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Manchester Memorial Hospital’s John A. DeQuattro Cancer Center has proudly earned numerous recognitions, our most recent being the Commission on Cancer (CoC) 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award. Manchester Memorial Hospital is one of two Hospitals in CT and one of 24 Hospitals in the United States to have earned this recognition.
We are also accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, and we have received a Gold Outstanding Achievement Award, the highest honor a cancer program can receive in the United States. In addition, we have a collaborative partnership agreement with the American Cancer Society, and are are pleased to be ranked a Best Practice site for the successful implementation of the American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Volunteer program.
Our cancer center is a world-class institution purposefully built to diagnose, treat and support cancer patients and their families. With a collaborative partnership agreement with the American Cancer Society for multiple years in a row, the John A. DeQuattro Cancer Center utilizes the same physicians that serve St. Francis Hospital and Hartford HealthCare, so patients can receive the highest quality of care all in one building.
Our comprehensive team approach combines state-of-the-art technology, clinical expertise and compassionate care. We bring together experts from all disciplines to develop a complete diagnosis, treatment and support plan to fight your particular cancer, and to get you back to living life.
ECHN is deeply dedicated to advancing cancer care in the region, evidenced by its specialized and precise cancer treating technology such as three-dimensional Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) for more accurate and targeted cancer treatments. In partnership with Hartford Hospital and Johnson Memorial Hospital, ECHN offers outpatient radiation treatment in Manchester and Enfield locations
ECHN’s cancer rehabilitation services are designed to help you improve your quality of life whether you’re living with cancer or are cancer-free following intensive treatment. The program is run by licensed experts who have specialized training in cancer-specific rehabilitation.
If you or a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, you may feel alone and overwhelmed by the level of information you receive and the decisions you have to make. We aim to ease your burden with care navigators who can help you make sense of your options and guide you through your care.
At the John A. DeQuattro Cancer Center, we strongly believe support should continue after your treatment ends. We invite all patients to be a part of our complimentary Survivorship Program that promotes activities that reduce the late effects of cancer treatment.
Clinical trials are research studies that see whether a certain medication, treatment, device or strategy is safe and effective for humans. Clinical trials also help determine which treatments work best for certain illnesses and certain groups of people, including people with cancer. ECHN regularly participates in clinical trials for emerging cancer treatments so that patients can access the most up-to-date technology and treatments if they choose to participate.
For more information about participation in local clinical trials, contact your oncologist or call us at 860.533.2929.