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At St. John's Hospital Camarillo, more than just medicine goes into treating our cancer patients.
Our trained and experienced staff can assist you or refer you to support services. The Cancer Resource Center at St. John’s Camarillo offers you and your loved ones a place to get the support you need, providing access to information and services related to all aspects of cancer care.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer and the second leading cause of death for women in the United States. Dignity Health St. John’s Hospitals want to emphasize the importance of taking the necessary steps to detect this disease in its early stages, beginning at age 40 and continuing annually.
Don’t let a busy life get in the way of early detection. Schedule your mammogram today by calling our Imaging Center at (805) 988-0883.
At St. John’s Hospital Camarillo we are committed to providing you with compassionate cancer care that empowers you with knowledge, and aims to extend and improve your quality of life. We use an integrative approach to tackle all cancer cases. St. John's Regional Cancer Center offers support, services, and resources for cancer patients and their families.
Our cancer program provides:
Weekly Tumor Board – Patient cases are presented and discussed by cancer care team to determine the best treatment plan and ensure coordinated care
Oncology Nurse Navigator – Provides a point of contact and guides patients through the entire treatment process, from the initial diagnosis to the survivorship stage and beyond
Radiology Services –Advanced imaging technologies
General and Plastic Surgery
Radiation Oncology – Nationally recognized leaders providing precise radiotherapy
Free Cancer Care Services
Survivorship Training and Rehab (STAR)– Program introduces physical, psychological and spiritual rehab to assist cancer patients improve the quality of life before, during and after cancer treatment.
Oncology Nurse Navigator
Alicia Zaragoza, NP-C
Certified Nurse Practitioner specially trained to personally guide patients and their families through the entire course of cancer treatment.
Susan J. Speer, MS, RD, CSO, FADA
Certified Oncology Nutritionist to provide integrated nutritional care with a holistic approach tailored to your specific needs.
Diane Martell, LMFT
Licensed therapist to help patients and their families cope with a cancer diagnosis. Individual, family or group sessions available.
Kathryn Burnham, PA-C
Certified genetic counselor to assess your cancer risk and provide a personalized plan of action.