Capital Health Cancer Center is a
Partner with OncLive.

In Our Community

Not just doctors, but neighbors.

Our commitment to the health of the people of this region does not stop at the doors of our hospitals – it continues out into the communities of Mercer, Bucks and Burlington counties. Because we know that the best way to keep you healthy is to give you the information you need to make the right choices, day in and day out.

That’s why we run support groups, screening updates, educational lectures and seminars from our surgeons and staff – much of which can be accessed directly from this website.

See here for more.

Educational Outreach

Cancer can affect anyone at any time. That’s why we partner with diverse community organizations throughout the year to provide educational presentations on the latest in cancer prevention, early detection, screening guidelines, diagnosis, treatments, and clinical trials. In addition, our cancer specialists can provide information and education on a range of cancer-related topics. If you would like to bring cancer education to members of your organization, contact us at 609.303.4021.

Patient Advisory Forum

Each patient is unique, and so is their experience. As former Cancer Center patients, their insights and perspectives are valuable in helping us further enrich the patient experience and to develop new programs and services.

Community Partnerships

In some communities, residents face challenges in accessing high-quality health care. We have established partnerships with organizations like the Trenton Health Team to improve the health and well-being of communities. Through these partnerships, Capital Health is helping to break down barriers for improved access to cancer services and programs.

Because early detection of cancer is the best way to improve survival rates, partnering with New Jersey Cancer Early Education and Detection (NJCEED) enables eligible Mercer Country residents to free breast, cervical, prostate, or colorectal cancer screenings — many who would not otherwise have access to cancer screenings including the uninsured and underinsured.

Community Health Needs Assessments

Serving our community is at the heart of who we are. Capital Health collaborates with other organizations in the Regional Community Health Needs Assessment every three years. The study examines a variety of health indicators, determinants of health, and health needs for residents in our area, with the goals of addressing community needs and improving population health. See here for more.

Capital Health Cancer Center is a
Partner with OncLive.