Sanford Health Roger Maris Cancer Center was recently named a premier provider of cancer care in the United States by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Roger Maris Cancer Center earned a spot on Becker’s Hospital Review’s top 100 hospitals and health systems with great oncology programs.
The hospitals and health systems selected for this prestigious list feature oncology programs that are accelerating innovation, discovery and greater access to care while simultaneously providing novel treatments, conducting cutting-edge research, holding clinical trials and upholding safety designations to improve patient outcomes.
“We are proud to be recognized nationally as one of the best cancer centers in the country,” said Tiffany Lawrence, Sanford Fargo president and CEO. “Because of the dedicated and talented staff at the Roger Maris Cancer Center, we have enhanced access to state-of-the-art services. We take great pride in being our region’s trusted choice for cancer care.”
The Roger Maris Cancer Center serves about 600 patients daily and provides world-class chemotherapy services in locations across North Dakota and Minnesota.
Some of its latest advancements in cancer care include partnering with Perham Health to open a chemotherapy infusion center, which features seven infusion chairs and a new cancer care provider and launching the upper Midwest’s first blood and bone marrow transplant program in 2021. Roger Maris Cancer Center has also earned national recognition as a top performer in DEI-based initiatives from the American Medical Association.
“Everyone has been impacted by cancer, whether it be a family member, friend or co-worker,” said Nancy Demarais, Sanford Fargo executive director, cancer. “It is crucial for us to invest in the latest advancements in technology so we can provide our patients and the communities we serve with world-class health care close to home.
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