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SERVICES FOR OUR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES


Linda B. and Robert B. Wiggins Wellness-Survivorship Center


Patient and Family Support


Strong emotions and major life changes can come from a cancer diagnosis. Our Patient and Family Support Services team can help cancer patients and their loved ones cope. All services are free and confidential.


801-585-9755 www.huntsmancancer.org/pfs


Wellness Center programs for cancer patients and families can improve your quality of life. Here are a few examples:


• YourStory Program. Volunteers help capture your life stories on CD at no charge. Record in a relaxed environment. Preserve your memories for family and friends.


• Fitness Program. Cancer exercise specialists lead free, fun classes and outdoor activities for patients and caregivers.


• Nutrition Program. Your diet can support your cancer treatments and help manage side effects. Talk one-on-one with a nutrition specialist for free.


Patient Resource Coordinator


Cancer treatment poses many practical questions. Need help with lodging or transportation? Our patient resource coordinator can help you find answers. You can also get referrals for legal and financial help, as well as child and pet care.


801-530-0385, extension 0


801-587-4585 www.huntsmancancer.org/ wellnesscenter


Cancer Learning Center


Borrow books, CDs, and videos. Talk with a cancer information specialist. Use a computer. Enjoy some peace and quiet in a comfy chair. Walk-ins encouraged! Free for everyone.


Huntsman Cancer Hospital 6th floor


Open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays Phone: 801-581-6365


888-424-2100 toll free E-mail: patient.education@hci.utah.edu


Clinic Volunteers


Financial Counseling


Need help understanding your insurance coverage? Worried you won’t be able to pay for your cancer care? Can’t figure out your medical bills? Our financial counselors will help.


801-587-4036 or 801-587-4037 10


You’ll see them in the waiting rooms, serving free drinks and snacks. More important, they bring caring attitudes and listening ears. Most of our volunteers are cancer survivors themselves.


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