Cancer (Oncology)

Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer can be effectively prevented with early detection and removal of polyps before they become malignant. Colorectal cancer screenings are crucial because many people in the early stages of the disease experience no symptoms.

Colonoscopy, a procedure that screens for colorectal cancer, is offered at our Endoscopy Center. Additional diagnostic or treatment procedures may be done at the hospital or the Bendheim Cancer Center. The Bendheim Cancer Center offers a comprehensive range of outpatient services, including radiation therapy, medical therapies and laboratory testing.

Learn more about colorectal cancer:
Greenwich Hospital offers a wide selection of private consultations, counseling and support groups for colorectal cancer patients and their loved ones. See Support Services >>


  • Main Hospital
  • 203-863-3000
  • Bendheim Cancer Center/ Cohen Pavilion
  • Medical Oncology: 203-863-3700
  • Radiation Oncology: 203-863-3701
  • Breast Center/ Cohen Pavilion
  • Appointments: 203-863-3031
  • General Questions: 203-863-4350
  • Bendheim Cancer Center at Valley Drive
  • 203-869-2111
  • Endoscopy Center
  • 203-863-3160
  • Greenwich Hospital Diagnostic Center/ Stamford , CT
  • 203-863-2870 
  • Greenwich Hospital Home Hospice
  • 203-863-3883