Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus Cancer Center

Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus Cancer Center

Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus provides a full range of treatment for all stages and sites of cancer. These advanced techniques are enhanced with valuable support services like oncology nursing, nutrition counseling, home care, rehabilitation, social services, pastoral counseling and hospice care to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and family members.

Lung Cancer Screening

While the most common symptoms of lung cancer include chest pain, weight loss and a persistent cough, most people don’t experience any symptoms until the disease has reached advanced stages. Learn more

Outpatient Infusion Unit

The Outpatient Infusion Unit at Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus is committed to personalized, quality care and education. Our experienced registered nurses are specialized in oncology and chemotherapy and provide nothing but the best for our patients.

We offer state-of-the-art technology is newly renovated semi-private and private rooms. Our home-like atmosphere is friendly, with reclining chairs and flat screen televisions to make your time with us as comfortable as possible.

For more information on the Outpatient Infusion Unit, call 732.886.4833.

Oncology Rehabilitation

The Oncology Rehabilitation program at Monmouth South is available to all cancer patients and survivors in need, whether you are newly diagnosed, currently undergoing chemotherapy or long finished with treatment. We are committed to helping you live your best life and getting you back to the daily activities that are most important to you.

Many cancer patients and survivors are dealing with a wide range of effects from treatment including fatigue, weakness, poor endurance, emotional reactivity and more. Our Oncology Rehabilitation program and team approach will help decrease pain and frustration and allow you to regain your independence with a customized plan to address and treat your symptoms.

For more information on Oncology Rehabilitation, call 732.942.5921.

Cancer Support Community

The Cancer Support Community (CSC) at Monmouth Medical Center (MMC) in Long Branch and Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus (MMCSC) in Lakewood is part of an international non-profit organization. CSC’s mission is to help individuals impacted by cancer enhance their health and well being through participation in free, professionally led programs of emotional, physical and psychological support. With over 170 CSC locations worldwide, including 47 licensed affiliates, our program was the third hospital based CSC affiliate. Currently, there are only seven hospital based programs in the country. Employing a Patient Active Model, which emphasizes better health outcomes when patients are actively involved in decisions surrounding their care, delivery of CSC programs by licenses professionals ensures that all members who are impacted by a cancer diagnosis are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.

This is accomplished by offering:

  • Support for the emotional, social, and physical concerns of members from diagnosis through treatment, recovery, survivor ship, and sometimes through advanced disease. Our program provides general and diagnosis specific support groups; strength building exercise classes; mindfulness and relaxation in the form of yoga, tai-chi, Qi-Gong classes, meditation, and guided imagery; as well as myriad opportunities for our members to socialize in a relax atmosphere.
  • Education about what to expect with treatment and its side effects, how to cope and to navigate difficult decisions, and how to live well as a survivor. Educational opportunities include our physician facilitated Frankly Speaking About Cancer lecture series and special presentations by oncology certified staff on topics such as nutrition, healthy living, coping with the cost of cancer, how to speak with family and friends, and help with the information and language needed to talk to children and teens about a family member’s diagnosis.
  • Hope by being with others who are facing cancer survivorship together.

For more information on the Cancer Support Community and its various services, call 732.923.6090.


Patient Stories

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