Not all cancer treatment centers are the same. Whether you are the patient or their loved one, it is important to identify a program that is committed to providing comprehensive, high-quality, and multidisciplinary patient centered care.

Cancer treatment can be stressful, so we try to make it easier by providing a centralized approach. From diagnosis through treatment, rehabilitation and follow-up, all of your cancer care can be provided under one roof.

Our in-house resources include:

  • Children's Oncology Group
  • Colorectal Cancer Screening Program
  • Comprehensive Breast Center
  • Breast Cancer Genetic Counseling and Testing
  • Genetic counseling available
  • Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment
  • Lung Cancer Screening Program
  • Nurse Navigator
  • Oncology Classes and Events
  • Outpatient Surgery Center
  • Pharmacy
  • Psychosocial and Nutritional Support Services
  • Radiation Oncology Services
  • Treatment-related Lab Work

Our specialized services include:

  • Breast MRI
  • Breast Ultrasound
  • 3 D Mammography
  • Gamma Knife Treatment
  • IORT (Intraoperative Radiation Therapy)
  • Proton Therapy Center

The experienced team of oncology physicians on staff have dedicated their careers to the treatment of cancer. Their training and experience are broad and diverse, allowing you to be treated by professionals who specialize in the particular type of cancer you have. We are also proud to be accredited by the Commission on Cancer for meeting or exceeding the 36 standards of cancer care.

Our patients can take comfort in knowing that our patient navigator will provide the comfort and support they need, and will guide them every step of the way from post-diagnosis to treatment and recovery.

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Three Types of Colorectal Cancer Screenings

There is more than one way to determine the presence of colorectal cancer. Please see the chart below to understand the types of visual screening options so you can be prepared to talk with your doctor about which is best for you.

Screening Type Colonoscopy Sigmoidoscopy Virtual Colonoscopy (Computed Tomography Colonography)
How It Works A thin tube with a light and a lens for viewing is inserted into the entire length of the colon. The doctor can see and remove polyps or take tissue samples. The same process as a colonoscopy but focuses only on the lower (sigmoid) colon. A computer combines a series of x-rays of the colon that may show polyps or unusual activity.
Sedation Yes Not typical No
  • Complete picture of colon
  • Remove polyps for biopsy
  • May find other diseases
  • Every 10 years if normal results
  • Fairly quick
  • Full bowel prep may not be necessary
  • Does not require a specialist
  • Every 5 years if normal results
  • Fairly quick
  • Complete picture of colon
  • Every 5 years if normal results
  • Can miss small polyps
  • Cost
  • Need a driver due to sedation
  • Small risk of bleeding, bowel tear or infection
  • May miss a day of work
  • Only reviews about 1/3 of colon area
  • Can miss small polyps
  • Can’t remove all polyps
  • May be uncomfortable without sedation
  • If abnormal, need a follow up colonoscopy
  • Can miss small polyps
  • Can’t remove polyps during test
  • Small radiation exposure
  • If abnormal, need a follow up colonoscopy
  • New test, may have insurance coverage issues


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