A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. At Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, we understand the effects of the disease and know that treatment can present unique challenges. That’s why we’ve created comprehensive support services and resources for patients, families and loved ones whose lives have been touched by a cancer diagnosis.
Our multilingual staff is here to facilitate your physician visits. Our highly trained medical assistants and oncology nurse care coordinators are here to address your concerns and get you what you need to optimize your experience. You can reach our clinic staff at 773.296.8479.
Our bilingual (English/Spanish) patient service representatives are responsible for scheduling your appointments. If you are running late or need to reschedule your appointment, please call 773.296.7089.
Classes and Support Groups
Breast Cancer Lecture
Illinois Masonic Medical Center’s Hispanocare Community Health program promotes early detection of breast cancer by educating women about the disease. Early detection helps save lives and can greatly improve the quality of life after treatment. Programs are presented in English and Spanish. Registration is required.
Free Prostate Lecture and Screening
Hispanocare presents a free Prostate Cancer lecture and screening. After the lecture, those over 40 are invited to participate in the free PSA screenings. Space is limited.
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Our online Health Library provides extensive information on cancer and cancer treatments.
Gilda's Club Chicago is a free cancer support community for anyone touched by cancer. You, your loved ones, and your children can benefit from the variety of programs and groups for people of all ages.