From diagnosis to the conclusion of treatment, our multidisciplinary professional team navigates a course of action and supports your choices regarding fighting your illness.
We use the latest research, treatment, technology, quality care and most importantly, the dedication of our staff to fight all stages of cancer. All of our cancer care physicians are board certified and participate in a wide range of cancer clinical trials.
Cancer Support Services
Created especially for our patients and their caregivers, the support services provided by FirstHealth Cancer Services will empower you to handle the many important decisions through diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.
FirstHealth Cancer Services offers a comprehensive cancer program that combines surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy with nutritional counseling, body and mind therapy,companionship, exercise and spiritual support to enhance quality of life and minimize side effects during and after cancer treatment.
For a printable list of our cancer support services, click here.
Choose a support service below to learn how we can support you through your journey.
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