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Einstein is dedicated to providing you with the best possible care before, during and after treatment.
Our cancer program offers services and support to meet many needs, including:
Survivorship focuses on the health and life of a person with cancer post-treatment until end of life. Einstein’s expanded cancer survivorship program provides treatment summaries and survivorship plans to patients and their primary care physicians, as well as their families, friends and caregivers. The program covers physical, psychosocial and economic issues of cancer, beyond the diagnosis and treatment phases.
Patient navigators are health care providers who have been trained to work with patients to help them solve problems and overcome obstacles that might keep patients from getting what they need. Einstein’s patient navigators provide focused service for breast, colorectal and prostate cancer patients. Through one-on-one contact with the patient our navigators schedule appointments and provide guidance from initial consultation until the end of treatment. Funded by the NCCCP.
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery609 West Germantown PikeSecond FloorEast Norriton, PA. 19403Get DirectionsDate: The second Wednesday of each month, from 7-8 p.m.Contact: Joanne Cipollini at 484-622-7446
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery609 West Germantown PikeSecond FloorEast Norriton, PA. 19403Get DirectionsDate: The first Thursday of each month, from 12-1 p.m.Contact: Joanne Cipollini at 484-622-7446
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia's Cancer Awareness and Prevention (CAP) program conducts educational programs and cancer screenings in our underserved communities. The program, which has served more than 12,000 people, enables Einstein to boost cancer awareness in African-American, Latino and Asian neighborhoods that do not otherwise have access to high quality medical care. For this work, the CAP program received the American Cancer Society's Cancer Control Award.
Our free makeover program for women with cancer. Co-sponsored by the American Cancer Society and the American Cosmetology Association, the program teaches women makeup, hair and wig-styling techniques to help them overcome some of the physical changes they experience due to side effects of cancer treatment.
Cancer Center at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia5501 Old York RoadBraemer Heart Building - 1st FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19141Get Directions
Cancer Center at Center One9880 Bustleton AvenueSuite 332Philadelphia, PA 19115Get Directions
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery609 West Germantown PikeSecond FloorEast Norriton, PA. 19403Get Directions
Note: This event requires registration prior to attending. Please call 1-800-EINSTEIN to register.
More about community and education prevention at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
Your long-term or extensive cancer treatment may cause a variety of physical changes. MossRehab, a nationally recognized rehabilitation hospital, provides the area's only cancer rehabilitation program. MossRehab's helps you regain strength, overcome pain and return to a high quality of life through:
Good nutrition offers extra benefits when you're dealing with cancer. A healthy diet can increase strength and energy, reduce treatment-related side effects, and help you heal and recover as quickly as possible. At Einstein Cancer Center, a Registered Dietician is available to speak with you during your treatment. Call and leave your name and number at 215-456-6648 for Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia and 484-622-0308 for Einstein Medical Center Montgomery.
Your cancer diagnosis and treatment may cause emotional side effects. Feelings of depression and anxiety, in particular, are common in cancer patients. If you experience these, or other mental health problems, you can get psychological or psychiatric counseling through Belmont Behavioral Health. We are dedicated to helping improve your quality of life. Contact Tiffany Raroha at 215-456-3818 to set up an appointment.
Patients who experience cancer-related pain and other symptoms, either from the disease itself, or from treatment, receive support and comfort through our palliative care service. Our goal is to alleviate the pain, symptoms and stress of serious illness. Care is available for people of any age and at any point in an illness. It can be delivered along with treatments that help fight your cancer. We offer both inpatient and outpatient services.
If you are receiving cancer treatment you may want to visit our Resource Center that offers a computer with Internet access, informational literature in English and Spanish, and a lending library of books and videotapes. We invite you to take advantage of this center. It's our way of helping you have the information you need to participate as an active member of the healthcare team and share in important decisions about your care. Call 215-456-3822 for more information.
Bilingual staff and physicians are available to help non-English-speaking patients communicate in their language at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia and video sign language or phone interpretations are available at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery free of charge. Interpretation is provided for Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Turkish, Mandarin, Italian, German, French and Vietnamese. With prior notice, interpreters will be provided for other languages. Please call our language interpreters at 215-456-6055 for more information or learn more about our free interpreter program.
We help hearing-impaired patients communicate by providing auxiliary aids such as qualified sign language interpreters and telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD). For patients admitted to the hospital, closed-caption television and a door knocker can be arranged by calling our language interpreters at 215-456-6055.
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