Care Support refers to individualized assistance offered to patients, families and caregivers to help overcome healthcare system barriers and facilitates timely access to quality medical and psychosocial care. It is our commitment to provide each patient personalized treatment that is both respectful and compassionate.To learn more about Care Support, please click here.
A healthy diet can help fight or prevent cancer, and it is certainly needed to help alleviate any side effects you may experience during treatment. At West Cancer Center, our patients have the added advantage of Nutritionists on staff to help allay any dietary concerns over the course of your treatment and beyond. To learn more about our Nutrition Program, please click here.
Cancer affects far more than the body; the emotional well being of a patient must be considered as well. An otherwise perfectly healthy, well-adjusted individual is suddenly forced to face his or her own mortality. When one is diagnosed with cancer, they commonly experience anxiety and stress. Side effects from drugs used to treat the cancer may also create problems ranging from insomnia to sexual dysfunction. In addition to the patient’s needs, we consider the needs of family members, caregivers and co-workers. To learn more about what we offer, please click here.
Genetic counseling is the process of helping people understand and adapt to the medical, psychological and familial implications of genetic contributions to disease. West Cancer Center is committed to providing comprehensive genetic counseling services to appropriate patients.To learn more about our Genetic Counseling program, please click here.
Cancer presents a challenge on many levels - physical, emotional, and spiritual. Through our Spirirutal Services, our goal is to help nurture your spiritual well-being so that you may find peace, comfort and meaning at a time when you need it most. For more information on our Spiritual Services, please click here.
People diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones are faced with many challenges that leave them feeling overwhelmed, afraid, and alone. They may find it difficult to talk about their feelings, even to family and friends. Where can they turn? Perhaps a cancer support group is the answer. A support group can provide a safe place to express thoughts, feelings, and fears with others also coping with cancer. To read about our Support Groups, please click here.