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Rutland Regional Medical Center, Foley Cancer Center
160 Allen St
Rutland, VT 05701-4595
Phone: (802) 747-1831
Website: www.rrmc.org
Type: Hospital-based

Delegate Representative:

Ms. Linda M. McKenna

Profile:

Rutland Regional Medical Center is a 188-bed acute care, full service hospital, located in western central Vermont near the Killington ski resort. The Foley Cancer Center, located on the first floor of the hospital, provides comprehensive outpatient cancer services Monday through Friday throughout the year. These services include a Medical Oncology office with infusion/transfusion center, a state of the art Radiation Oncology suite equipped with IMRT and IGRT capabilities, and a Clinical Research office. RRMC was the first hospital in Vermont offering IMRT; Intensity Modulated Radiatioon Therapy and IGRT; Image-Guided Radiation Therapy. Clinical research relationships have been established with CTSU [Cancer Trials Support Unit], the University of Vermont Medical Center, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, and the pharmaceutical industry. The Tumor Registry is one of the most active in the state. Palliative care programs for both inpatients and outpatients have their offices in the Cancer Center. Rutland County Hospice, a nationally recognized hospice program, has a close relationship with the Cancer Center. The Foley Cancer Center medical director also serves as medical director of the Hospice. The cancer center staff includes board certified Radiation and Medical oncologists, an administrator with an MBA with over 20 years of clinical experience as a board certified oncology physicians assistant, an ONS certified nurse practitioner who also has certification in palliative care and end of life training, 6 ONS certified oncology nurses, and a full time social worker with MSW certification. For nearly 20 years, the Cancer Center has been an accredited community cancer center as designated by the American College of Surgeons. The Cancer Center has developed an active Complementary and Alternative Medicine program. A licensed acupuncturist provides on site Chinese medicine services. Reiki, therapeutic massage, aroma therapy, and guided imagery are available services through the comprehensive Palliative Care program directed by an RN certified in palliative care and end of life training. The Cancer Center has worked closely with the hospitals Breast Care Program to develop a comprehensive womens health service line specifically related to cancer screening and womens cancer needs. This includes services through the diagnostic imaging department such as routine mammography, breast MRI including MRI biopsy capabilities, stereotactic breast biopsy, and ultrasound. Board certified Gynecologic Oncologists provide consultation and management services through an affiliation with the University of Vermont. The Cancer Center also works collaboratively with a urological surgeon and offers a comprehensive Prostate Clinic service.

Facility and Services:

New Cancer Patients per Year: 404
Conducts Clinic Research: Yes
Clinical Research: CTSU (Cancer Trials Support Unit)
Other Affiliations
and Co-op Group Memberships:
Pharmaceutical-company sponsored, University Related
Certifications: ACoS-approved Program
Medical Oncology: Ambulatory Chemotherapy Unit/Infusion Unit or Center
Treatment Chairs: 8
Treatment Beds: 1
Radiation Oncology Offered: Onsite
CT Simulators: 1
Linear Accelerators: 1
Radiation Oncology: 3D/Conformal Radiation Therapy, Multileaf Collimator, Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy(IMRT), Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT), PET/CT, Prostate Seed Implant
Breast Care Center: Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy, Breast MRI/Bx, Digital Mammography
Available Program Staff: Cancer program medical director, Medical oncologist, Radiation oncologist, Radiation therapist, GYN oncologist, Oncology Certified nurse, Social worker, Cancer program administrator, Data manager, Cancer registrar, Oncology Pharmacist, Medical Physicist, Dosimetrist, Phlebotomist/Lab staff onsite
Support Services: Resource library for patients, Survivorship program, Hospice program, Palliative care program, Genetic risk assessment/counseling, Lymphedema program, Nutrition counseling, Oncology exercise/rehabilitation program, Counseling services, Healing garden, Integrated care (e.g. yoga, massage therapist, acupuncture), Pastoral care, Pain management services, Support services such as ACS Reach to Recovery, Road to Recovery, Look Good Feel Better, I Can Cope, etc
Additional Support Services: Multiple support groups

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