Cancer Treatment: A Collaborative Approach
Perhaps more than any other medical discipline, the treatment of cancer
requires the expertise of many. Medical oncologists, radiation oncologists,
surgeons, family physicians, specialized physicians, nurses, physical
therapists, researchers, dietitians, social workers, pastoral care ...
the team may incorporate some, or all of these professionals, working
together to provide the most effective, evidence-based treatment for patients
The Cancer Program at King's Daughters continually strives to achieve
higher and higher levels of quality, outcomes and compassion. Our program
has achieved the following designations:
- Accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer
- Accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers
- Our mammography services have achieved the Breast Imaging Center of Excellence
designation from the American College of Radiology
- Our laboratory services are accredited by the College of Anatomic Pathologists
The cancer program at King's Daughters is a member of the Markey Cancer
Research Network at the University of Kentucky. The newly launched initiative
conducts high-priority cancer research through a network of collaborative
centers with expertise in the delivery of cancer care and the conduct
of research studies.
As a result of the affiliation, thousands of patients across eastern Kentucky,
southern Ohio and West Virginia have access to close-to-home innovative
clinical research in the treatment and epidemiology of cancer and research
aimed at prevention and early detection of cancer.
Cancer Annual Report 2016
Our Cancer Annual Report provides a summary of the activities of our cancer
program during Fiscal Year 2016, treatment statistics, and other important
information regarding the treatment of cancer. Click on the image to view
and/or download the report, which is in a PDF file format.