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Oncology Support Services at GBMC

Practical and emotional support through challenging times.

Following the complex daily regimens of cancer treatment can be draining for any patient, especially for someone who may need extra assistance. GBMC's Oncology Support Services team provides free counseling, education, and connections to organizations that help patients and families shoulder their burden.

Through their familiarity and expertise with a world of available services, our team can make it possible to access a range of assistance programs such as:
  • Pharmaceutical company financial assistance programs
  • Referrals to support groups
  • Home Care
  • Hospice
  • Palliative Care
  • Patient Education Materials
  • Social Security Disability
  • Transportation programs

Our Team

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Brandon Costantino
Brandon Costantino
Oncology Support Program Manager
Kelly Anderson, MSW, LCSW-C
Kelly Anderson, MSW, LCSW-C
Clinical Social Worker
Helaina Bunny Ebling
Helaina Bunny Ebling
Clinical Social Worker
Brittney Davis
Brittney Davis
Oncology Social Worker
Felicity Kirby, RN, BSN, OCN
Felicity Kirby, RN, BSN, OCN
Survivorship Coordinator
Kristin Tsigounis
Kristin Tsigounis
Patient Resource Navigator
Laurie Przybylski
Laurie Przybylski
Administrative Assistant

Our Services

Our primary services include:

  • Psychosocial support
  • Counseling
  • Referrals to appropriate community resources
  • Patient handbook

In addition to these primary services, the Oncology Support Services Center houses a Cancer Resource Center, which is designed to address the vast array of cancer related informational and educational needs of patients and families. It includes:

  • Books
  • Videos
  • Pamphlets
  • Journal articles
  • Internet resources

GBMC staffs a Patient Navigator. This person helps patients and their caregivers access and utilize resources to help with a diagnosis and its associated challenges.

View all of our services and partnerships

Survivorship Begins with Diagnosis

Joyce was diagnosed with fallopian tube cancer in the summer of 2014, and her journey to recovery had a difficult beginning. She was referred to a local hospital for chemotherapy, but her calls to schedule appointments went unanswered.

Read Joyce's Story

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can we go to get some individual counseling to help us cope with a cancer diagnosis and inherent life changes?

At GBMC's Oncology Support Services, patients and their families can take advantage of free individual and/or family counseling. Through the same department, we can put you in touch with other resource opportunities, such as Hopewell Cancer Support and the American Cancer Society.

What is the Patient Resource Navigator?

When you start your treatment, you will meet with our Patient Resource Navigator, who will do a basic assessment of your needs and make appropriate referrals for resources.

I've completed my cancer treatment, but am struggling with living with my "new normal." Is there anyone that can help me?

Yes, call Oncology Support Services and ask to speak to the RN Survivorship Coordinator, who can help you on your new path. Visit our Survivorship Program to find out more.

Are there other services provided not directly oncology-patient related?

We offer low-cost and free screening programs year-round, including skin, prostate, lung and oral screenings. Call our screening line to register at 443-849-3080.
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