff in 2005. She completed her oncology certification in 2006.