Whatever stage you are at in treatment, recovery or survivorship, our support care teams will design an integrated program with the primary goal of improving your quality of life.
The nurse navigators at Winship Cancer Institute are clinically trained professionals responsible for the identification and removal of barriers to timely and appropriate cancer care and treatment.
Our certified physical therapists provide a variety of rehabilitation programs and services in a dynamic care environment including lymphedema care.
Winship has licensed social workers and medical experts in the field of psychiatry available to you at all stages of diagnosis, treatment and recovery who will help you with a broad range of emotional and psychological issues.
Exercise may play an important role in controlling your cancer symptoms and even reducing the severity of side effects from treatment. To get you started, Winship offers the Winship at the Y program.
Our registered dietitians are available to answer questions and address concerns about managing your diet, weight, treatment side effects, and use of nutritional supplements during and after your treatment.
A spiritual health educator offers spiritual care, support and presence to you as a patient or survivor, your family and caregivers.
Our oncology social workers can assist you by providing practical assistance, support, and individual, family and group counseling.
Support groups provide a unique opportunity for you to connect with others and learn more about treatment options for your specific cancer type, find ways to improve your quality of life, and make friends.
Our survivorship program provides education, social support and care to all Winship patients and their caregivers and families transitioning into post-treatment life.
Young Adult Survivorship
Childhood cancer survivors require specialized follow-up care. At Winship, we provide a program specifically tailored to assist you.