An active shooter drill will take place today from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Dental Pavilion on Anschutz Medical Campus. The drill will include multiple simulations involving team members and actors wearing injury makeup, along with an increased presence from campus security, police and fire personnel. During this time, there will also be possible gunshot sounds. As part of the drill, we'll be testing our mass notification system and internal communication channels.
The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is consistently ranked among the best programs in the country by U.S. News & World Report and Parents magazine for the treatment of pediatric cancer. Sub-specialty consultation/management expertise in every area is available 24 hours per day.
Our specialized teams provide comprehensive care for children, adolescents and young adults with leukemia and lymphoma, solid tumors, and cancers of the brain and nervous system. Our oncology services include:
Consultation, second opinions and complementary and alternative therapies for cancer
An outpatient infusion center with specialized staffing for high-acuity care
Weekend infusions to avoid hospitalization whenever possible
Referral to home infusion services and professional services
A propofol clinic (a specialized anesthesia clinic for children undergoing potentially painful procedures)
An MIBG Program for radiation targeted to certain cancer cells for neuroblastoma
A school re-introduction program when the child is well enough to attend school
Care for pediatric cancer survivors and support as they transition into adulthood
Fertility preservation consultation at the time of initial diagnosis