Welcome, Health Care Providers

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As a health care provider, you play an important role in the cancer system. This website was developed to support you and provide accurate, current information at your fingertips. The site is structured to reflect the cancer journey - from prevention and screening through to end of life and palliative care. Within each section, you'll find best practice guidelines, referral forms, patient resources, contact information, plus much more.  

Not sure where to begin? Simply click on the dropdown menu located at the top of the page, where you'll find a list of quick links to frequently accessed information. In the "What's New?" section below, you'll find important updates affecting cancer care delivery, educational opportunities, and other items that you will want to know. 

As a regional cancer program working on behalf of Cancer Care Ontario, we are dedicated to ensuring all providers across the region are working in partnership to provide high quality care for patients. 

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What's New?

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    South West Hospice Palliative Care Summit - The South West Hospice Palliative Care Network is pleased to announce their 2nd Hospice Palliative Care Summit. This call to action event for Hospice Palliative Care providers and leaders across the South West will provide a day of celebration and information on the “state of the union” for hospice palliative care in the South West and across the province.The event is being hosted at Best Western Plus, Arden Park Hotel, Stratford, Ontario on October 26th, 2017, with refreshments and lunch provided. Don’t miss this special event! Register now as seats are limited. Click the link above for more information and to register.
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    Job Opportunity - Provincial Clinical Co-Lead, Ontario Palliative Care Network (OPCN) - The Ontario Palliative Care Network (OPCN) is seeking expressions of interest from palliative care clinicians including nurses and other health service providers for the position of Provincial Clinical Co-Lead, Ontario Palliative Care Network. This is a unique opportunity to provide strategic leadership to drive quality, accountability and innovation for clinical system improvements in palliative care, working in collaboration with the physician co-lead. Click the link above for more information and to apply.
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    Thames Valley Breast Seminar - Register today! - Registration is open for this year's Thames Valley Breast Seminar! This event will feature presentations on a variety of topics from screening to diagnosis and is open to radiologists, technologists, and breast care providers across the South West. The seminar will be held on Saturday, November 4 at the Four Points by Sheraton in London.The cost to attend is $120 per person. For more information and to view a detailed agenda click the link above. Please e-mail glenda.kobe@sjhc.london.on.ca to register - spots are limited!