Community Outreach and Education
Crozer-Keystone Health System offers many programs and activities designed to lower the risk of cancer and detect cancer at early stages.
Screenings are offered throughout the year at Crozer-Keystone Health System hospitals, including free colorectal, prostate and skin cancer screenings.
To learn more about upcoming screenings, call the Crozer Regional Cancer Center at 610-447-2646, the Delaware County Regional Cancer Center at 610-284-8182, or view our Classes and Events.
School Education Programs
School education programs bring information about risk factors, screening recommendations and self-examination to area high school students. Adult education programs are offered to a variety of audiences on cancer-related topics.
For more information, call the Crozer Regional Cancer Center at 610-447-2646 or the Delaware County Regional Cancer Center at 610-284-8182.
"Clear the Air" Smoking Cessation Program
Crozer-Keystone offers free 6-session group programs led by experts who understand why you smoke. The programs use a positive behavioral change approach that teaches you how to become a nonsmoker for good.
For many smokers, especially those who have tried to quit before, group support can make the difference in helping to stay smoke-free.
FREE Nicotine Replacement Therapy is available to those who qualify.
For more information and to register, call CKHS Community Health Education at (610) 447-6009.