Cancer Center

At Longmont United Hospital’s Hope Cancer Center, we bring together the best and brightest minds in cancer care, armed with leading edge technologies and capabilities that offer a complete array of services, connecting patients with all types of cancers and blood disorders to the most advanced care available in Northern Colorado.

Location

1950 Mountain View Ave
Longmont, CO, 80501
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Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am-4:30 pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

Our Services

Trust us to be your partner against cancer

To get the very best cancer care, you don't have to travel very far. Longmont United Hospital's cancer care program brings world-class cancer technology and physicians right to the neighborhoods of Boulder, Laramie, and Weld Counties.

We at Longmont United Hospital offer a full range of clinical trials, psychosocial support services, and nurse navigation to our patients. We pride ourselves on a multidisciplinary approach to care: uniting surgeons, medical and radiation oncologists, as well as oncology certified nurses, genetic counselors, and ancillary staff to deliver the best possible outcome for patients. Unique to us is our interdisciplinary Tumor Board. Patient cases are presented and discussed to determine the best treatment plan and to ensure coordinated care.

Radiation Therapy

Cancer Center

Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy services at Longmont United Hospital are provided by the Hope Cancer Care Center located at the Hospital. Radiation Therapy at Longmont United Hospital serves adults who need radiation therapy for any primary cancer, including breast, colon, lung, prostate and other cancers.

Cancer patients at Longmont United Hospital receive radiation therapy from our leading radiation oncology team who specialize in particular cancers and are experts in their field. In fact, our radiation oncology team has been working together for over two decades. They design an individualized treatment plan to target your tumor and minimize the effects of radiation therapy on healthy tissue. Your team also works closely with you to manage any side effects and helps you take the best possible care of yourself during treatment.

Depending on your diagnosis, your care team may also coordinate and schedule your treatment at other Longmont United Hospital facilities, including the Health Center for Integrated Therapies and the Wellness Center. All of our facilities feature state-of-the-art equipment to ensure patients are getting the best treatment available, including a wide range of radiation therapy services. We also offer many of the latest and most innovative options through clinical trials.

Oncology nurse navigator

Cancer Center

Oncology nurse navigator

Dealing with all the new emotions and decisions surrounding your cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. To help you through this process, an Oncology Nurse Navigator is available to provide you with education, support and advocacy.

Our navigator is your advocate, assisting and supporting the physician/patient relationship. The goal is to enhance your quality of life, provide a sense of independence and help you manage your own health.

Navigation services are free of charge to patients, families and caregivers as a service of Longmont United Hospital.

The Longmont United Hospital Nurse Navigator is here to help you with:

  • Education about your cancer treatment and managing possible side effects
  • Helping prepare for surgery and recovery
  • Access to other hospital and community resources; including financial and transportation assistance, legal aid, and support programs
  • Care for emotional and spiritual needs and assistance with finding support
  • Helping connect you to integrative therapy options such as acupuncture, nutrition and massage services
  • Planning the next steps after completion of treatment
  • Availability to meet in person or over the phone, free of charge

Conditions We Treat

  • Breast Cancer
  • Colon Cancer
  • Lung Cancer
  • Prostate Cancer
  • Skin Cancer

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