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Clinic Services

Counseling

The Survivorship Clinic works with a team of Social Workers and Psychiatrists who offer a free counseling program for cancer survivors. We also offer a variety of resources for counseling in the community.

Education

For Patients

  • Talk to your social worker or provider about regularly scheduled cancer specific educational programs or programs in the community. We also offer a monthly education series on various topics for cancer survivors. See calendar for up to date events: Click Here

For Providers

Exercise and Cancer Rehab

  • Referrals to local and community physical therapists are available at your Survivorship Clinic visit.
  • GW outpatient cancer rehabilitation
  • TACfit program- graduate students from the GW exercise and nutrition science department are available for one on one consultations and goal setting to increase you physical activity level.
  • For more information, read Exercise for Life

Neurology

Consultations with our neurology provider are available during your Survivorship Clinic visit.

Nutrition

Consultations with our registered dietitian are available during your Survivorship Clinic visit.

Reviews

  • very helpful and comforting. I was able to get a little more organized and gained a good understanding of what I need to do.

  • extremely helpful. After a long time and being a multi-cancer survivor this program opened up my life again. This program has caused me to reach out even more for what I need to go forward. Thank you.

  • very informative. You really care about the patients. It’s obvious!

  • another part of the continuum of excellent care I’ve received over the course of my breast cancer treatment. Doctors, nurse practitioners, and all staff are knowledgeable and supportive.

  • informative, helpful, not scary or overly intrusive. Responsive to my questions and friendly!!

  • exceptional. I was able to talk about my concerns. The team was very personal. They gave me helpful guidelines for my diet. I think every survivor should participate.