A new cancer diagnosis can often be paired with new, difficult emotions
including fear, anger, shock, sadness and disbelief. In an effort to help
those understand their diagnosis, the Cancer Support Community at Monmouth
Medical Center, Southern Campus offers “Understanding Different
Paths to Navigating Cancer” on Wednesday, January 20 at 6 p.m. at
the Maysie Stroock Pavilion in Long Branch.
There any many paths to navigate cancer, whether it be through psychotherapy,
support groups, speaking with professionals or talking to friends and
family. This workshop will explore the different ways you can be empowered
to be part of your healthcare team, and discover your inner sources of
strength and healing. Attendees are asked to dress comfortably for the
experiential part of this journey. Light refreshments will be served.
All are encouraged to bring a journal, any questions they may have.
Understanding Different Paths to Navigating Cancer will be held at Monmouth
Medical Center’s Maysie Stroock Pavilion located at 300 Second Avenue
in Long Branch. Registration is required by calling 732-923-6090.
About Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus
Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus is an acute-care community hospital
located in Lakewood, Ocean County. A Barnabas Health facility, Monmouth
Medical Center, Southern Campus merged with Monmouth Medical Center, a
teaching hospital located in Long Branch, Monmouth County, in 2014. The
hospitals are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the
communities they proudly serve through expanded access to specialty outpatient
services that focus on preventive medicine and healthy living. The partnership
has also expanded patients' access to geriatric and pediatric emergency
services, as well as outpatient neurology, oncology and geriatric services.
Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus is in the process of converting
to all private rooms, which will make it the only provider in the region
with all private rooms for overnight stays. For more information about
Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus, visit