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Colorectal Cancer Treatment Center

Colorectal cancer, also referred to as colon cancer, develops in the lower part of the digestive tract. Most often, colon cancer grows slowly over a 10 to 15 year period of time. At St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, we diagnose, treat, and work to prevent colorectal cancer. Our oncologists offer world-class care and are backed by the in-depth training needed to properly evaluate, diagnose, and treat colorectal cancer. If you have been diagnosed, we’re here to guide you on the path to recovery. If you’re seeking early detection services, we can offer you screenings for colonoscopy. This often prevents colon cancer as it allows us to catch polyps before it becomes cancerous.

If you or your loved one has colon cancer, our oncologist will likely recommend surgery. Surgery is designed to treat all stages of colon cancer. In addition to surgery, we may recommend targeted therapy, radiation therapy, or chemotherapy to ensure all remaining cancer cells have been killed. We offer a wide array of colon cancer treatments and education on prevention. Thanks to effective treatments, more than one million Americans are colon cancer survivors. There is hope. Request a referral today.

Colorectal Cancer Services

Why Choose Us?
  • Our oncology teams focus on quality inpatient and outpatient cancer care.

  • We believe the best way to fight cancer is to offer the best tools, support, information, and treatments possible.

  • Our providers focus on treating all stages of cancer, as well as offering compassionate support for the mind and spirit during diagnosis and treatment.

Our Treatments

Colorectal cancer is a form of gastrointestinal cancer, and is is the most common type of cancer after skin cancer in both men and women. The earlier colorectal cancer is caught, the better chances there are for a cure. Some of the treatments we offer include:

  • Chemotherapy
  • Targeted cancer therapy
  • Radiation
  • Surgery

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St. Elizabeth Community Hospital
2550 Sister Mary Columba Dr.
Red Bluff, CA 96080
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