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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    Best in Breast Care Conference - Registration is open! - The 2018 Best in Breast Care Conference will be held Oct. 19 featuring the latest developments in screening, diagnosis, treatment, reconstructive surgery, research, support and survivorship. The conference is open to health care professionals, students/trainees and the general public. Health professionals and students/trainees are invited for the full day. The public is invited to lunch and the afternoon sessions, which will include the keynote address and sessions on survivorship, dispelling myths about breast cancer. This event is accredited and takes place from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Best Western Plus Stroneridge Inn & Conference Centre, 6675 Burtwistle Lane, London, ON. Click the link above for more information and to register.
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    Job Opportunities - Regional Palliative Care Network - The South West Hospice Palliative Care Network (SWHPCN) is looking for qualified individuals to fill two leadership positions; Regional Palliative Care Network Lead, and Regional Palliative Clinical Co-Lead (Non-physician). If you're passionate about improving the delivery and quality of Palliative Care and are interested in either of these opportunities, click the link above for more information.
  • We're "rolling out" a new screening test! - A new colorectal cancer screening test is coming! Later this year, the FOBT will be replaced with the new Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT). Why the change? How effective is FIT? How do you order the test for your patients? What changes will be experienced as a result of the implementation of the new test? We have ALL the answers you need! Register today and join us at one of five dinner events we will be hosting this fall (in partnership with your local Primary Care Alliance). For event locations and to register, click the link above!