Advanced Cancer Care in Denver
Together with Sarah Cannon, we offer integrated cancer services with convenient access to cutting-edge therapies for those facing cancer in Denver.
Recognized as leaders in cancer care, our experts use the latest research and technology to provide you with the best treatment at the right time in your cancer journey.
From diagnosis through survivorship, your nurse navigator who is specialized in cancer works with the comprehensive care team at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center to provide you with cutting-edge treatments and compassionate care.
Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s cancer specialists work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan specific to your cancer. Through our collaboration with Sarah Cannon, we provide access to innovative treatments through clinical trials.
Oncology Specialists at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Presbyterian/St. Luke's
Our oncology team of hundreds of specialists have decades of experience in screening, diagnosing and treating cancers including, but not limited to:
- Blood cancer
- Bone cancer (sarcoma)
- Breast cancer
- Gastrointestinal cancers, including colorectal, esophageal, pancreatic, stomach and hepatobiliary
- GIST (gastrointestinal stromal tumor)
- Gynecological cancers, including cervical, uterine and ovarian
Bone Cancer (Sarcoma)
Cancer Resource Center
Our Patient Stories
Sarah Cannon, in partnership with Presbyterian/St. Luke's at HealthONE, is pleased to offer askSARAH, a helpline answered by nurses 24/7 to address any cancer questions you may have.
Call askSARAH to speak to a registered nurse at (303) 253-3225.
Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at HealthONE
Together with Sarah Cannon, we are redefining cancer care so that each person facing cancer can fight the disease where they get their greatest strength, in their own community, with the support of friends and family nearby.
Sarah Cannon Research Institute, the research arm of Sarah Cannon, is one of the world’s leading clinical research organizations conducting community-based clinical trials. Through Sarah Cannon Research Institute at HealthONE, patients have access to cutting-edge therapies through clinical trials, including first-in-human trials through the drug development unit.
Since its inception in 1993, Sarah Cannon has been a clinical trial leader in more than two-thirds of approved cancer therapies. To learn more about Sarah Cannon’s active clinical trials, including many in the greater Denver area, call (877) 691-7274.
Presbyterian St. Luke’s offers cancer screening programs to help identify cancer in its earliest stages. These screenings include mammograms, lung screening and colonoscopies. Talk to your doctor about the best time to begin appropriate screenings.
After going through cancer treatment, rehabilitation can be crucial to recovery. Emotional rehabilitation, support groups, complementary therapies, physical rehabilitation and even healing arts therapies can all help strengthen your body and assist you in adjusting to a new normal.
At Presbyterian/St. Luke’s, we offer a healing arts therapy program that provides a patient-centered, open-studio approach where creativity is an option at any time of day. Healing Arts Program employs a masters-trained certified art therapist to address the needs of patients who have or are recovering from cancer.
For more information about the healing arts program or other rehabilitation or complementary therapies, speak with your nurse navigator.
Working Together With Our Community
We are committed to providing the best care for patients of all ages, which is why we have teamed up with sister hospital Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children to provide specialized care for children who are facing cancer.
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center is a Comprehensive Community Cancer Program accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. This accreditation is earned by those cancer programs that voluntarily commit to providing high-quality, patient-centered care.
All major insurance plans accepted.