We are proud to offer an unrivaled patient support program, including care coordination from day one and a support services program that provides an extensive network of free or low-cost services to all patients with a cancer diagnosis. Our support services include our renowned Integrative Oncology program, support groups and more.
Call (626) 995-9001 to learn more about the Huntington Cancer Center and receive a physician referral.
Integrative Oncology Program
The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center was founded on the philosophy of a whole-person, patient-centered approach to cancer care. Our Integrative Oncology program provides patients with a range of complementary services designed to support them through each phase of their cancer treatment.
Learn more about our Integrative Oncology program.
Cancer Support Groups
We host the following virtual support groups for those newly diagnosed with cancer and their families. Please call 626-397-5074 for information and registration.
- Breast Cancer Support Group
- Lung Cancer Support Group
The Constance G. Zahorik Appearance Center, located in the Huntington Pavilion, assists patients in dealing with the cosmetic side effects of their cancer treatment.
Learn more about our Appearance Center at the Huntington Cancer Center.
Specialty Care Programs
Cancer Pain and Symptom Management
The Palliative Care Program at Huntington Hospital provides treatment for the relief of cancer symptoms such as pain and treatment-related side effects. The program is led by specially trained registered nurses who work closely with the patient’s physician to improve the patient’s comfort and quality of life during their cancer treatment.
Over the past several years, inherited factors, or genes, have been identified that can contribute to the development of some forms of breast, ovarian, colorectal and other types of cancer.
The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center offers hereditary cancer risk assessment and genetic counseling to people who are concerned about their personal and/or family history of cancer and risk to other family members.