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Patient Resources

What to Expect

We take a unique interdisciplinary approach that addresses the whole patient – medically, emotionally and socially – and offer services that span the entire spectrum of care, from detection, diagnosis, research and treatment to education and support.

Our office provides surgical oncology services as a component of its comprehensive cancer program. Surgical oncology services provide enhanced surgical expertise in more complicated cancer operations, as well as more comprehensive insight into the overall management of the cancer patient.
Cancer care does not end when active treatment has finished or when surgery is complete. This follow-up care may include physical examinations, medical tests, or both. We want to keep track of your recovery in the months and years ahead. 

Click the links below to view or download information about surgery post-operative care. 

PRE-SURGERY INSTRUCTIONS - This includes suggestions for managing pain, what to consume or engage in, and what to wear and bring to your surgery appointment.

DRAIN CARE - This information includes tips and advice to avoid fluid build-up under the skin which affects the ability for your incision to heal. Hygiene and other infection control information is also included. 

SURVIVORSHIP - Your care is not only the physical part. The mental, social and emotional impacts can also require attention. We encourage you to check out KRH Cancer Support & Survivorship services. This program provides free activities that complement traditional medical care for cancer. These include support groups, nutrition, exercise, education and more. Family and friends are welcome to participate in most gatherings.

New Patient Forms

Oncology Medical Questionnaire
General Surgery Medical Questionnaire
Patient Consent and Financial Agreement

Financial Assistance Program

All patients are eligible to apply for financial assistance, including those with insurance and health benefits plan coverage. Established guidelines are used to determine what amount of a patient’s bill for emergency care and medically necessary care, if any, will qualify for financial assistance. The financial assistance discount applies only to the amount the patient is personally responsible for paying.

Learn more about our Financial Assistance Program and how to apply.