Carroll Hospital Center
The Women's Place: Offers clinical services, educational resources, complimentary health services and medical screenings. It encompasses a boutique, the Breast Center and a resource library. For more information, call 410-871-6161.
The Red Devils: Carroll Hospital Center partners with this nonprofit to help with house cleaning, chemotherapy and radiation co-pay assistance, transportation to and from treatments and more. For more information, call 410-871-6163 or 410-871-6842.
Genetic counseling: A physician's referral is required for this service that includes a comprehensive history and risk assessment and support from a genetic counselor. For more information, call 410-871-6161.
The Breast Center at Carroll Hospital Center: Located in The Women's Place, the center has a medical team, educational resources and free consultative services. For more information, call 410-871-6161.
Navigation Services/Nurse Navigators: These registered nurses work with cancer patients through diagnosis to survivorship. They coordinate upcoming procedures and treatments, inform patients of available services and share information about programs available in the community. For more information, call 410-871-6161.
Complimentary health services: This encompasses various educational resources and therapies, such as yoga, massages and acupuncture. For more information, call 410-871-6161.
Resource libraries: There's a variety of print and video resources available in the Oncology Unit Resource Center, 410-871-7312, and The Women's Place Resource Center, 410-871-6161.
The Boutique: Women may take home a variety of products, such as wigs, head scarves, knit hats, mastectomy wear and more. Call 410-871-6161 to schedule a free personal consultation.
Nutritional counseling: A dietitian specializing in oncology nutrition can help a patient during chemotherapy or radiation to develop eating plans and during recovery; physician's referral is required. For more information, call 410-871-6161.
Lymphedema treatment program: This is for those with lymphedema, which is a swelling caused by a disrupted lymphatic system; a physician's referral is required, and treatments are from a certified massage and lymphedema therapist. For more information, call 410-871-6161.
Educational programs: Some programs geared toward cancer patients include Look Good, Feel Better; I Can Cope Education Series, Reducing your Risk of Lymphedema, and more. Call Health Access at 410-871-7000 for more information or visit http://www.carrollhospitalcenter.org.