Medical Services Cancer Care St. Elizabeth is here for you along every step of your journey. We offer a unique approach to your care that helps us to ensure that all of your needs are met and can be found in one location. Find a Location Find a Doctor Cancer Care Menu About Our Cancer Care Program Cancer Center Opening Your Cancer Care Team Your First Visit Breast Cancer Cancer Care Cancer Care Retail Pharmacy Cancer Treatments Paxman Scalp Cooling System Mesothelioma Treatment Radiation Therapy Center for Precision Medicine and Genomic Health BRCA Testing Hereditary Cancer Program Proactive Genetic Screening Clinical Research Palliative Care Patient Testimonials Resources Cancer Resource Center Clinical & Support Services Frequent Numbers Specialty Cancer Care Clinics Cardio-Oncology Neuro-oncology Tristate Gynecological Oncology Tobacco Cessation E-cigarette Education Freshstart Tobacco Cessation Nicotine Medication Nicotine Replacement Nicotine Therapy Saving on Medication Success Stories Tobacco Cessation Resources Important Notice: St. Elizabeth is Open, Safe & Right Here. Due to the health situation surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have made necessary adjustments to our Visitor Restrictions. Your safety is top priority. If you have a need for a screening, rest assured that St. Elizabeth is doing everything we can to make your experience as safe as possible including: temperature checks upon entry visitor restrictions mask use hand-washing social distancing increased cleaning Be sure to talk to your physician about how we’re keeping you safe. Talk to your primary care physician about when you should have your cancer screenings. If you need help finding a primary care physician, please call (800) 737-7900. UPDATED CANCER CARE VISITOR RESTRICTIONS MORE INFO ON SCREENINGS AND SAFETY Our Cancer Care Program Experiencing cancer can be a difficult time for you and your loved ones, physically, mentally and emotionally. At St. Elizabeth Healthcare, we are here for you along every step of your journey. We offer a unique approach to your care that helps us to ensure that all of your needs are met and can be found in one location. The mission of the St. Elizabeth Cancer Care Program is to provide each patient with comprehensive, holistic care and to achieve excellence as measured by both clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction. St. Elizabeth Healthcare was recently named a Care Continuum Center of Excellence (CCCOE) by the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer. With this designation, St. Elizabeth becomes one of more than 30 community hospitals recognized by the GO2 Foundation for providing patient-focused, comprehensive multidisciplinary lung cancer care. Cancer Center Virtual Grand Opening! At the new St. Elizabeth Cancer Center, we can expand your options for prevention, screening, and diagnosis, while you can build a treatment program tailored to your exact needs. High quality, personalized cancer care is right here when you need it most. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE COVID-19 and Immunosuppression: What to Know If You Have Cancer If you’re currently being treated for cancer or still seeing your cancer care team for follow-up appointments take heart that your providers are doing the right things to protect you during the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn More Public Outcomes for Cancer Care 2018 St. Elizabeth Healthcare Our Cancer Programs are proud to be accredited by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) having received the highest attainable “Golden Award” 2016-2019 for Edgewood and “Silver” status at Ft. Thomas. Click here to read our full report. 2018 Community Health Needs Assessment The Community Health Needs Assessment includes the following: A definition of our community Who participated in the research Identifying and addressing the significant health needs of the community Please click here to view the assessment. 2016 Outstanding Achievement Award St. Elizabeth Edgewood was presented with the 2016 Outstanding Achievement Award by the American College of Surgeons’ (ACS) Commission on Cancer (CoC). St. Elizabeth Edgewood is one of a select group of only 41 U.S. health care facilities with accredited cancer programs to receive this national honor for surveys performed during 2016. The award acknowledges cancer programs that achieve excellence in providing quality care to cancer patients.