Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center
Bone Marrow Transplant Unit and Blood Cancer Unit
Blood and Marrow Transplant Program
In partnership with Sarah Cannon Institute and the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, is the leading provider for hematologic malignancy and stem cell transplant medicine, which has allowed us to become the 14th largest BMT program in the U.S. and the largest program in the Rocky Mountain Region.
Continuously recognized as a leader in patient care and outcomes, we are always looking for talented, passionate people to join our team.
Dedication to Quality Patient Care
Our facility provides enhanced patient care by providing ample space to care for the varying needs of patients.
Our facility also performs both Auto and Allogenic transplants. Allogenic transplants include:
CORD transplantation for Adult Patients
Blood Cancer Unit Program
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center blood cancer unit is dedicated to providing exceptional care to patients facing blood cancers, such as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma.
The multidisciplinary team is dedicated to providing patients with the latest techniques and technologies to ensure that you get the care you need, including clinical trials.
Why Traveling with HealthTrust is Right for You!
Competitive Travel Package
Our competitive travel package includes furnished housing (or housing stipend), incredible pay, and a meals and incidentals stipend.
Join an strong-rooted community of nurses
When you join this community of nurses within the Cannon Blood Cancer Network, you become a part of a healthcare system with a strong cultural commitment to provide compassionate, state-of-the-art cancer care.
Travel nurses gain access to health, dental, and vision benefits along with a 401K with company match and weekly direct deposit options.
A new ability to make a positive impact
As a travel nurse with Sarah Cannon Blood Cancer Network, you will have the ability to interact with and create a positive impact on patients who may travel from across