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Effective January 4th, Inspira Health facilities are implementing mandatory masking due to increases in respiratory virus positivity rates throughout the area.
Each year, thousands of New Jersey residents are diagnosed with cancer. When cancer is detected early, it usually can be treated more effectively.
Inspira offers access to a full range of screening services for all types of cancer.
For those without insurance or who are underinsured, we connect patients to grant-funded resources offering free cancer screenings to eligible residents of Cumberland, Salem and Gloucester counties. Reduced flat rate self-pay fees may be available for people who do not qualify for free screenings.
If you’d like more information about your or a loved one’s cancer care, or to receive a second opinion about a diagnosis, our team is here to help.
Cancer screening saves lives through early detection. Inspira Health offers a variety of cancer resources that are available to eligible Cumberland, Salem and Gloucester County residents through grant funded programs. These programs increase the likelihood of finding cancer early, when it’s most treatable.
NJ Cancer Education and Early Detection program (NJCEED) offers free screening programs for prostate, breast, cervical, colon and rectal cancers to help reduce your cancer risk and promote early cancer detection. To find out more about NJCEED and your eligibility for screenings, click here.
ScreenNJ offers free low-dose lung CT scans to help find lung cancer early, increasing the likelihood of successful treatment.
Region 10 Cancer and Chronic Disease Coalition (CCDC) is dedicated to improving the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer and chronic diseases in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties by way of:
For more information about the Region 10 CCDC and to view upcoming events, visit region10ccdc.org.
Smoking and Tobacco Quit Center provides a free comprehensive program to help patients quit smoking, using smokeless tobacco products and vaping. The program offers provider-assisted services, which may double or even triple the chance of successfully quitting. To find out more, click here.
Our cancer team meets regularly to plan and discuss each patient’s treatment and progress. The team includes medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists and specialists in reconstructive plastic surgery, along with cancer coordinators, social workers, genetic counselors, registered dietitians, physical therapists and behavioral health specialists.
Cancer coordinators, who are specially trained to assist cancer patients, offer clinical and non-clinical support. Coordinators can support both physical and emotional needs through treatment and survivorship.
Support programs include ongoing distress screening/counseling and a physical rehabilitation program that can begin before treatment to improve outcomes. Support services also include nutrition counseling with a registered dietitian, and social workers who help patients navigate non-clinical needs. We also provide survivorship services to help each person achieve and maintain the best quality of life possible after treatment.
Access to new treatments and clinical trials are available with our cancer specialists who are actively involved in research and teaching.
Cancer care and services are offered at our convenient medical center locations.
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