Our social worker is trained to address the special needs and concerns of individuals diagnosed with cancer. This important member of the team provides support and assistance in coping with practical and psychosocial issues related to a cancer diagnosis, such as housing, transportation, career concerns, financial concerns, coping with relationship stressors, bereavement, and advocacy.
Oncology Social Worker
Maura Clark is the oncology social worker at the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Her role with patients, families, and caregivers is to provide support and assistance in coping with practical and psychosocial issues related to cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Jen Hazen is a highly trained oncology certified nurse. She will be your single point of contact to guide you from diagnosis through treatment and survivorship. She will collaborate with other providers and services to help you navigate the health care system. Education is a vital part of your care. As a clinician, Jen is uniquely qualified to answer your questions about clinical care and support services.
A cancer diagnosis is often a frightening and overwhelming experience. Jen will be there to help navigate you through this difficult time. To contact her, please call the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at 207-777-4469 or pager 207-916-0003.
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