Welcome to the Rossy Cancer Network

  • McGill and Teaching Hospitals Launch Major Initiative to Improve Cancer Care for Quebecers.

    The institutions are joining together, combining strengths, to improve quality of care and patient satisfaction, increase survival rates and reduce the burden of cancer.

  • McGill and Teaching Hospitals Launch Major Initiative to Improve Cancer Care for Quebecers.

    Larry and Cookie Rossy Family Foundation and partners commit $58 million to develop innovative cancer care quality framework.

  • McGill and Teaching Hospitals Launch Major Initiative to Improve Cancer Care for Quebecers.

    The initiative – The Rossy Cancer Network – will contribute directly to Quebec’s commitment and priorities for cancer care.

  • McGill and Teaching Hospitals Launch Major Initiative to Improve Cancer Care for Quebecers.

    Our shared goal is to reduce the burden of cancer by improving the quality and experience of care, reducing mortality, and increasing survival and quality of life.

  • McGill and Teaching Hospitals Launch Major Initiative to Improve Cancer Care for Quebecers.

    We are able to move forward with our vision, thanks to the foresight and philanthropy of the Larry and Cookie Rossy Family Foundation, which has committed $30 million to lay the ground work.

  • McGill and Teaching Hospitals Launch Major Initiative to Improve Cancer Care for Quebecers.

    A major gift is based on a rigorous plan for improvement that includes performance measurement and reporting and a strong engagement of clinicians in the quality improvement exercises.

  • McGill and Teaching Hospitals Launch Major Initiative to Improve Cancer Care for Quebecers.

    The RCN - a philanthropic investment of $58 million, over 10 years, including $30 million from the LCRFF and $28 million from the partner Foundations, to help improve cancer care in Quebec.

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McGill University, the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), the Jewish General Hospital (JGH) and St. Mary’s Hospital Center (SMHC) have joined forces to improve quality of care and patient satisfaction, increase survival rates and reduce the burden of cancer.  This long-term collaborative effort, resulting in the creation of the Rossy Cancer Network (RCN), became possible in 2012. <more>

 

RCN Appoints Interim Clinical Lead

Dr. Jaroslav Prchal is appointed interim Clinical Lead of the RCN and Associate Chair of the McGill Department of Oncology.

 

Chemotheray Wait Time Project 

The RCN wants to reduce the amount of time patients wait for their chemotherapy infusion. 

Dr. Joe Jacobson Talk on Cancer Care

Chief Quality Officer, Dana Farber cancer Institute.

Rossy Cancer Network and Cancer Care Ontario partner on project

Generous funding from the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer for the Improving Patient Experience and Health Outcomes Collaborative (iPEHOC).

RCN Educational Grants Recipients

Find out how the RCN is helping to improve cancer care, from physician guidelines to nutrition.

Sharing Medical Information Across the Network

The Rossy Cancer Network, a collaboration of the McGill Faculty of Medicine, St. Mary’s Hospital Center (SMHC), the Jewish General Hospital (JGH) and the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has completed the first phase of its remote access to patient information project.

Did you know?

Rossy Family Foundation and partners pledge $58 million to improve cancer care for Quebecers.  

Standardizing Pathology Reports Across the Network

Seeking new ways to improve care and outcomes for cancer patients drives the Rossy Cancer Network.

RCN Archived Newsletters

View RCN's archived newsletters.

Available Positions at RCN

RCN Jobs are posted on McGill's Website.