Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers’ Gynecologic Oncology team specializes in treating and caring for women with pre-cancers and cancers of the female reproductive organs, as well as pregnancy-related tumors. Our surgeon is an expert in his field, and with the support and expertise of his team members, you will receive a patient-focused, coordinated approach to care. This means an entire team of oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, nurse practitioners, physician associates, social workers, financial counselors, and dieticians all work together to develop a more personalized and cohesive treatment plan that will offer you the best outcome and quality of life possible. 

We understand how anxious you may feel about your need for gynecologic surgery. This is why our surgeon makes it a priority to see you the same week you call and to schedule your procedure within a week. Throughout the entire process, you can be assured that our surgeon and his team will maintain excellent communication with your oncologist. 

Gynecologic Cancer Resources

Supportive Care

Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers’ team of licensed oncology clinical social workers are highly specialized in the field of cancer and are able to help patients and families understand more about their diagnosis and treatment plan. They can also direct you toward any other supportive care you may need, including appropriate community resources, support groups, and education classes. Oncology social workers are often part of your cancer treatment team and play a very important role in your care. 

Clinical Trials 

At Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, we understand the importance of clinical trials. Because of this, access to clinical trials is one of the many services we offer. Cancer clinical trials are research studies conducted with people who volunteer to participate in the testing of new therapies. The purpose of these studies is to find better therapies for cancer treatment, including the treatment of gynecologic cancers. We encourage you to talk with your medical oncologist about whether you qualify for a trial.