If you or someone close to you is facing a diagnosis of cancer, it’s important to focus all of your time and energy on beating the disease. With the comprehensive care available through Kennedy Health, you have the opportunity to concentrate on your health. That’s because from diagnosis through treatment, you can count on the latest advancements in technology and a highly skilled team of cancer specialists to provide seamless and effective care.
Our team of physicians include surgeons whose efforts are directed toward removing the tumor, medical oncologists and radiation oncologists who specialize in the treatment of cancer by providing treatments that can complement surgery or be used alone. In addition, radiologists and pathologists provide pivotal information to accurately diagnose the cancer and support the selection of the most effective treatment approach. While most patients never meet these physicians, their contributions to your care is significant.
A team of dedicated health care professionals with specialized expertise in cancer collaborate with our physicians and directly participate in your care. Among others, these include oncology certified nurses, registered radiation therapists, and an oncology social worker.
Hope & Healing Stitchers - Knitting & Crocheting Club - Tuesdays 09-06-16 thru 12-13-16 - 01/04/2016
Join fellow community knitters and/or crocheters on an ongoing basis. Share and learn new skills, while working on community projects that will benefit Kennedy Cancer Center patients and their families. Please bring your own supplies and materials.
Tai Chi - Mondays 01-09-17 - 12-11-17 - 10/28/2016
Tai Chi is a Chinese slow motion exercise designed to promote good health and longevity by circulating internal energy or 'chi.' Benefits include promoting relaxation and reducing stress. Anyone can do it regardless of age or condition. Great by itself or complements other exercises, lowers blood pressure, improves balance and coordination, slows and improves breathing and builds strength and vitality for cancer patients during and after treatment.