Cancer Center

Oncology/Hematology Department

Medicare/Medicaid Accepted

Delivering quality outpatient care to adult patients with all types of cancer. We also provide specialized care to adult patients with blood disorders.

Our Services Include:

  • Outpatient Chemotherapy Administration
  • Treatment of Blood Disorders
  • Timely, Professional, Close-to-Home Cancer Care
  • Comprehensive Consultation and Follow-up Care by Oncologist/Hematologist

Our Nurses Provide:

  • Nurses on call after hours and on weekends for questions and concerns
  • Physical and emotional support for patients and loved ones
  • Specialized care in the administration of chemotherapy and management of related side effects
  • The highest level of respect for every individual


Nabin Khanal

Nabin Khanal, MD

Oncology & Hematology
Accepting New Patients
Alison LaFlower

Alison LaFlower, ANP-BC

Accepting New Patients

Clinic Staff

  • Tiffany Tuttle, RN, Director of Oncology
  • Shelby Kirchhoff, RN
  • Kim Herrmann, RN
  • Stephanie Moore, RN
  • Shawna Palmer, RN
  • Erica Gault, RN
  • Jenni McCallister, LPN
  • Jessica Hooten, Student Nurse
  • Kori Bever, CMA
  • Elly Bowling, Customer Service Representative


Cancer prevention is always preferable to cancer treatment. Cancer screening guidelines help explain what screenings are needed by whom and at what age. They also explain the types of screenings used to detect the most common types of cancer.


RMH Sheehan Cancer Center

110 E. 13th St.
Upper Level Medical Office Building
Rushville, IN 46173


Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm


Contact: Tiffany Tuttle, RN, Director of Oncology
Phone: (765) 932-7534
Fax: (765) 932-7630
On-Call Nurse (after hours/weekends): (765) 932-4111.

“To Your Health” Podcast

Advancements in Cancer Treatment

Listen to Dr. Nabin Khanal discuss recent advancements in cancer treatment. Dr. Khanal talks about Immunotherapy, which frees the patient’s own immune system to combat cancer. He also discusses Personalized Cancer Therapy, which uses genetic mapping to identify mutations so doctors can develop specific treatment plans to target them. Dr. Khanal is using both of these cutting-edge treatments at Rush Memorial Hospital’s Sheehan Cancer Center.