Menorah Medical Center is proud to be part of the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute HCA Midwest Health cancer network, providing local access to innovative clinical research trials, tumor profiling and genetic counseling; you can receive top cancer care in the comfort of your community hospital.
As part of the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at HCA Midwest Health, Menorah Medical Center is a network-accredited cancer program. Accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer (CoC) quality program, the Sarah Cannon HCA Midwest Health cancer centers exceed the quality care standards set out by the CoC and consistently provide excellence in the delivery of comprehensive patient-centered care across our network of hospitals.
By addressing patient-centered needs and delivering quality care measured against national standards, patients and families have access to world-class, cutting-edge and innovative oncology services in their local communities. Patients receive the best cancer care close to home, while having access to the latest specialized technologies and clinical trial expertise available across the network.
Sarah Cannon at Menorah Medical Center builds upon the strengths of hospital's current program including screenings, diagnosis and cancer treatments, as well as its medical-surgical inpatient oncology unit, medical oncology services, radiation therapy center, the Breast Center and some of the most advanced technology in the metro area.
Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Menorah Medical Center is known for excellence in:
Free Risk Assessments
Eating right and exercising are great steps toward leading a healthy life, but did you know your family history, age, and countless other factors can still put you at risk for health problems? Try our free risk assessments below to estimate your personal risk of developing breast, colon or rectal cancer, and identify your different types of risk factors.
Cancer Wellness Classes
As part of HCA Midwest Health, Menorah Medical Center offers cancer wellness education classes that are free and designed for both the patient and caregiver. The classes provide simple, evidence based strategies to reduce cancer related side effects and to help you live your best life. Classes are held in a supportive small group format to allow for individual questions and socialization with others who are affected by cancer.
Space is limited so please register.
Menorah Medical Center strives to provide quality, evidence-based care. As an accredited Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program, we use the Commission on Cancers national standards to evaluate our care of cancer patients. These are just a few examples of the quality care you can expect at Menorah Medical Center.
One of the standards of care states that palpation-guided or image-guided needle biopsy is the initial diagnosis approach rather than open biopsy. It further states that if an open biopsy is done, there should be a specific reason for the open biopsy. Menorah Medical Center diagnosed over 200 breast cancer cases in 2012. We are proud to say that we were over 99% compliant with this Commission on Cancer standard.
One of the standards of care for colon cancer looks at whether an adequate number of lymph nodes are removed and pathologically examined for certain colon cancers that are surgically removed. This means that the surgeon and pathologist work together to be sure there are enough lymph nodes examined to determine the extent of the cancer. This is important information for planning your follow-up care. When we evaluated our 2013 cases, we examined an adequate number of lymph nodes in 100% of the specified colon cancer surgeries.