Well, you are a bit of a drive from "anywhere" (I know...my husband was from north of the Black Hills in South Dakota!) However, there is an excellent medical school in Denver
Also, Virginia Mason in Seattle is top-notch
I don't recommend "Cancer Centers of America." They are a for-profit chain of hospitals and are not known for expertise in bladder cancer.
Diagnosis 2-08 Small papillary TCC; CIS
BCG; BCG maintenance
Vice-President, American Bladder Cancer Society
Depending upon what type of insurance you have, you might want to give CTCA, Cancer Treatment Centers of America. You'll have to travel for their services, sometimes it's not the closest Center to your home and I'm sure different people have their opinions on CTCA. I checked different options/facilities and have had nothing but complete satisfaction with the services they have provided for me. The team/people/everyone encountered there are fabulous. Jay
Sorry I don't have anything to share about doctors in beautiful Wyoming and can imagine you may need to travel quite a distance potentially to access a major bladder cancer treatment center and specialist doctor.
We switched from our local general urologist to a specialist 90 miles from home after reading in the forum about the importance of working with a bladder cancer specialist.
My husband is 51 and we also had a January 2015 diagnosis of bladder tumors/cancer. The TURBT was performed 03-11-15 and we'll learn in about a week the type and stage of cancer.
Since our bladder cancer specialist is more likely to have "seen it all" and treated so many kinds of scenarios, I feel we will receive the most effective care and treatment. That has reduced the worrying significantly.
We have full faith in the specialist to guide us to the best possible outcome.
Just curious if anyone could offer any suggestions on treatment centers or bladder cancer specialists in the Rocky Mountain region; we live in Wyoming so any surrounding states would be helpful. Thank you.