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Cancer Care at Home

Focused on the unique needs
of individuals with Cancer

We believe that patients with cancer deserve the same specialized attention at home that they receive in the hospital and at the doctor's office. Our nurses, therapists, social workers, home health aides and nutritionists are certified and trained in cancer care, prepared to guide patients and their families through all of their needs. Our focus on oncology allows us to deliver skilled and often complex care in the home setting. We are able to reduce or eliminate hospitalizations and offer prompt early interventions. We work with the patient's oncologist, primary physician, and health care team to provide high quality care wherever the patient calls home.

South Jersey's only oncology-specific home health care program.

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The Benefits of Cancer Care at Home

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Our services include

  • Pain and symptom management
  • Disease and medication teaching, including oral chemotherapy
  • Home IV care, including chemotherapy
  • Wound and ostomy care
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Coping with cancer assistance
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Thank you so much for all the help you're giving my mom. Her eyesight is limited because of macular degeneration and it's been incredibly hard for her to deal with all of the instructions and decisions that go along with her cancer treatment, plus all the side effects of her radiation and chemo. I live more than an hour away and feel so much better knowing someone is coming to help my mother and everyone is always nice to her. It really means a lot when you can't be there for your loved one.


What are the Benefits of Cancer Care at Home?

  • Procedures customized for oncology patients.
  • Early intervention resulting in fewer ER visits and hospitalizations.
  • Close collaboration with physician’s offices. (Being the “eyes and ears” for the physicians and their staff)
  • Coordinated delivery of care and reduced duplication of services.
  • Assistance with chemotherapy for patients unable to get to the physician’s office.
  • Timely, accurate blood draws so patients can continue, or change treatments as necessary.
  • Careful monitoring of medications.
  • Specialists trained in pain and symptom management, wound /ostomy care and IV/home infusion therapy.
  • Navigation through the healthcare system.
  • Connecting patients to helpful community resources.
  • Support and education on clinical trials.
  • Ability to draw from the Moorestown Visiting Nurse Association team of home care nurses, therapists, home health aides, medical social workers and counselors providing a seamless continuum of care.