Mercy Cancer Center is committed to making a difference for those whose lives have been affected by cancer. In an effort to continue to improve the care of cancer patients, studies are done and data is collected and reviewed.
The Cancer Registry is a component of Mercy Cancer Center that collects, maintains and analyzes the data pertaining to cancer patients’ diagnoses or treatment at Mercy Medical Center. The information from the registry helps evaluate the success of specific treatment modalities by reviewing outcomes and survival statistics.
The Mercy Cancer Center program has been accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons (ACOS) since 1965 and is designated as an approved comprehensive community cancer program.
Mercy Cancer Center Annual Report - 2012
Mercy Cancer Center Annual Report - 2014
COMMISSION ON CANCER (COC) PROGRAM LINKS
Mercy Cancer Center is proud to be accredited as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center by the Commission on Cancer (CoC). Learn more about Mercy’s services, resources and volumes here.