The Crozer Regional Cancer Center at Crozer-Chester Medical Center and the Delaware County Regional Cancer Center at Delaware County Memorial Hospital offer a range of comprehensive services for their patients, some of which are not available at other hospitals.
Because a cancer diagnosis brings changes and challenges to everyday life, Crozer-Keystone Health System offers a special support group for women undergoing treatment for gynecologic cancers. The group includes discussions of the emotional aspects of a cancer diagnosis, offers support, and gives women the opportunity to share their experiences and express concerns. “Talk Out Loud” is held monthly at the Crozer Regional Cancer Center. Call 610-447-2646 for more information.
Crozer Regional Cancer Center also offers the unique Prevention and Risk of Cancer Assessment Program (PARCA), which uses personal and family history to assess an individual’s cancer risk factors. The program also provides clients with education, risk reduction strategies, genetic counseling and testing, and more. Call 610-447-2678 for more information.
The Proactive Energy Program helps patients battle the side effects of cancer treatments, particularly loss of energy, through emotional support, physical activity and nutrition counseling. Patients are referred into the program by their oncologist. Call 610-447-2646 for more information.
Look Good, Feel Better is a nonmedical, brand-neutral public service program cosponsored by CKHS and The American Center Society that teaches beauty techniques to cancer patients to manage their appearance. For more information, call 610-447-2655.
The Crozer Regional Cancer Center offers a range of complementary medicine offerings, such as yoga, acupuncture and cooking demonstrations. Call 610-447-2646 for more information.