Cancer Survivorship Program
The Cancer Survivorship Program provides holistic care to support the health and wellbeing of survivors of childhood, adolescent, and young adult cancer. Our goal is to support patients so that they can live their healthiest lives possible. We partner with patients and their families to create a plan for wellness after treatment that includes: clear guidance on evidence-based follow up care tailored to a person’s cancer treatment history, referrals to specialty providers experienced in the care of cancer survivors, health and wellness education and support, and mental health integration. Our services will ease the transition to life after cancer care while providing easy access to specialist support focused medical care.
To improve the quality of life of survivors of childhood and AYA cancer in the five-state Mountain West (UT, ID, MT, NV, WY) as well as support caregivers. Through an evidence-based, whole-person model of care the program will empower self-efficacy, educate, address modifiable risk factors, and improve the overall health, well-being, and happiness of survivors.
To deliver ideal survivorship care for children, adolescents and young adults (AYAs). To elevate the field of survivorship through outstanding clinical care, consequential research, and innovative programing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Services We Provide:
- Assessment for late effects of cancer treatment
- Education about individual cancer history, risk for late-effects, and how to decrease those risks.
- A copy of your Survivorship Care Plan: a roadmap to keeping you healthy after therapy.
- Seamless referral to specialty providers for ongoing targeted care
- Health and wellness education and referrals
- Support services to help patients and families reach their life goals after cancer whether that be transitioning back to school after a lengthy absence, starting a new job, or regaining strength by working with a physical therapist.
- Support navigating the healthcare system as a cancer survivor.