Oncology and Infusion Services
A diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming - but you don't have to challenge the disease alone. The team of caring professionals at Lakeview Health is here to help you through this difficult time. Our healthcare providers will help you through diagnosis, consults, treatment and follow-up care. We provide a soothing, healing environment that is close to home.
We view our patients as the most important member of our healthcare team. The communication of your needs, desires and input are crucial in helping us provide patient-centered care.
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- Development of individualized treatment care plans
- Follow-up care
- Chemotherapy, biotherapy and targeted agents
- Non-chemotherapy infusions, including blood transfusions
- Options for semi-private, private or community seating for infusions
- Holistic, healing, soothing environment
- Compassionate, highly-trained, caring staff
- Clinical care coordinator to guide you
Providers and Locations
Cancer Care Team:
Primary care providers; Radiologists; On-site pathologist; Board certified medical oncologist; Board certified surgeons; Plastic surgeons; Clinical care coordinator; Experienced oncology nurses
Additional Care Team Members
Social workers; Chaplaincy; Lymphedema specialists; Prosthetic breast consultants; Palliative care team; Hospice; Homecare
Look Good...Feel Better
Look Good...Feel Better teaches beauty techniques to women cancer patients in active treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Look Good...Feel Better is a collaboration between the American Cancer Society; the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association Foundation; and the National Cosmetology Association.
Free - Advance registration required, call toll-free 800-227-2345
Finding Your Way Through Cancer
A five-week series for individuals and their families who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Each week will address an issue that most people confront at one time or another during their journey through cancer, including the "new normal" and making decisions. Facilitator: Julie Edstrom.
Free - Advance registration required, (651) 430-4697
All support groups are free. New members are welcome at any time. Support groups are confidential and are facilitated by trained medical staff and/or volunteers. Medical advice is general information; always refer to your own provider.
Breast Cancer Support Group
Second Wednesday of each month, 7:00-8:30 PM
Fourth Wednesday of each month, 3:30-5:00 PM
Call (651) 269-0480 to verify location and time
Facing Cancer Together (FaCT)
A program of the Angel Foundation
An educational support program offered for children and families who have a parent with cancer.
Free - Registration required, call (612) 205-5743
For more information visit www.mnangel.org
Multiple Myeloma Support Group
Second or third Wednesday of each month, 1:00-3:00 PM
1875 Northwestern Ave.
Call (651) 437-9064 or visit http://minnesotamyeloma.blogspot.com for information
Ostomy Support Group
First Saturday of each month, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
(No meetings in June, July or August)
2300 W. Orleans St.
Spouses and family always welcome.
Call (651) 275-5438 for information
Prostate Cancer Support Group
Topics presented by Stillwater Medical Group urologist Dr. Tom Stormont
First Wednesday of November and May, 11:30 AM
Call (651) 430-4510 for information
To learn more about Oncology and Infusion Services, please call (651) 430-4790.