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Good Samaritan & St. Francis cancer rehab program starts in March

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February 19, 2024
News Release
Contact: Anissa Paitz, PR Strategist
CHI Health Good Samaritan | CHI Health St. Francis
Office Phone: (308) 865-7983 |Mobile: (308) 627-7606
anissa.paitz@commonspirit.org




Good Samaritan & St. Francis cancer rehab program starts in March
 
KEARNEY & GRAND ISLAND -CHI Health’s free cancer rehabilitation program helps survivors regain their physical, emotional, and spiritual health after treatment. 
 
Cancer Survivorship 101, facilitated by specially-trained nurses and mental health practitioners, is a 9-week holistic program starting in March at Good Samaritan and St. Francis. Weekly sessions offer practical guidance for the next steps after treatment, including research-based advice on topics like nutrition, exercise, coping skills and healing. The small, supportive group setting provides opportunities to ask questions and share insights. 
 
Evidence supports Cancer Survivorship 101 reduces depression and anxiety, while increasing hope, resilience, quality of life and happiness. 
 
Cancer Survivorship 101
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Beginning Monday, March 11
5:30 - 7:30 pm
Good Samaritan Cancer Center, 104 W. 33rd Street, Kearney
Register by calling 308-865-7291.
 
Cancer Survivorship 101
CHI Health St. Francis
Beginning Thursday, March 14
5:30-7:30 pm
St. Francis Conference Room 6AB, 2620 W. Faidley Ave., Grand Island
Register online at CHIhealth.com/StFrancisSurvivorship101 or call 308-398-8912. 
 
More about Cancer Care at CHI Health: 
Each year, hundreds of patients are treated with the most advanced technologies by the team of highly skilled medical professionals at CHI Health. CHI Health cancer treatment services include surgery, medical and radiation oncology, dedicated inpatient oncology units and a wide array of support services. CHI Health offers cancer second opinions and features locations across the region.
All CHI Health Cancer Centers hold Accreditation from the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer (CoC). The CoC is a consortium of professional organizations dedicated to improving survival and quality of life for cancer patients through standard setting, prevention, research, education and the monitoring of comprehensive quality care. Accreditation is a testament to the integration of cancer services and an assurance of one consistent standard of care governed by a single board of directors and a single cancer registry database that includes: Genetics, Clinical Trials, Counseling, Image Recovery and a Nurse Navigator program.
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Anissa Paitz
Public Relations Strategist
 
CHI Health Good Samaritan
10 E. 31st Street, Kearney, NE
CHI Health St. Francis
2620 W. Faidley Ave., Grand Island, NE
 
P 308-865-7983
Anissa.Paitz@CommonSpirit.org
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Anissa Paitz, Public Relations Strategist, Marketing & Communications
anissa.paitz@commonspirit.org, (308) 865-7983

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