We recognize the specialized needs of cancer patients, their families and their friends. And we provide leading edge treatment strategies, such as the area’s first bone marrow transplant program, an oncology rehabilitation program (one of the few programs like this in the country), and a specialized spiritual care program. We have a strong foundation of compassionate, patient-focused care and a mission of healing that began with our founding Bon Secours Sisters over 200 years ago.
The physicians, nurses and staff at Bon Secours St. Francis carry out this mission daily. We recognize how important a simple touch can be and how powerful compassion stands in the face of a disease like cancer.
Bon Secours St. Francis is known for having a unique ability to combine touch with technology. Cancer care has been elevated to new levels, offering patients prevention and detection, the latest treatment options available, and access to clinical trials, all guided by the compassion that is St. Francis.
We provide patients in the Upstate with a sense of hope in the face of cancer. We help them renew their strength. By blending the latest treatment technologies with St. Francis’ tradition of compassionate care, we can carefully treat the whole person – physically and spiritually – allowing patients to remain close to their homes and loved ones at a time when comfort is more important than ever
We give patients and families new options, from clinical trial programs and bone marrow transplantation procedures to oncology rehabilitation. But most of all, with our unique blend of technology and compassion, we give cancer patients, their families and friends, an opportunity to experience the power of hope.
St. Francis is known for its unique ability to combine touch with technology. We provide leading-edge cancer treatment strategies, such as the area’s first bone marrow transplant program, a nationally recognized oncology rehabilitation program, clinical trials, and specialized spiritual care—all guided by the compassion that only St. Francis can deliver. Additionally, St. Francis’ multidisciplinary approach unites a network of expert physicians to develop individualized treatment plans for each patient.
Every year, over 4,000 more Upstate residents are diagnosed with cancer. Few health care providers achieve the blend of compassion and forward thinking that typifies cancer care at Bon Secours St. Francis. Our cancer program treats patients throughout the Southeast and beyond, with world-class physicians that provide a new option for the community in a faith based, not-for-profit setting. Our cancer program has received the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer award with commendation – one of the only facilities in the state to receive this prestigious honor. In addition, it is fully accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT).
We Treat the Following Cancers:
St. Francis provides expert, compassionate care to those who have been diagnosed with a solid tumor or who are at high risk of developing one. We offer a comprehensive range of quality care for all ages – from prevention, early detection and diagnosis, to treatment and therapy. Each team works with medical oncologists, radiologists, surgeons and other specialists to coordinate the best clinical treatment protocols that take the patient’s individual needs into account. Our oncologists utilize highly advanced robotic surgery techniques in many cases allowing for a less invasive approach, fewer complications and a faster healing time. Our experts treat the following solid tumor conditions:
- breast cancer
- ovarian cancer
- endometrial cancer
- cervical cancer
- vulvar and vaginal cancers
- prostate cancer
- lung cancer
- esophageal cancer
- gastric cancer
- pancreatic cancer
- liver cancer
- colorectal cancer
- kidney cancer
- bladder cancer
- head and neck cancers
Leading the region in treatment for blood cancers and disorders, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System specializes in the treatment of hematologic malignancies. St. Francis offers the latest technology and treatments, research protocols, and specialty-trained clinical staff to improve the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of hematologic malignancies, including:
- Hodgkin’s Disease
- Myelodysplastic Syndrome
The treatment of hematologic malignancies requires unique expertise in the nursing field. Our nursing and support staff receive ongoing specialty education in the latest treatment techniques, complication management, drug therapies, and technology. Consistent winners of patient satisfaction awards, the dedicated and seasoned nursing staff provide support and care that are beyond measure.
Our region’s most respected oncologists are now working together to improve care.
The cancer physicians of Bon Secours St. Francis and Gibbs Cancer Center at Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System have joined forces to ensure that comprehensive cancer care is available to all patients in the Upstate. This network of acclaimed, respected oncologists and specialty trained nurses and support personnel work together to develop individualized treatment plans for each patient, ensuring you are taken care of from start to finish. The expertise and skill of our multidisciplinary team is crucial in the accurate detection and successful treatment of cancer.