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Cancer Care at Longmont United Hospital

The Cancer Care Team at Longmont United Hospital understands the impact—emotionally, physically and spiritually—of a diagnosis of cancer has on the patient and the family. This team of health professionals is one of the most experienced, knowledgeable cancer care teams in the area. These experts consult each other regularly, plan all aspects of your cancer care, consider your personal preferences, and try to exceed your expectations.

Making progress against cancer at Longmont United Hospital includes providing the best care for all of our patients. We give detailed attention to each cancer patient through cancer conferences and clinical trials. We also track our patients to help understand the best treatments for the future through the Cancer Registry.

Our Cancer Care Team has high standards in providing excellent yet tender and compassionate care. We practice the Planetree Model of Care by trying to step into your shoes every day. We offer you a patient navigator to help you learn and to decide the right care for you. Never before will you feel such strong support behind you. Our team includes dietitians, care coordinators (social workers), rehabilitation therapists, diagnostic radiologists, pathologists, medical and radiation oncologists, and surgeons.

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If you stay at the hospital

The Oncology Unit at Longmont United Hospital is specialized in the care of patients who have been diagnosed with cancer. Cancer patients need a higher-level of care. The nurses work closely with patients and their families to provide personalized, sensitive care. They provide chemotherapy and biotherapy according to the Oncology Nursing Society Standards. Many of the nurses are oncology certified. Outpatient chemotherapy services are also provided in the Oncology Unit Treatment Room.

Outpatient chemotherapy services are also provided in the Oncology Unit Treatment Room.

What if you are diagnosed with an unusual cancer?

Our physicians have access to all the cancer research centers across the country for referral services and the most current information on treatment options.

A cancer physician will also confidentially present to the cancer conference a patient’s diagnosis. At that time the Cancer Committee will discuss local resources, suggested plan of actions, and appropriate referrals. With the information obtained from this meeting, the physician will contact the referred physician to discuss the diagnosis to determine if that physician would be the appropriate referral for a patient.