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Ask us about these additional services offered to you.
Proper nutrition is an important part of cancer treatment.
Our oncology dietitian will provide you with expertise in food and nutrition and can give individual recommendations based on your diagnosis to make the most of the foods you eat before, during and after cancer treatment.
By speaking to a pharmacist, patients and their families can gain a better understanding of the medications they have been prescribed and the possible side effects and interactions they could experience.
Chaplains are available 24 hours a day to provide spiritual and emotional support to patients, family members and friends experiencing a cancer diagnosis.
Cancer affects not only the patient, but also everyone close to him or her. The Cancer Institute social workers are available to you and your support system throughout your time with us. If you would like to speak to a social worker, call 501-603-1612 or talk to your nurse.
A cancer diagnosis can lead to many challenging decisions, some of which center on the cost of health care.
We are committed to working with you so financial concerns don’t hinder your ability to receive the medical care you need.
Cancer Institute patients and family members are invited to participate in the UAMS Community Fitness Program.