Support for You and Your Family
At University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center, we know that cancer changes a person’s life, which is why we focus on caring for each patient as a whole person. In order to do our best, we ask patients and their loved ones to partner with us in these ways:
Talk to Us About Concerns or Worries
We encourage patients to tell us about their concerns and worries, ask us questions, let us know if we are not meeting their needs, or if they have new ones. Knowing what problems a patient is having and how he or she is coping helps us to treat them better.
Tell Us About Day-to-Day Issues
Patients may have day-to-day problems that are caused or made worse by their cancer. They might have trouble getting rides to doctor visits, money issues, or problems with children or loved ones. We know this stress can affect a patient’s health and well-being, so patients are encourage to tell us if they have these types of concerns. Our team will work to find ways to help.
Services and Resources
Find out more information about the ways UH Seidman Cancer Center can help patients during their cancer treatment:
Learn more about our services by referring to our Ways We Can Help booklet. Patients should speak to their doctor or nurse if they would like to take advantage of any of these services, or if a service is not listed.
To speak to someone other than members of a cancer care team, please call our Nurse Cancer Information service line at 216-844-5432 or 800-641-2422.