The Cancer Registry collects information on all patients diagnosed and/or treated for cancer at St. Vincent’s. This information is entered into a database where it can be analyzed, assisting us in monitoring patient outcomes and furthering cancer care.
Candid Conversations about Breast Cancer
Our breast health experts know how stressful it is to be diagnosed with breast cancer . Working as a team---a cancer doctor, registered nurse and patient advocate gather with patients for an evening of informal conversations. They meet the third Tuesday of the month at the Mary Virginia Terry Cancer Center located on our St. Vincent’s Riverside campus. To reserve your place in one or more of these events, call 904-308-5490.
St. Vincent's has social workers and care managers available to help link you and your family to community resources, assist with establishing a discharge plan from the hospital and provide support and counseling related to your illness. Call 904-308-4673 for more information.
Hospice Liaison Program
Because we believe that end-of-life experiences should be filled with dignity and respect, St. Vincent's offers you the opportunity to receive hospice care. Your social worker will arrange for a hospice liaison nurse to meet with you and your family if the care is needed.
Kids Together Against Cancer (KTAC)
Support for children dealing with a parent’s cancer journey. Call 904-308-5822 or visit the KTAC website for the next monthly meeting date or special event. This program is free regardless of where you are receiving treatment.
Free yoga classes for cancer survivors and their caregivers. Meets every Tuesday 11:30-12:30. Call 904-308-7879 for more information.