Colorectal Cancer Program
Our team is here to help
Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the country, ranking third for both men and women. This cancer begins with the growth of polyps within the wall of the colon. If they grow large enough and go untreated they can travel to other parts of your body.
Screenings and treatment
Screenings are an important way to prevent colorectal cancer. Those over the age of 45 should have a screening every 5-10 years.
We offer treatment plans that can prevent a person from requiring an ostomy (an opening created in the abdomen). In cases where avoiding an ostomy isn’t possible, our patient care nurses are here to assist you.
How our team can help
Our Cancer Center takes a team approach to helping our patients get the care and attention they need.
Our team includes such specialists as:
- Medical oncologists
- Radiation oncologists
- Diagnostic and interventional radiologists
- Cancer patient navigators
Make an appointment
A referral is required. Contact your primary care provider to make an appointment. Don't have a doctor? View our primary care locations.
On your appointment day, please arrive at least 45 minutes before your scheduled time.