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February 2022: Importance of making connections - COVID and your care - patient story - staff story Newsletter (view the full email campaign)

Your care during the latest COVID-19 surge

Your care during the latest COVID-19 surge

At SCCA and the Proton Therapy Center, we have been experiencing challenges with scheduling appointments and treatments, extended wait times and longer-than-normal response times from providers. A significant rise in cases of the omicron variant of COVID-19 in our community has contributed to these challenges. Your care is critical, and we remain committed to providing the life-changing care you deserve. We appreciate your patience, trust and understanding during this time.

The importance of making connections

The importance of making connections

Being diagnosed with cancer might trigger many emotional responses, some of them hard to understand by those who have not experienced cancer. This is why doctors and nurses often recommend reaching out to other cancer patients, in some cases even after finishing treatment.

Meet Dan

Meet Dan

Dan is an accomplished baseball player and an avid Mariners and Diamondbacks fan. He’s still playing baseball in a league at age 70. In fact, this past fall, they placed 2nd and 3rd at the national tournament in Florida. More than 300 teams participated. Dan is so glad he was able to go because he’d almost canceled the trip due to his prostate cancer diagnosis.

Elizabeth Darlington, MSW, LICSW - Social Worker

Elizabeth Darlington, MSW, LICSW - Social Worker

Meet our social worker, Elizabeth Darlington, MSW, LICSW. She joined our center last fall after a hiatus to raise her two children. Originally from suburban New York, she earned her master’s degree in social work and practiced at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the Boston area before joining the center.