At Baptist Cancer Center we treat the whole patient, not just their physical symptoms. Our cancer treatment plans include support services featuring social workers, survivors support groups, spiritual support, and rehabilitation programs. Emotional recovery from a cancer diagnosis is just as important as a physical recovery. We utilize a team of physicians, specialists and nurses to help you not only fight cancer but also understand your diagnosis and support you from diagnosis through recovery.
The Flying Colors program's mission is to empower those touched by cancer through a buddy system, networking groups and workshops with other survivors so that they can learn to live life to the fullest. Read about our other support groups and find one that will benefit you.
This program offers a community of hope and support services to families and patients dealing with catastrophic illness. This programs offers resources, events, and is full of compassionate volunteers.
Our social workers help families with discharge planning and locating resources within their community to help with care plans. A social worker may assist you with home health, hospice, assisted living, retirement living, or outpatient treatments.
A cancer diagnosis can be very challenging for patients and families. The Baptist Cancer Center has chaplains as part of the Pastoral Care services who can offer emotional and spiritual support following a cancer diagnosis.
Our rehabilitation team is here to address both the physical and cognitive side effects that you may experience throughout your cancer treatment from diagnosis to survivorship.