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Cancer Care

  • blood cancer
  • breast cancer
  • head and neck cancer
  • lung cancer
  • oncology
  • pediatric cancer
  • radiation oncology
  • skin cancer

We know the moment you’re diagnosed with cancer is actually a beginning. One best led by decades of experience and compassion. Ahead is a plan with support from your team of unrivaled experts.

St. Mary's Medical Center Cancer Center
Welcome to Cancer Centers of Colorado at St. Mary's Medical Center
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Colorado Cancer Center at St. Mary's

St. Mary’s offers the choices in treatment and technology you’d expect from a major academic center but with a much more personal touch – and all in your own backyard. For most cancers, you can receive all the care you need right here in Grand Junction. From the moment you receive a diagnosis to post-treatment, you will have a dedicated, caring team focused on your needs.

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Kevin L. Schewe
Kevin L. Lawrence Schewe, MD

Radiation Oncology

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Highest National Cancer Care Accreditations in the Region

St. Mary’s is the only Cancer Center in the region with dual accreditations from both the Commission on Cancer (COC) and the American Society of Radiation Oncology (ASTRO). The COC accreditation from the American College of Surgeons is granted to facilities that voluntarily commit to provide the best in cancer diagnosis and treatment and that comply with all the Commission on Cancer standards. In addition, St. Mary’s Cancer Center has earned the APEx accreditation from the world’s largest radiation oncology quality and safety standards society. APEx is a rigorous multi-step evaluation also requiring structured compliance to patient-centered care through effective communications, coordinated treatment, and verification of including family and patients as partners in care. You are in the best hands possible at St. Mary’s Cancer Centers of Colorado
Commission on Cancer
Accredited cancer program

Commission on Cancer

We are a Commission on Cancer accredited cancer program. You can be confident that our teams are skilled in treating all types of cancer and will create personalized care plans, which often combine treatments to give you the best outcome.

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Early detection improves cancer outcomes

Cancer screening methods

Early detection is critical to catching and treating different kinds of cancer. Through screenings, biopsies, and clinical exams, Intermountain’s skilled physicians and technicians can better watch for and monitor any risks

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