Providence Cancer Institute Patient and Outcomes Data

Cancers treated at Providence

When you’re being treated for cancer, it’s important to have confidence in the people providing your care. Nothing inspires confidence more than experience. Studies show that patients do better, in terms of their outcomes, when they’re treated in centers that see more patients.

Providence Cancer Institute’s experience is unmatched in Oregon. We diagnose and treat over five thousand new cancer patients in our health facilities through-out the region. The following table shows information on the number of unique new adult patients diagnosed and/or treated for cancer in 2014-2017 at our facilities:

2014 2015 2016 2017
5283 5419 5428 5455

The leading sites of cancer for these patients were:

Primary Site 2014 2015 2016 2017
Breast 1075 1111 1113 1052
Lung & Bronchus 554 580 603 584
Colorectal 464 454 480 458
Prostate 374 437 457 505
Melanoma 327 312 338 332
Leukemia & Lymphoma 374 372 364 406

The chart* below displays the types of cancer treated at the Providence Cancer Institute in 2017.

Distribution of cancer types included as ‘All Other’ in the above graph are shown in the following chart:

*Data for patient volume was generated through our internal cancer registry.