Top Left Logo
Cancer Care Healthy People, Healthy Communities
Skip Navigation Links
Home
Careers
Tenders
Give
For Health Professionals
Contact Us

Spacer Spacer Spacer Spacer
Cancer Care original bnner
Index      Small Text Medium Text Large Text  


About Us

Regional Focus


The Cancer Care Program operates at the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre in St. John’s and also operates regional cancer centres across the province located in GanderGrand Falls-Windsor and Corner Brook. We also support chemotherapy delivery in a number of hospitals throughout the province.
 
We are committed to ensuring patients receive the highest standard of care as close to their home as possible.  Oncologists working with the Cancer Care Program hold clinics in the regional centres and also use video conferencing for patient appointments. This helps to reduce the distance patients have to travel for follow up appointments. 
 

Our People
 
We take a team approach to cancer care with you and your family as the most important members of the team. We have nearly 200 dedicated staff working together to offer services to help meet the physical, social, emotional and financial needs of patients and their families dealing with a diagnosis of cancer. 

The team consists of doctors (medical specialists), nurses, social workers, dietitians, radiation therapists and clerical/support staff. Other health professionals may be involved in your care as required. Your family doctor is also an important member of your cancer team. It is very important that you maintain contact with him/her while you are being treated for cancer.
 
Dr. H Bliss Murphy Cancer Foundation

Funding


While the Cancer Care Program of Eastern Health receives the majority of its funding from the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Program is fortunate to be supported by the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation, which has funded many initiatives to improve cancer care services across the province. This funding is made possible through the generosity of the people in our province.
 

spacer


Updated Apr 29, 2014