Regional Cancer Care Northwest has developed a number of clinics and programs to assist cancer patients and their families. They cover various points of the cancer journey from treatment to recovery and beyond. These programs are designed to help lessen the burden of that journey, and improve overall wellness.
These programs include:
Find out more about each clinic and program below.
The BLISS Clinic is a Nurse-led sexuality clinic designed to help patients and/or family members who are dealing with intimacy and sexuality concerns as a result of cancer treatment.
For more information or to book an appointment, please phone (807)684-7200 or toll-free 1-877-696-7223.
The Lymphedema Clinic is available for cancer patients who develop or are at risk for lymphedema.
A registered physiotherapist trained in lymphedema will develop a customized treatment plan and help you set goals focused on learning lymphedema prevention and self-management skills.
The Palliative Pain and Symptom Clinic provides excellent pain and symptom management for people living with cancer as well as assessing the psychosocial, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and their loved ones. The goal is to improve the quality of living and dying for patients and their families who are coping with challenging, advanced, or life-threatening illness.
The team works together with patients and families, providing pain and symptom management at every stage of the patient’s disease.
Patients and families can meet with the team in a few different ways:
If you would like to be referred to the Palliative Pain and Symptom Clinic, please talk to your health care provider. If you have questions, you can phone (807)684-7200 or toll-free 1-877-696-7223 ext. 7202. Email us at email@example.com
Smoking cessation services are offered to all cancer patients and their families through the Regional Cancer Centre. Your nurse or doctor at the Cancer Centre will ask you if you smoke. If you smoke, a referral will be sent to our Nurse Practitioner. The Nurse Practitioner will call to offer you a smoking cessation appointment.
When treatment is complete you may no longer need to see a cancer doctor for your follow-up care. Your cancer doctor will connect you with the Transition Clinic.
The Transition Clinic team will arrange an appointment with you to review your health and treatment summary. The team will recommend important follow-up care with your primary health care provider.
At this appointment you will learn:
While transitioning from the Regional Cancer Centre, you can access our Supportive Care services for support to help you connect to community resources. Phone 807-684-7310 or toll free 1-877-696-7223 ext. 7310.
WE-Can® is a 10-week wellness and exercise program for individuals living with cancer. This program is offered to patients of the Regional Cancer Centre who are in active treatment or up to five years post-treatment.
This program offers:
A referral from your cancer doctor or primary care provider is required. For more information, please speak to any member of your health care team about a referral to the program or contact the WE-Can® program directly at (807) 684-7221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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