Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute | Departments & Services

Breast Cancer

Our Breast Cancer Program offers the best breast cancer treatments available nationwide and access to the very latest in breast cancer research – all within a supportive community hospital setting.

Clinical Research

The nurses and clinical research associates of our Cancer Center Clinical Research Office are matched one-on-one with patients as Clinical Trial Navigators.

GI Cancer

Hartford Hospital is a leader in the care of digestive system cancers. A variety of specialists meet each week to tackle challenging patient issues.

GU Cancer

Patients with urologic cancers (bladder, kidney, prostate or testicular cancer) find the most advanced surgical procedures and the latest medical treatments at Hartford Hospital’s Genitourinary Cancer Program.

Gynecologic Cancer

Our specialists in gynecologic cancers take a comprehensive approach to treating patients and keeping following generations healthy.

Head & Neck Cancer

Hartford Hospital’s Head & Neck Cancer Program offers the most advanced treatment options for head and neck cancers.

Hematologic Cancer

Hartford Hospital offers patients leading-edge research and nationally-recognized hematopatholgy expertise.

Melanoma & Skin Cancer

Hartford Hospital’s Melanoma & Skin Cancer Program brings together experts across many disciplines to treat both early and advanced melanoma and skin cancers.


Hartford Hospital is one of the few in New England treating spinal cord tumors and brain tumors with leading edge technologies like stereotactic radiosurgery.

Thoracic & Lung Cancer

The Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center is leading the Connecticut and Western Massachusetts region in advancing research, screening and treatment for lung cancer.

Triology™ Stereotactic System

The Trilogy™ Stereotactic System from Varian Medical Systems at the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center is the first of its kind in Connecticut. Trilogy’s “dynamic targeting” assures accurate beam positioning, while built-in CT diagnostic imaging pinpoints tumors with digital accuracy and positions them in the high-dose area despite any internal organ movement.