For an appointment, call 719-587-6321.
The San Luis Valley Health Oncology/Infusion Center offers cancer screening, treatment programs and support services.
The Center provides care as directed by an individual's specialist physician and local doctor. The Oncology/Infusion Center works as a member of this three-part healthcare team to provide state-of-the-art treatment.
Please read below for a list of screening, treatment and support programs we offer.
- Women’s Wellness Connection: Free breast and cervical screening for women with limited income or limited or no insurance, 40 to 64 years of age.
- Colorectal Screening Program: Free colonoscopy screening for men and women with limited income and no insurance, 50 years and older.
- Stephanie L. Miner Women’s Imaging Center Care Fund: A fund assisting patients in receiving screening and diagnostic procedures for Women’s Health Issues.
Please contact our patient navigator at 719-587-6319 for more information on these programs.
Outpatient Cancer Care Services
- Weekly Oncology / Hematology Clinics
- Blood Transfusion
- Iron Therapy
- Antibiotics (case by case basis)
- Hepatitis Therapy
- Immunoglobulins (IVIG)
- Pain Management
- Osteoporosis Therapy
- Autoimmune Disease Therapy (R.A., Crohn’s, etc)
- Maintenance and Medication Refills for Implantable Pumps
- Patient Navigation. This program helps patients identify and receive the services they need during their cancer treatment and recovery.
- Education. American Cancer Society “I Can Cope” series is held the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 12pm – 1pm at the San Luis Valley Health Education Center
- Support Group. Cancer support group held the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month from 4-5pm at the Physicians Services Building.
- Drug Assistance Programs. Free pharmaceutical drug programs for patients with limited or no insurance.
- Clinical Trials. Opportunities for patients to participate in national clinic trials.
- Cancer Exercise Rehabilitation. For people recovering from or undergoing cancer therapy, seeking more energy, greater strength, and improved quality of life.
- Pain Management. An integrated approach to help alleviate and manage pain. Referrals are also available to complementary pain therapists (e.g. massage, acupuncture, etc)
- Behavioral Therapy. For help coping with emotions, stress reduction, and discussing how cancer can affect intimacy and relationships. Counseling is available for patients and their families.