The cancer program at Logan Health is certified as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Program from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. We use the latest technology for treatment. The staff are trained to support and assist you in finding the resources you may need or direct you to those who can help. Our board certified oncology physicians are trained to follow the National Comprehensive Cancer Network guidelines for cancer treatment. Nursing staff have oncology certified nurse designation.
Together, we develop a personalized care plan based on your needs, preferences and input. We want you to feel comfortable and confident during your treatment journey. Remember, there may not be just one option. It is our mission to help guide you through this.
The cancer journey can be challenging and overwhelming, and we are here to provide support, services and treatment for you and your family.
Our Cancer Care Services
Our team of cancer specialists are dedicated to your care. We provide support and resources beyond just cancer treatments, helping to guide and assist you and your family throughout your cancer journey:
Symptom Support Clinic
Our goal is to provide our cancer patients with convenient care when they start having symptoms related to cancer treatment. We are a collaborative clinic where you will be evaluated over the phone by our triage nurse. Depending on your severity, our nurses will make you an appointment with one of our advanced practice clinicians (APCs). Our APCs have years of experience in oncology, hematology, and the treatment of chemotherapy symptoms. They will collaborate very closely with your doctor.
We typically provide same-day appointments and help you avoid the emergency department in most cases. You can arrange an appointment by calling our Symptom Support hotline at (406) 752-8672. These appointments are available Monday thru Friday for cancer patients who are currently on treatment, and who experience acute or severe symptoms. Telemedicine visits are available.
When to contact the Symptom Support Clinic:
Patients may be seen for the following symptoms, but not limited to:
*PainTrue emergencies such as active chest pain, stroke symptoms, severe shortness of breath, etc., should continue to be evaluated in the Emergency Department.
- Shortness of breath
- Generalized fatigue
- Decreased appetite