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Aromatherapy is the use of fragrant essential oils, distilled from plants to alter mood or improve symptoms such as stress or nausea. If you would like to utilize aromatherapy during your infusion we offer a wide variety of essential oils targeted to address specific symptoms.


Dietitians and nutritionists are experts in the use of food and nutrition to promote health and manage disease. They can advise you on what to eat in order to lead a healthy lifestyle or achieve a specific health-related goal.

Genetic Counseling

A certified genetic counselor can help you and your family understand your inherited cancer risk. A genetic counselor explains available genetic tests and what they mean. They can also offer information about cancer screening, prevention, and treatment options and provide support.

Occupational Therapy

If everyday activities have become difficult for you, you may benefit from occupational therapy. Occupational therapy is designed to improve your functional independence and help you take part in the things you want and need to do.

Palliative Medicine

The Palliative Medicine program is a medical service focusing on relieving suffering and improving quality of life for anyone dealing with an illness. This program is helpful for those still seeking curative treatment, who need support for management of symptoms.

Patient Navigator

Patient Navigators provide assistance from diagnosis to recovery. They help set up appointments, medical tests, and provide support to the patient and family. They often make calls to communicate with you and work with you to assist with transportation or other social support needs.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists examine, evaluate, and treat patients whose conditions limit their ability to move and function in daily life. Physical therapy can help you reduce pain or symptoms and avoid the long-term use of prescription medications and their side effects.

Social Services

Our social workers help patients understand their diagnosis and make the necessary adjustments to their lifestyle, housing, or healthcare. They can provide information on services, such as home healthcare, support groups, and financial resources to help you manage your disease.

Spiritual Care

Chaplains are here to help you, a family member or loved one in need of support. If you feel anxious or upset or need someone to talk to, our Chaplains will be happy to offer a spiritual and emotional presence during your treatment.

Tobacco Cessation

Quitting smoking is hard, but we can help! Our tobacco treatment counselors are trained to help you develop an individualized quit plan to address your triggers and stressors to help make it the quit that sticks.

For information about any of our resources for cancer patients, call 606-780-5557.

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