Cancer Care

A patient navigator program for you and your family

After a cancer diagnosis, you may have many questions, concerns and even fears. As a new patient at Goshen Center for Cancer Care, we help make life after a cancer diagnosis less scary. Part of our approach is providing the resources you need to ensure your best quality of life. Our patient orientation program is available to help you navigate cancer care at our center.

Lead by our dedicated Colleagues, we help you understand your diagnosis, treatment options and the supportive services available to you and your family. Whether you need help with cancer treatment in Goshen or Warsaw, IN, our team is here to help prepare you to fight cancer. Call (888) 492-4673 (HOPE) to talk with our oncology information specialists.

What to expect

The new patient program is designed for both patients and their families. In the orientation sessions, you’ll get to connect with other new patients while learning about:

  • Treatment options – learn about the types of treatment available, including any clinical trials
  • Accommodations – determine if staying at the CARE House is right for you
  • Nutrition – understand how diet affects cancer treatment
  • Naturopathic medicine – consider natural treatments offered alongside traditional cancer treatments, mind-body counseling and dietary interventions
  • Guidebook – personalized to each patient and features a symptom tracker, a calendar and side effect management tips
  • Stress-relieving items – including tea and lap quilts

Empowering our patients

Our patients have benefited from the new patient navigator program and learned about the helpful resources offered at Goshen Center for Cancer Care. We believe that when you have the information you need, you’ll be better prepared for coping with a diagnosis of cancer. And when you’re better prepared, you can expect less stress during your treatment with us.

At our center, cancer treatment is never a solo experience. From making the first steps to deciding on a treatment, we stay by your side. Call (574) 364-2922 to speak with our cancer survivor coordinator Libby Stout or request an appointment online.

Goshen Center for Cancer Care provides help for cancer patients in Goshen and Warsaw, IN.