Bay Area Hospital has earned the Certificate of Approval with Accommodation by the Commission on Cancer.
Your nursing care is provided by Registered Nurses who have had special training in the administration of chemotherapy and biotherapy drugs.
The 3D Medical Oncology Inpatient Unit provides inpatient cancer treatment and education supporting patients receiving:
The Outpatient Infusion Unit provides cancer patients services including chemotherapy, biotherapy, supportive blood transfusions and other medications used in treating cancer in the outpatient setting.
We offer comprehensive support for you and your family from the point of cancer diagnosis throughout the course of illness, including curative and life-prolonging treatments.
Your Palliative Care Team provides support to help you feel better. Feeling better might require medications to relieve pain or other symptoms like fatigue, shortness of breath, or nausea. Feeling better might involve emotional or spiritual support to help relieve stress. Feeling better might mean talking with an expert nurse who can help you better understand your illness and treatment plan. When you feel better, it makes it easier to carry on with your everyday life and feeling better helps you undergo medical treatments. For information, call 541-269-8538.
Outpatient Palliative Care is offered in partnership with South Coast Hospice and Palliative Care Services. This community partnership allows patients to receive Palliative Care in the hospital, in the home or in a nursing care facility. Coos County residents are fortunate as only 2% of communities in our nation have access to Palliative Care on an outpatient basis. Currently, outpatient palliative care is limited to Coos County residents. For Outpatient Palliative Care information: 269-2986
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