Here you'll find hospitals and clinics offering cancer treatment near you, as well as other services ranging from medical equipment to breast reconstruction.
They offer a variety of cancer care services in New Orleans and it is the state's only hospital in the MD Anderson Cancer Network. They also offer other services such as support groups, navigation services, and an exercise program specifically for cancer survivors.
This New Orleans hospital provides everything from treatment, surgery, and rehabilitation to supportive and survivorship care. They also have a new comprehensive survivorship program that walks you through what to expect after treatment.
Located in New Orleans, they offer many cancer-related services a patient might need — from cancer specialists and technologies to social workers and financial consultants. The center is home to chemotherapy classes, monthly support groups and a yoga class for cancer patients.
Located in Slidell, they provide: mobility products, respiratory services, hospital beds, orthotics, and more. This is a great resource to make at-home care easier.
The cancer center is located in Baton Rouge and provides support groups, spiritual guidance, counseling, genetic testing, navigation services, rehabilitative therapy and more.
This center in Lafayette primarily provides breast imaging services, but also provides referrals for genetic counseling and newly diagnosed survival kits. In addition, they have two support groups for breast cancer survivors.
The center, located in New Orleans, specializes in breast reconstruction, including BRCA reconstruction for those who are genetically predisposed to breast cancer. They also offer lymphedema treatment and assistance in arranging financial coverage for services. They even have a free app that you can download that will guide users through the breast reconstruction process.
This Lake Charles hospital provides screening, treatment, and rehabilitative services. They also have robust support services such as patient navigation, dietary planning, home health services, counseling and three support groups.
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center is located in 5 cities across the state of Louisiana: Baton Rouge, Gonzales, Covington, Hammond, and Houma. Each location specializes in various services catering to cancer patients, such as treatment, genetic counseling, patient support services, support groups, coping resources, and more.
This resource center in Lafayette provides medical supplies, treatment care, financial assistance, support groups, and other group exercise classes at the wellness center for patients in Acadia, Avoyelles, Evangeline,Iberia, Jeff Davis, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, and Vermilion Parishes. In addition, they offer mastectomy items, wigs, hats, and scarves.
This center in Acadiana offers a nurse navigator, reconstruction and medical device implantation, a lymphedema program and a survivorship camp for cancer patients.
This Northshore Cancer Center offers a variety of services including screening, treatment and many support resources. They feature a number of support groups and exercise classes that are free and open to the public.
This medical center in Houma offers a full range of cancer services, including treatment and reconstruction, and also features a patient navigation program that assists patients by directing them to resources and support.
This hospital, located in Lake Charles, has services available from diagnosis to survivorship. This includes the Breast Health Navigation Program and the Pink Crusade Support Group.
This New Orleans medical center provides a range of programs and services, including screening, diagnostic procedures, and patient support services such as support groups and community resources. They also offer patient navigation to address the changing needs of patients throughout the cancer journey. They also offer a Bosom Buddies support group that brings survivors together for exercise, art, and other group activities.
The hospital offers cancer care and support services to women in Baton Rouge, including genetic counseling and testing, cancer health and fitness program, patient education, and breast cancer patient navigation. They also have a robust survivorship program called ReYOU that provides lots of helpful resources.
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