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Cancer Care Program

Clinics, Programs, and Services

Breast Screening (External Site)

Offered at 10 locations

Breast screening in Nova Scotia is administered by the Nova Scotia Breast Screening Program.

You can find them at https://nsbreastscreening.ca/

To book a screening appointment, women over the age of 40 who have no breast problems and no breast implants may self-refer by calling:

HRM: 473-3960

Toll-Free: 1-800-565-0548

A file will be made for you when you Call to book your screening mammogram appointment that includes your name, date of birth, mailing address and health card number. You do not need to have a doctor’s referral to make an appointment. However, please provide us with the name of your family doctor so that we can forward information regarding your mammogram results.

This service is available for all asymptomatic women over the age of 40 who have a current Canadian Health Card. Please have your health card ready when you call.

Cancer Patient Navigation

Offered at 8 locations

Cancer Patient Navigators are registered nurses with in-depth knowledge of cancer and the cancer system. They work with you, your family and your cancer care team throughout your treatment and...

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Any health care provider may refer a patient, or a patient or family member can refer themselves.

Contact:
Darolyn Walker, 902-749-1523
Darolyn.walker@nshealth.ca

Drug Access Navigator
Samantha Huntley, 902-742-3542

CAR T-Cell Therapy

Offered at 1 location

Chimeric Antigen Receptor (or CAR) T-Cell Therapy is a new cancer immunotherapy that is delivered through Nova Scotia Cell Therapy and Transplant Program (CTTP). CAR T-Cell therapy involves separating specific...

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

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Cervical Cancer Prevention

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Program office
Tel: 1-888-480-8588 
Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Individuals can request a print out of the cervical screening history (Pap tests...

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Clinical Trials - Cancer

This clinic, program or service is not administered by Nova Scotia Health. Information may be out of date. Please confirm details with the clinic, program, or service provider.

You can find information on cancer-related clinical trials at NovaStudies Connect.

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Colon Cancer Prevention Program

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The Colon Cancer Prevention Program mails home screening kits to all Nova Scotians aged 50 to 74 with the goal of preventing cancer, or finding it early when treatment...

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Colposcopy Clinic

Offered at 2 locations

Colposcopy is an examination of the cervix using a special microscope called a colposcope. The microscope allows the doctor to see the cervix and other areas in detail. The doctor...

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Endocrinology Clinic

Offered at 2 locations

Endocrinology provides specialized care to patients with hormonal and metabolic disorders. Ambulatory Clinics within Endocrinology includes:

  • Diabetes Management
    • Insulin Pump Clinics & Education Classes
  • Lipid Clinic
  • Halifax Neuropituitary Program
    • Atlantic...

Bayers Lake Community Outpatient Centre

fri Mar 1 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
sat Mar 2 Closed
sun Mar 3 Closed
mon Mar 4 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
tue Mar 5 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
wed Mar 6 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
thu Mar 7 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Hematologic Oncology (Blood Cancers)

Offered at 2 locations

The Division of Hematology and Hematologic Oncology provides care for patients with disorders of the blood including blood cancers. The most common blood cancers are lymphoma (cancers of the lymph...

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Oncology Drug Access Navigator

This clinic, program or service is not administered by Nova Scotia Health. Information may be out of date. Please confirm details with the clinic, program, or service provider.

Not all drugs you may need for your cancer treatment are covered by the healthcare system.  An Oncology Drug Access Navigator (DAN) can help.
A DAN is a member of...

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Patient and Family Comfort Rooms

Offered at 5 locations

Patient and family comfort rooms are warm, inviting spaces where cancer patients and families can go for information, discussion, or quiet respite. These areas are available in four areas of...

Colchester East Hants Health Centre

fri Mar 1 9:00 am - 11:00 pm
sat Mar 2 Closed
sun Mar 3 Closed
mon Mar 4 9:00 am - 11:00 pm
tue Mar 5 9:00 am - 11:00 pm
wed Mar 6 9:00 am - 11:00 pm
thu Mar 7 9:00 am - 11:00 pm

The Serenity Room at Colchester East Hants Health Center is a place that offers many supports for cancer patients and their families.

The Serenity Room is a welcoming environment where patients and or families can wait. The room is also supplied with wigs, head coverings, breast prothesis, and patient information related to cancer.

The Serenity Room is located in building A on the ground floor in the ambulatory care area (room number A1 042).

Psychosocial Oncology

Offered at 2 locations

Psychosocial Oncology Health Care Professionals provide psycho-therapy and counselling to cancer patients and their families to help them deal with the emotional and practical impact of cancer.   Team members...

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Radiation therapy

Offered at 2 locations

Radiation therapy is one of the main treatments for many kinds of cancer. The services provided within radiation oncology include radiation therapy (uses high doses of radiation to kill or...

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Systemic Therapy

Systemic Therapy is any type of drug that spreads throughout the whole body to treat cancer. These drugs may be given intravenously (IV), by pill, or by injection. The type...

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Tobacco Cessation Support After a Cancer Diagnosis

This clinic, program or service is not administered by Nova Scotia Health. Information may be out of date. Please confirm details with the clinic, program, or service provider.

Helping patients to stop smoking is part of our commitment to quality cancer care.  Evidence shows that stopping tobacco use at the time of a cancer diagnosis improves the effectiveness...

Well Woman Clinics

Offered at 29 locations

Well Woman Clinics offer a variety of health-related services and health education, delivered by a female doctor or nurse. The services and days and hours of operation vary by clinic.

Open to patients with no provider from across Nova Scotia

Call 902-742-3542x1459 (Megan LeBlanc, Nurse Practitioner)

Accessing Primary Care

There are many ways to access primary care, even if you're not currently attached to a primary care provider.

Answer a few quick questions to receive personalized instructions for accessing Nova Scotia Health's primary care options near you including in-person, virtual and telephone options.

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Find Emergency Care

Use this tool to identify the emergency care options that are currently available nearest to you.

If this is a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1 for immediate assistance

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YourHealthNS App

Much of Nova Scotia's healthcare program and service information is now available on the YourHealthNS mobile app. Download for free on the Apple Store and Android Apps for Google Play.

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