Cancer Survivors' Day 2022
Saturday, August 6, 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m., Monterey Peninsula College
Bring your family and friends for a day of education, fun, and food at Community Hospital’s Cancer Survivors’ Day.
Living with and beyond cancer makes you a survivor. Take part in wellness services at Montage Health designed to help you live well at any point in your cancer journey — from the moment of diagnosis through completing treatment.
Access resources designed to help you heal not only medically, but physically, emotionally, and mentally. You’ll appreciate our focus on empowerment, encouragement, and education, which helps you feel confident to take control of your health.
Live Longer, Live Stronger program
Participate in a free, motivational series of classes from Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula’s Comprehensive Cancer Center and Montage Wellness Center. You’ll learn from experts during classes that teach you strategies for long-term well being. Get tips on:
- Exercise and fitness
- Stress reduction
- Survivorship care planning
Register online or call (831) 625-4753 to register or learn more.
Patient and caregiver resources
Learn more about services from Montage Health designed for patients and their loved ones during cancer treatment. You may be interested in:
- Classes and support groups
- Health Resource Library with materials on cancer prevention, detection, treatment, and more
- Hospice care
- Palliative care
- Patient navigator program, which offers peer support to cancer patients and their families
- Spiritual resources
- Transportation assistance
Survivorship care plan
Talk to your care team about the long-term medical care you’ll need after you finish cancer treatment. Expect ongoing communication with your doctors because we follow the Survivorship Care Plan guidelines set by the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Your doctor may recommend more frequent screening tests and other services to monitor your health. Count on our staff to recommend follow-up care and resources that may be right for you.
Become a patient navigator
You’re uniquely able to offer guidance to patients with cancer after you’ve completed cancer treatment. Be a source of support when you volunteer for our patient navigator program. Call (831) 625-4753 to learn more.