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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.

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Commission on Cancer Accreditation

Commission on Cancer

CoC-accredited programs offer comprehensive care including: quality care close to home; a multidisciplinary, team approach; information and education; patient-centered services; options for genetic assessment, counseling, and palliative care services; care monitoring and quality improvement; evidence-based treatment planning; clinical trials and new treatment options, follow-up care; patient tracking through the cancer data system.

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NAPBC Accreditation


With accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, you can be assured that we’re held to the highest standards of care for patients with diseases of the breast. In addition, we’re a nationally accredited Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, accredited in all forms of breast imaging from the American College of Radiology, including breast MRI, breast ultrasound, mammography and stereotactic breast biopsy.

GO2 Cancer Care Designation

GO2 Excellence Award

The GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer Centers of Excellence award recognizes hospitals for their multidisciplinary and patient-centric care. National Jewish Health and Intermountain Health are the first hospitals in Colorado and Montana to receive this designation.

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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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