Bobbi Lewis Cancer Program at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center
The Bobbi Lewis Cancer Program—accredited as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons—offers a superior level of care. It’s an approach that’s critical to every element of cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Our board-certified oncologists, surgeons and radiologists lead a team of dedicated professionals in the diagnosis and management of patients in a comfortable and caring atmosphere. Patients come to us with a wide variety of cancer diagnoses, and we treat them using the latest techniques in surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy to achieve the best outcomes. All while enjoying the comfort of being close to home.
Cancers we specialize in and treat include:
- Breast cancer
- Lung cancer
- Colorectal cancer and other cancers of the gastrointestinal tract
- Bladder and kidney cancers
- Gynecologic cancers
- Thyroid cancer
- Head and neck cancers
- Brain tumors
- Other malignant diseases
Working behind-the-scenes for better cancer care
The Bobbi Lewis Cancer Program team is very active in promoting and contributing to better cancer care for everyone. Our activities and commitments include:
A multidisciplinary Cancer Committee that meets quarterly to coordinate all cancer-related activities associated with Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. This committee consists of physician members from a variety of medical specialties as well as non-physician members from nursing, community outreach, pharmacy, cancer registry, palliative care, hospital administration and pastoral care. We constantly strive to share information, ideas and data to make our care the very best it can be.
Twice monthly Tumor Board/Cancer Conferences with multidisciplinary attendance by physicians, nurses and support staff to discuss care of patients with cancer at Good Samaritan. We also present our staff with professional educational programs related to cancer care at these conferences.
Yearly Patient Care Studies, in addition to the hospital contributing to the National Cancer Database (NCDB)—the governing board responsible for national studies on patient management and outcome.
Clinical trials – We participate in clinical trials to advance cancer care, as well as refer patients to these studies, when appropriate.
More resources to help you in your time of need
We work closely with
agencies like the American Cancer Society, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and
United Hospice of Rockland to help you and your family gain access to the services
You may find these other resources useful:
Please select from the links on the left to learn more about our program and its offerings.