Cancer Program Accreditation
Rose Medical Center has an accredited Teaching Hospital Cancer Program as recognized by the American College of Surgeon's Commission on Cancer (CoC). In order to obtain this accreditation, Rose continually demonstrates that they offer comprehensive, state-of-the-art cancer care using a coordinated, team approach. Our staff of board-certified doctors work with medical residents from the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine so that they can gain the experience needed to continue on the tradition of excellent in cancer care.
About the Commission on Cancer
The CoC is a professional group dedicated to improving survival and quality of life for cancer patients. The group achieves their goals through standard-setting, prevention, research, education and monitoring of cancer programs. The accreditation program encourages cancer centers to improve their quality of patient care by focusing on prevention, early diagnosis, pretreatment evaluation, staging, optimal treatment, rehabilitation, surveillance for recurrent disease, support services, and end-of-life care. Learn More About the CoC>>>
Rose is proud to be an accredited Teaching Hospital Cancer Programs. Our goal is to provide comprehensive patient care through a coordinated team approach that leads to our patients living longer, healthier lives.