Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center overview
At Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center at South Pointe Hospital we care for the special needs of cancer patients with comprehensive and compassionate outpatient treatment – while remaining close to home. We offer our patients a private drive-up entrance, convenient parking, a centrally located nursing station surrounded by comfortable exam rooms and a registry area.
The Cancer Program has been awarded accreditation with silver status by the Commission on Cancer for the American College of Surgeons. With six areas of commendation, this award continues a legacy of quality cancer care provided by the South Pointe Cancer Team.
Scheduling an Appointment
To schedule an appointment, contact us at 216.491.6438.
Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute joined forces this year with The Word Church, a multi-site ministry with more than 34,000 members, to establish the Victory in Pink program — an initiative aimed at educating African-American men and women on breast cancer prevention.
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Cancer Genetic Counseling»
The American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society offers programs and services to help people with cancer manage their lives through treatment and recovery while finding the emotional support they need.
The Gathering Place
The mission of The Gathering Place is to support, educate and empower individuals and families touched by cancer through programs and services provided free of charge.
Oncology social workers at the Cancer Center at Hillcrest Hospital are licensed professionals. They are skilled in addressing the counseling, support and advocacy needs of patients with cancer and their families.
Many things get in the way of taking care of your health needs. At Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Cancer Center, specially trained people, called Patient Navigators, are available to help you. The purpose of the navigation program is to help underserved patients overcome barriers that may impact their ability to get needed cancer screenings or treatments. Eligible patients for navigation are individuals who need assistance with scheduling appointments, financial aid, and any other barrier that would impact his or her ability to receive appropriate treatment. By utilizing resources available from the Cleveland Clinic and throughout the community, the Patient Navigator can help to resolve the barriers to screening and treatment a patient may experience. Cleveland Clinic promotes our patients well-being, which is why our Patient Navigators will continue to follow up with each patient for his or her annual checkup.
- Address the financial, educational, cultural and/or psychosocial factors that create barriers for individuals in obtaining cancer screening and treatment
- Increase patient access to care by guiding patients through the healthcare system
- Provide ongoing support to patients throughout the continuum of care