Prevention, Detection, Support, and Hope!

The Columbus Cancer Clinic is a Medicare- and Medicaid-certified clinic that provides low-cost or free head-to-toe cancer screenings and mammograms, cancer prevention, and education. The program aids underserved individuals in central Ohio through its outreach and education efforts.

The Columbus Cancer Clinic accepts all insurance and provides healthcare support to clients in Franklin and surrounding counties regardless of ability to pay.

The Columbus Cancer Clinic began in 1921 and is the oldest free cancer clinic in the United States.

Recent Stories

2017 Volunteer Recognition Awards

LifeCare Alliance Announces 2018 Volunteer Recognition events

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Each year, we take the time to thank our outstanding volunteers who embody our motto of "Nourishing the Human Spirit." Our volunteer base is the heart of LifeCare Alliance, and…
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Columbus Cancer Clinic Volunteer Sue Gordon

Cancer Clinic Volunteer Recognized by Columbus CEO Magazine

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One of the Columbus Cancer Clinic's faithful volunteers, Sue Gordon, has been named Volunteer of the Year in Columbus CEO Magazine’s 2018 Healthcare Achievement Awards. Sue has been volunteering with…
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LifeCare Alliance CEO Chuck Gehring speaks to the crowd during Big Wheels 2018

LifeCare Alliance Announces $5 Million Match Campaign

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At Big Wheels 2018, LifeCare Alliance announced a $5 Million Match Campaign to secure the future, by building its Legacy Endowment. The Legacy Endowment Campaign is designed to meet existing…
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