Centers of Excellence (CoE) Interactive Map
PETER MacCALLUM CANCER CENTRE
Excellence is often claimed but, until subjected to audit and interrogation, it is difficult for institutions to recognise their weaknesses, and thereby address the latter. The rigorous review process allowed us to further improve our documentation of outcomes and procedural guidelines.
Sydney Theranostics (North)
Medical University Vienna
Regional specialists who team up as individual Centers of Excellence have the chance to enforce international studies with other centers to optimise patients' treatments - here we see the role of ENETS - having the umbrella over the centers - to strengthen the connections between individual centers.
Delivering excellent NET care, close to the patient.
University Hospital Gasthuisberg-KU Leuven
Aarhus University Hospital ENETS Center of Excellence
The advantages of being a CoE include the accreditation and recognition to provide the best possible care for patients with neuroendocrine tumors from diagnosis to treatment including national and international research collaborations.
Neuroendocrine Tumor Center of Excellence Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Depart. PE
Patients have documentation for treatment and follow-up occur at a high international level at the Copenhagen Neuroendocrine Tumor Centre of Excellence, Rigshospitalet, which was accredited as one of the first six centers in Europe 2009.
Dept of Gastroenterology-Pancreatology Beaujon Hospital and Paris Diderot University Clichy
Being a CoE leads to national and international recognition of expertise, increase in patient numbers, attractivity for basic, clinical, and translational research. In the latter cases, cooperation between CoEs is extremely important and fruitful.
Hôpital Edouard Herriot
Becoming an ENETS center of excellence represents a real benefit for the service: it encourages a greater rigor, motivated us to build a solid database. Regular evaluations help us to consistently improve patient care. The discussions and sharing of experience with the auditors are particularly interesting and constructive.
IPC Neuroendocrine Tumor Center
Universitary Center of Excellence for Neuroendocrine Tumors Toulouse
Zentralklinik Bad Berka GmbH
Being a CoE helps us to work as an interdisciplinary team together every day to constantly improve patient treatment and outcomes.
ENETS CoE - Charité, Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Virchow-Klinikum
Charité was the very first ENETS CoE to be accredited in Europe. Over the years, we have been able to significantly improve NET patient healthcare and treatment in terms of outcomes, quality of life and survival. Our diverse multi-disciplinary team work to the highest of clinical standards and participate in the most current clinical and translational research.
University hospital of cologne
Zentrum für Neuroendokrine Tumore, Westdeutsches Tumorzentrum Essen, Klinik für Endokrinologie und Stoffwechselerkrankungen, Universitätsklinikum Essen
We are a CoE to promote interdisciplinary exchange between our specialists and also to be part of a European network that can offer the best treatment for our patients through unified diagnostics and therapy.
NET Centrum Hamburg
Becoming an ENETS CoE has substantially improved the care of our NET patients and has led to an enhanced visibility and recognition as a referral center for professionals and patients.
Interdisziplinäres Endokrines und Neuroendokrines Tumorforum (IENET) am Universitären Centrum für Tumorerkrankung (UCT) Universitätsmedizin der Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz
NET Zentrum Marburg
Being a COE supports us in providing state of the art, evidence-based and quality-controlled care to our patients with neuroendocrine tumors following the ENETS guidelines.
Zentrum für Neuroendokrine Tumore, Klinikum rechts der Isar
GEPNET-KUM - Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Neuroendokrine Tumoren desGastroEnteroPankreatischen Systems des Klinikums der Universität München
NET Center Tübingen
Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Neuroendokrine Tumoren Würzburg
Our center has been operating from 2 years and during this time, the number of patients referred to us has substantially increased. Our vision is to provide high standard patient orientated care considering each patient's special requirements.
Semmelweis University 2nd Department of Internal Medicine
Neuroendocrine Tumour Centre - St Vincent's Universtiy Hospital
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center
Improve quality of the NET MDT meetings, more in-depth discussions & consistent specialist participation, continuous reassessment & peer review of individualized care plan, Increase number of NET patients referred to the center and their treatment quality (outcomes, QOL, survival).
NET BOLOGNA Multidisciplinary Team
To improve cooperation between NEN-dedicated health professionals with a continuous commitment to reach internationally-shared high standards of care in order to guarantee the best support, clinical management and easier access to clinical trials for our patients.
European Institute of Oncology
National Cancer Institute of Milan
Advantages include improved recognition and structured cooperation, improved research and therefore more NET patients referring to the Center. Collaboration and the sharing of diagnostic and therapeutic pathways by specialists allow the best quality of care for these rare forms of cancer.
San Raffaele Hospital Neuroendocrine Tumor Group
Multidisciplinary Group for Neuroendocrine Tumors of Naples
Being a CoE allows to offer the best care to our patients, as multidisciplinary management is crucial to plan safe, effective and patient-centred care.
