News and Updates

Kennedy Hosts ‘Eating Well During Cancer Treatment’ Community Program

Read more: cancer dietJoin Kennedy Health registered dietitian/nutritionist Stephanie Biggs Friday, Feb. 26, from 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. at the Kennedy Cancer Center (900 Medical Center Drive, Suite 207) to learn how and what to eat to increase your strength and maintain your weight during cancer treatment. The program will provide tips about making healthy food choices and how those choices can help you feel better and speed up recovery. 

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Low-dose CT lung screenings now reimbursed by CMS and Insurances

Read more: Lung Cancer Screening 2Lung cancer is one of the top-four deadliest cancers, but can be treated and cured when detected at an early stage.  Until recently, routine lung cancer screenings were not performed and many diagnosed with lung cancer faced a dismal survival rate.

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6th Annual Tree of Lights Remembrance Celebration

Read more: Tree of LightsRemember Those Who Have Passed...Honor Those Who Have Survived...Honor, remember and celebrate the lives of loved ones by symbolically illuminating a light on the Kennedy Cancer Center Tree of Lights.

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Participants Sought for Cancer Clinical Trial at Kennedy Health

Read more: Clinical TrialKennedy Health Seeks Participants for National Cancer Institute Clinical Trial

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Kennedy Cancer Center CT Lung Screening Program

Read more: Lung ScreeningLung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. and the most common cancer in men and women combined, after skin cancer.

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Key Patient Contacts

Louise M. Baca RN MSN - Cancer Center Administrator
856-218-5321

Oncology Nurse Navigator
Appointment scheduling and treatment navigation.
856-218-5324

Abigale Hassel, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C - Social Worker
Patient support and information.
856-218-5322

Cancer Center Accreditations

Commission on Cancer, ACR, NAPBC, Screening Center of Excellence

Upcoming Classes

Art Discovery Workshops - 06/22/2016
The act of creating art in a nourishing, peaceful environment often allows the mind and body to relax, to experience stillness, a zone of acceptance that carries on to daily activity. Explore your creativity through various art techniques, including drawing, painting, collage, and clay in a supportive and playful environment.

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HOPE - Helping Oncology Patients Exercise - 06/27/2016
Open to adult cancer patients of all ages and fitness levels. Research suggests exercise can help cancer patients reduce pain, nausea, anxiety and fatigue, improve ability to perform daily activities and enhance mood.

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