Support Services

  • Patient Library at Sequoia Regional Cancer Center

Our library contains a number of resources for patients and their families coping with cancer. It is located near the entrance at Sequoia Regional Cancer Center.

Our oncology social worker has knowledge of hospital and community resources to help cancer patients and their families deal with the physical, emotional and psychological aspects of the disease.

With a physician referral, a team of occupational, physical and speech therapists is available to provide patients with techniques and rehabilitation methods for optimal independence.

Our interdenominational chaplains help cancer patients and their families with their spiritual needs.

A registered dietitian provides nutrition counseling to maximize cancer patients' health.

Cancer care is extended into the home with trained nursing, physical and occupational therapy, ostomy care, counseling, and enteral and parenteral nutrition.

Home Infusion provides patients with their injectable medications, supplies, healthcare equipment, and patient education material in a home setting through our own delivery service.

Private Home Care offers a variety of services ranging from nursing care to live-in companions who can assist with personal care and light housekeeping, often providing a respite for family care providers. Services can be hired temporarily or long-term by hour, daily, or monthly.

Lifeline is a personal response system, which is linked to 24-hour assistance at the push of a button. It allows for independence and activity with the knowledge that help is only the push of a button away.

A medically based fitness center that offers wellness programs designed to fit individual needs and goals.

This center, located on the third floor of Kaweah Health Medical Center, offers free educational material provided by the National Cancer Institute, which focus on various types of cancer and treatment.

Emotional support and encouragement are the focus of regular meetings for cancer patients and their families. Cosponsored by the American Cancer Society.

Hospice offers support to patients and families living with a terminal illness. It is a concept that offers comfort, kindness, dignity, and choice to people who are nearing the end of life's journey and ongoing bereavement support to their loved ones.

Services and resources dedicated to treatment and prevention of breast cancer. To schedule an appointment call (559) 624-4000 today.

  • The Hand Center at Kaweah Health Rehabilitation Hospital (559) 624-3912

The Hand Center offers specialized therapy for the treatment of lyphodema related to breast cancer surgery.

The Tulare County ACS Unit is located at 211 N. Encina in Visalia, and provides tremendous support services for cancer patients.