At Lipson Cancer Institute, we understand that caring for cancer goes beyond just the treatment – there are physical, emotional, and financial aspects that come with it. That’s why we see deeper than a patient’s diagnosis and offer a range of specialized programs that help treat the mind, body, and soul before, during, and after cancer.
Integrated care services are used as a supplement to traditional therapies like chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery. These therapies are designed to alleviate disease or treatment side-effects including pain, stress and anxiety, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, gastrointestinal issues, and neuropathy. These services are a regular part of your care plan and are provided in collaboration with your medical team.
The goal of our support services is to help you navigate this challenging time and make your treatment and follow-up care as comfortable and successful as possible. For more information on any of the support services listed below, please call 585.922.4020.
Financial counseling is available to help you and your family navigate the financial component of getting care at Lipson Cancer Institute. Our financial counselors are dedicated to serving as a resource to you by:
Rochester Regional Health has a variety of financial assistance options available to our patients who are uninsured or underinsured. Our financial counselors will assist you in determining if you qualify for financial assistance or if there are programs available that may help pay for your medical services.
Lipson Cancer Institute’s outpatient pharmacy provides you with convenient access to cancer prescription medications and supplies that are crucial to your treatment.
Our specialty-trained pharmacists serve as a dedicated resource to help:
Above all, our oncology pharmacists are here to ensure the accuracy, safety and effectiveness of your medications.
Lipson Cancer Institute provides specialty-trained social workers at most of our locations who can provide advocacy, education, resources and compassion to help you and your family cope with cancer.
Social work services may include:
Transportation shouldn’t be a roadblock to receiving cancer treatment. We understand that even with help from family and friends, sometimes patients have trouble getting every ride they need. We can help. We have partnerships with several transportation assistance programs across the region and can connect you to the best option for your situation.