Regional Cancer Center at FSLH in Utica, NY
Cancer Care in the Mohawk Valley
Life doesn’t always go as planned. Every day, someone is diagnosed with cancer. The Regional Cancer Center at Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare cares for people who are fighting, living with and surviving cancer. Working together, we help you through a cancer diagnosis and treatment, keeping you informed every step of the way.
When you choose the Regional Cancer Center, you’ll receive the support you need.
We know that receiving cancer care can be stressful. Working as a team, our physicians, nurses, therapists, counselors and support groups provide for your physical, social and psychological well-being. We listen to you, answer your questions and get to know you as a person. We design your treatment plan to meet your individual needs. Our wide range of services include:
We can help you understand your cancer treatment options.
The Regional Cancer Center offers some of the area’s best nurses, physicians, surgeons and radiologists, who will help you understand your treatment options. Beginning with a cancer diagnosis, our dedicated, supportive staff is truly here for you, every step of the way. Find out more about the treatment options and support services available for different types of cancer, including:
- Breast Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
- Colon Cancer
- Lung Cancer
- Other cancers treated at Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare
We work every day to set the standard for excellence in cancer care and services in the Mohawk Valley. Many of our technologies surpass those found at large university hospitals. We are proud to have achieved “commendation level” accreditation as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center from the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) Commission on Cancer. Our Radiation Oncology Department is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Commission on Cancer
The Regional Cancer Center is nationally accredited by the Commission on Cancer. The Commission on Cancer (CoC) is a consortium of professional organizations dedicated to improving survival and quality of life for cancer patients through standard-setting, prevention, research, education, and the monitoring of comprehensive quality care.