Cancer Resource Center

Cancer Resource Center

Cancer Resource Center

We are dedicated to you before, during and after your cancer experience.

Discovering you have cancer comes as a shock. Your initial reaction may be to desperately search for information regarding your diagnosis and to seek emotional support to help you through this difficult time. The Medical City Cancer Resource Center exists to meet these needs, and to help you become proactive about your care. The entire staff strives to give all patients the dignity, privacy and personal support they need.

The Medical City Cancer Resource Center, which is staffed with highly trained specialists, is dedicated to providing essential information, emotional support and education to each person touched by cancer. We offer access to research and community resources in a tranquil, inviting space. And thanks to our affiliation with the American Cancer Society, we are able to offer several free resources, including support groups, personal health managers, wigs, bras, scarves, hats, prostheses, literature and inspirational programs.

With the right resources, our patients and their families become empowered to deal with the challenges of cancer.

What's available to you through the Medical City Cancer Resource Center:

  • Complementary therapies
  • Educational materials
  • Classes
  • Genetic counseling
  • Internet access
  • Oncology-certified nurses
  • Support groups
  • Survivorship support
  • Wigs and prosthesis

 

Patients can also find information on the following oncology services:

  • Cancer registry
  • Clinical research trials
  • Imaging services
  • Medical oncology
  • Pediatric oncology
  • Radiation oncology
  • Stem cell transplantation
  • Surgical oncology
  • Women's Wellness

For more information, please call 972-566-5444 or email cancer.mcdh@hcahealthcare.com.

The Medical City Cancer Resource Center is located at Medical City in the Building A atrium. It is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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