Neuroendocrine Tumours (NET) Center Roma Policlinico Agostino Gemelli - Policlinico Sant'Andrea
More visibility, more patients, more work, more experience to take better care of our patients and their future.
Humanitas Research Hospital
To be a CoE is a stimulus to continuously improve our clinical and research performances, allows us to recruit more patients and facilitates the cooperation with other centers.
Multidisciplinary Group of Verona for Neuroendocrine Tumors
Being a CoE has allowed us to consolidate multidisciplinary collaboration among specialists, to make quality analysis of processes an integral part of our work and to improve the quality of our work and increase our attractiveness.
Academic Medical Center Amsterdam
As a CoE, we constantly feel supported by ENETS and other dedicated CoEs and colleagues to bring the best treatment to our patients.
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek/UMC Utrecht, centrum voor neuro-endocriene tumoren
Being a CoE emphasises the need for a sustainable, dedicated multidisciplinary team and resources for innovative research and treatment of patients with neuroendocrine tumors.
University Medical Center Groningen
Quality control makes the NET team better.
ENETS centre of excellence Erasmus MC Rotterdam
Advantages of being a CoE: leads to high quality of NEN care and facilitates national and international recognition.
Center for neuroendocrine tumors
The most positive effect of becoming a CoE was the application process as we had to rethink our activity and based on the requirements, we certainly improved the quality of our service.
Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Centre and Institute of Oncology
Neuroendocrine Tumor ENETS Center of Excellence, Department of Endocrinology and Neuroendocrine Tumor, Medical University of Silesia, Katowice
Since our department became an ENETS CoE it has become more recognized and one of the leading NET centers in Poland. Collaborating with other ENETS institutions is a great opportunity to share knowledge and experience as well as searching for and creating new standards in the NET patients care. CoE certificate is beneficial both for the patients and the center.
Vall Hebron Institute of Hospital Universitari Oncoloy
Department of Endocrine Oncology Uppsala University Hospital
The regular reports give you a good indication about the status of your department and what to improve even more.
Universitätsspital Basel - TZ NET
Centre des tumeurs neuroendocrines
University Hospital of Zurich
As a CoE, we constantly live, develop and improve our interdisciplinary structure to treat the patients according to the ENETS guidelines. We treat many patients with this rare type of cancer and through this, expand our expertise within the network of our institution as well to our affiliation centers.
Belfast NET Centre
The MDT receives referrals from all hospitals across Northern Ireland. Patients are then seen at the NET clinic (Royal Victoria Hospital), the oncology clinic (Northern Ireland Cancer Centre) and the hepatobiliary surgery clinic (Mater Infirmorum Hospital).
Birmingham Neuroendocrine Tumour Centre
Patients can be confident of receiving a high-quality service.
The ARDEN NET Centre, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust, WISDEM centre
As a CoE, we offer the highest standards of care for patients with NET, which include opportunities to be involved in clinical research.
West of Scotland NET Centre
Liverpool Regional NET Service
Liverpool ENETS CoE provides a comprehensive range of services for NET patients from Cheshire and Merseyside as well as North Wales and the Isle of Man. We hold weekly clinics and multidisciplinary team meetings and have access to all the medical specialties, diagnostic tests and treatments that are needed to manage patients with NETs.
King's Health Partners ( Kings College Hospital (lead site), Guys, St Thomas, Kent, North Hampshire Hospital)
The advantages of being a recognised center are that patients know who to contact, know the specialists within the center and know that standards are maintained and audited.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Patient care based on guidelines and "gold standards"; high number of referrals; access to trials and funds for research.
Royal Free Hospital
The Christie Neuroendocrine Centre of Excellence
Being a Center of Excellence has allowed us to have a patient-centred, adequately-resourced multidisciplinary team, working to high clinical standards, and both participating and leading on clinical and translational research to improve the outcomes of our patients with NETs.
Newcastle Freeman Hospital NET Centre of Excellence
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
The recognition has led to greater acknowledgement in-house of the role of this service, and the important role that it plays in coordinating care for such a diverse group of tumours. Improved awareness of the need to refer patients to specialists. More emphasis on data collection that may otherwise be ignored. A focus on audits to help drive forward quality and service-improvements.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals European Neuroendocrine Tumour Centre of Excellence
Sheffield as an ENETS center of excellence has raised the standard of care for all patients with NETs across our entire geographical region.
Wessex Neuroendocrine Tumour Group
University of Iowa Neuroendocrine Tumor Center of Excellence
Becoming the first ENETS CoE in the US has enabled NET patients to recognize criteria for optimal care of their disease and has enabled our CoE to provide our patients with more opportunities for clinical trials.