1414 S.W. Eighth Ave.
Topeka, Kan. 66606
Stormont-Vail Cancer Center
Cancer Center Services
Clinical Research Trials
The Stormont-Vail Cancer Center has a comprehensive clinical research program, which provides new and exciting therapeutics to patients with cancer. The medical oncologists at the cancer center have been involved in clinical research trials for more than 30 years to bring the most advanced cancer care to our patients, and will continue to progress in those efforts. Our physicians have actively participated in the National Cancer Institute Cooperative Groups, Southwest Oncology Group and were nationally recognized by the American Society of Clinical Oncology for their clinical research contributions. Ask your doctor if a clinical trial is right for you. For a listing of clinical trials, access this link www.clinicaltrials.gov
Consultations with a dietitian are available. A registered dietitian is available on-site for no additional charge and offers counseling for: weight management, side effect management, individualized diet plans, and healthy lifestyle.
Screening for genetic susceptibility or risk of developing cancer is available through nurse practitioners or referral.
Oncology Nurse Navigator
An oncology nurse navigator is assigned to new patients and will assist patients and families with coordinating care and understanding the treatment process.
An on-site pharmacist is available for treatment needs at the cancer center.
Social Work/Counseling Support
Consultations with a social worker are available by appointment. Call the cancer center to set up an appointment at (785) 354-5300.
Social Workers assist with:
- Emotional Support/Counseling
- Financial/Employment Concerns
- Co-Pay and Prescription Assistance for Cancer Medications
- Transportation Concerns
- Connect You with Resources
- Advanced Healthcare Directives
Spiritual Care Services
Spiritual care services are available on-site every Tuesday.