Community Education"My job is to go into the community and educate about cancer, what it is, and how to prevent it. I also help to make sure we are meeting all of the quality standards and community educational requirements for our American College of Surgeons (ACOS) accreditation.”
—Gail Weeks, RN, BS
Nurse navigator, oncology nurse coordinator
Reaching out to the communityExperts in cancer health and prevention, diagnosis and treatment are available to speak to schools, organizations, businesses, retirement communities, health fairs, and other groups. We can tailor presentations for any age groups. Call 360-514-3127 for information.
Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat kinds of topics are available?
We can tailor presentations to meet the needs of any age group. Here are a few examples:
- Cancer prevention and detection
- General or specific cancer information
- Cancer genetics
- Obesity prevention
- General nutrition
- Tobacco prevention and cessation
Is there a fee?
There is no fee for speakers. PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center provides this free service to enhance the health and wellness of our community.
Is there a minimum attendance?
To maximize the effectiveness of our resources, we ask that there are at least 10 people attending the talk.
PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
400 NE Mother Joseph PlVancouver, WA 98664
PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center
1615 Delaware StLongview, WA 98632