Through the Gastrointestinal (GI) Cancer Program at TriHealth, we offer a comprehensive team of experts, working collaboratively to ensure that our patients get the highest quality of care possible.
There are more treatments then ever for patients diagnosed with GI cancers. It's critical to approach each patient from a multidisciplinary perspective – and that's what we do. This means considering how all phases of treatment, like surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and more, can work together to provide the best possible outcomes.We're dedicated to delivering:
From offering robotic and laparoscopic surgery to using the most current machines available to deliver precise, targeted radiation, we're staying ahead of the curve. Our Program also features newly remodeled facilities, like our state-of-the-art infusion center at Good Samaritan Hospital, offering a comfortable, healing environment for our patients.
Approximately 350,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with a gastrointestinal (GI) cancer each year. Our GI cancer program has specialists that focus on each of these specific cancer types to support patients through all phases of their care.
Some of the more common GI cancers we treat include:
From gastroenterologists and medical oncologists to genetic counselors and nurse navigators, we have a highly specialized team of physicians and staff working together to ensure our patients get the best care possible.