Patient Resources

Logan Health and the Flathead Valley community offer a variety of services to support your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being during cancer treatment. Below are services to inform and educate. Many of these services require a referral. Please speak with your medical provider about the best options for you and your loved ones.

Symptom Support Clinic
You can arrange one 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 who experience acute or severe symptoms. (Telemedicine visits are available.)

Genetic Counseling
The cancer genetic counseling program is designed to help you understand the impact of family history and genetics on the risk for developing cancer. A genetics consultation can help determine if a person, or the family, has an increased risk for developing certain cancers. We offer Genetic Counseling for all cancer types. Please ask your physician if these services are right for you or call Logan Health Genetics to learn more at (406) 607-8003.

Home Care & Hospice
When you are ill or recuperating from a medical condition at home, can provide a full range of professional services to support you. Under the direction of your physician, skilled care is given on an intermittent basis by registered nurses, physical therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, dietitians, social workers and home health aides. We provides services in Flathead, Lake and Lincoln counties. Call (406) 751-4200 to learn more.

Nutrition Counseling
During cancer treatment it is common for people to experience unwanted side effects such as taste changes, constipation, diarrhea, high blood sugar, dry mouth, swallowing difficulties, nausea or vomiting. Medical nutrition therapy can help you reduce side effects and promote a stable weight. Contact Nutrition Services at (406) 751-6728.

Oncofertility Services
Options are available that may enable you to preserve your fertility and to build a family in the future. Talk to your physician and your cancer care team about any questions you have about the effect cancer may have on your ability to have children. They can determine if there is cause for concern and guide you to the appropriate resource. Learn more about oncofertility services an our Women's Care.

National Resources:
American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society funds and conducts research, shares expert cancer information, supports patients, and spreads the word about prevention. ACS Patient Services

CaringBridge: CaringBridge® offers free personalized websites that allow you to stay in touch with family and friends during a health crisis, treatment and recovery. The goal of the service is to ease the burden of keeping friends and family updated, while also providing a way for them to send their love, support and encouragement.
 

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