​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Cancer Survivorship Program 

Once treatment for cancer ends, where does that leave you? You may celebrate, take time to reflect or may be full of relief – for many it can be all of these things and a time to start living life to its fullest. 

However, for some, issues like fatigue, anxiety, weight changes, lymphedema and neuropathy can be troubling and may require further support. Additionally, many people face financial distress brought on by the cost of their treatment or loss of income during treatment. 

For those reasons, The Christ Hospital Health Network provides cancer survivors support, resources and guidance on managing life after their treatment ends. These opportunities may include individualized survivorship plans, peer support and education programs.

Scheduling an Appointment with our Survivorship Team

At the end of treatment, you will be referred to our Survivorship team to meet and discuss next steps.  This includes discussing a detailed treatment summary, surveillance plan and wellness information.

For more information, call 513-585-4154.

​​Survivorship Wellness Series

The Cancer Survivorship Wellness programs are held throughout the year and cover common topics in cancer survivorship including financial stress, fatigue, anxiety, depression, long-term side effects and lifestyle changes, as well as sharing resources and solutions to help. The events are held at The Christ Hospital Cancer Center on D-Level of the main hospital campus. All survivors and family members are welcome to attend. For those not able to attend the events in person we offer videos of the event.

Survivorship community resources