Resources to Help Navigate Your Cancer Treatment
The cancer support and resource center at Loyola Medicine’s Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center provides you and your family members with necessary assistance and information to help you navigate your cancer care. Our resource center is staffed by a patient navigator who works directly with you to provide emotional, educational and clinical support.
Whether you are newly diagnosed or have already undergone cancer treatment, our center is available to you. Our patient navigator can provide valuable information about all types of cancers and clinical research. We can also help you with finances, transportation, lodging, pain and nausea medication and peer support. We are happy to help you look and feel your best with wigs and other cosmetic options, and any other concerns related to your cancer treatment.
Loyola’s cancer support and resource center is made possible by the American Cancer Society’s patient navigation services, which connects you and your family to many regional and national cancer support services.
Connect with the Support Center
The Loyola Medicine cancer support and resource center is located on the lower level of the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center.
Our patient navigator is available Monday through Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. You are welcome to stop in during these hours or call 708-327-3080 and ask for the cancer support center.