Cancer Care

Dr. Brower and patient

We provide services for every phase of cancer prevention, treatment, and follow-up care. We treat all kinds of cancer — including breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, leukemia and brain cancer. Our experts also provide care for clotting disorders, sickle cell disease, factor deficiencies, and hemoglobinopathies — while also managing treatment side effects and quality of life considerations.

Open Surgery

When you undergo open surgery, a surgeon makes a large cut to remove your tumor, surrounding tissue, and, when necessary, nearby lymph nodes. A mastectomy is an example of open surgery.

Minimally Invasive Surgery

With this approach to treatment, a surgeon makes a few very small cuts and uses a special camera and surgical tools to remove your tumor and surrounding healthy tissue. This technique is often used for cancer of the stomach, esophagus, and colon, among others.

Bloodless Medicine & Surgery

Englewood Health Physician Network providers participate in a structured bloodless (transfusion-free) program that provides patients for whom blood is not an option with consistently accessible, high-quality care. Learn more about our program.

Call for more information: 201-894-3653 or 888-766-2566.


In cryosurgery, we use liquid nitrogen or argon gas to create extreme cold that destroys cancer cells. Cryosurgery is typically used in early-stage cervical cancer and skin cancer.


We use laser surgery, in which beams of light cut through tissue, shrinking or destroying tumors, as a common treatment for certain skin cancers, vaginal cancer, and lung cancer.


Opposite the spectrum from cryosurgery, with hypothermia we apply extremely high temperatures to destroy tissue.