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Receiving a cancer diagnosis is life-altering and overwhelming. Our oncologists and team will work with you to create a cancer treatment plan designed to meet your needs and preferences, whether you need radiation, chemotherapy or surgery, or would benefit from cancer support groups. Our goal is to provide you the highest quality of life possible.
You will benefit from a full range of cancer information, resources and options, including:
- Emotional and spiritual guidance
- Nutrition counseling
- Pain management
- Palliative care
- Radiation therapy
- Specialized oncology nursing
Our multidisciplinary team approach integrates services to focus on you, not just the cancer.
Facility-to-facility video visits
Appointments are offered via facility-to-facility video visits, which reduce the need to travel far and enable patients to receive care close to home.
For a facility-to-facility video visit, patients arrive to the clinic and a nurse connects them with the specialist via video. The innovative technology uses a Bluetooth stethoscope, a USB otoscope and high definition cameras that can move and zoom in for a high-quality physical exam and personal conversation with the specialist.
Video appointments are currently offered at select locations in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Learn more about facility-to-facility video appointments.
Call us for more information or to schedule an appointment.
In certain cases, patients may be connected to services at other Mayo Clinic Health System locations for their follow-up care.