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Two Centura Health hospitals are now part of MD Anderson Cancer Network®

Penrose-St. Francis Health Services in Colorado Springs and St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center in Pueblo are now certified members of MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center—the nation’s leading, world-renowned cancer center devoted exclusively to cancer care, research, education and prevention.

What it means to be an MD Anderson-certified physician:

cancer care

Access
to Expertise

Centura Health’s certified physicians gain access to MD Anderson Cancer Network’s nationally recognized and emulated guidelines, cancer treatment plans and best practices.

certified

Elite
Recognition

MD Anderson Cancer Network doesn’t collaborate with just anyone. Centura Health’s MD Anderson Cancer Network-certified physicians have met the organization’s premier quality standards for education and cancer care.

Collaboration

Case-by-Case
Collaboration

Centura Health’s MD Anderson Cancer Network-certified physicians have the opportunity to discuss challenging cancer cases with MD Anderson experts and faculty.

 

Alan Monroe MD Anderson

Cancer doesn’t care where you live. But we do.

When cancer hits close to home, you should be able to fight it close to home too.

That’s why we’re combining the best of what we do locally with the expertise of a national leader to provide the best possible cancer care for you, your loved ones and our communities.

The MD Anderson Cancer Network certifications at Penrose-St. Francis Health Services and St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center mean access to the nation’s top cancer specialists, along with access to treatment guidelines and best practices developed by MD Anderson.

Barb Young MD Anderson

Setting a new standard for cancer care.

MD Anderson Cancer Network exists to help advance the Texas-based MD Anderson Cancer Center’s mission to eliminate cancer—and it does so by collaborating with community hospitals and health systems to improve the nationwide quality of cancer care.

The network provides certified members like Penrose-St. Francis Health Services and St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center with access to cutting-edge technologies, patient treatment protocols, education and research—and enhances Centura Health’s multidisciplinary approach to patient care.