South Bay Survivorship Consortium
The South Bay Survivorship Consortium was formed in 2009 to create a forum where healthcare providers can focus on assuring excellence in survivorship care in our community.
The Consortium's model of coordinated support strives to bring cancer survivors and their loved ones closer to the resources that will give them strength as they complete their cancer treatment and transition back to living their lives to the fullest.
Our mission is to improve the quality of care delivered to cancer survivors in the South Bay Community by providing education and support for cancer survivors and health care providers through the activities of a collaborative partnership of community-based healthcare organizations.
We believe survivorship begins the day of diagnosis for the person diagnosed and his/her loved ones. Survivorship issues should be addressed across the continuum of cancer, from diagnosis through end of life care.
- Education of cancer survivors, primary care providers and oncology specialists
- Resource development and implementation to facilitate delivery of high quality, cost effective and appropriate care for cancer survivors
- Communication of established standards of care for cancer survivorship to survivors and health care professionals
Cancer Rehabilitation: More Than Just Exercise
This free Zoom program, presented by the South Bay Survivorship Consortium, will feature Dr Philip Chang, Assistant Professor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Cedars-Sinai Cancer. This presentation will provide an overview of the indications for and benefits of cancer rehabilitation as well as how skilled assessments and therapies (physical/occupational/speech) can be helpful in facilitating quality of life for cancer survivors.
Date: Wednesday, August 24, 2022
Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm
Speaker: Dr. Philip Chang, Assistant Professor in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Cedars-Sinai Cancer
Please RSVP by Tuesday, August 23 to receive log-on and call-in instructions. Call 310-517-4660 or click here
South Bay Survivorship Consortium Members