At the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute, we treat more newly diagnosed cancer patients than any other facility in the country. We are both highly sought and highly accredited for the exceptional care we provide to our patients. For our neighbors who are battling pancreatic cancer, our multidisciplinary team stands ready to help.
The Pancreatic Cancer Program at Florida Hospital Cancer Institute is comprised of surgical oncologists, gastroenterologists, surgeons; medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, therapeutic endoscopists, radiologists and a dedicated gastrointestinal cancer care coordinator to devise a treatment plan for each individual patient. In many cases, pancreatic cancer produces very few symptoms in the early stages, which means that it is often found after it has advanced and is difficult to treat. At Florida Hospital Cancer Institute, we offer a true multidisciplinary approach by combining this program with leaders from our Digestive Health Center and Colorectal and Gastrointestinal Cancer Program.
The Florida Hospital Cancer Institute is accredited by several national cancer organizations for their quality, outcomes and comprehensive care. FHCI is accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer (COC) and the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI). Most recently, our Clinical Research Center has been awarded a $2.1 million grant from the National Cancer Institute’s Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP), allowing FHCI access to NCI’s prevention, control and treatment trials for cancer treatment and prevention. Learn more about clinical trials or The Florida Hospital Pancreatic Cancer Program.
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