At the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, we realize two patients battling cancer cannot be given the same medical treatment and care. Everyone is different and deserves the time andattention that gives them the best chance for remission and recovery. That's why our entire staff focuses on providing the best treatment possible to individuals who come into our care. To maintain that intense focus on individual care, our staff practices an innovative, multidisciplinary approach.
Despite the initial shock of his condition, Reggie knew he wanted to beat his cancer. That's why he sought treatment from the Head and Neck Multidisciplinary team at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.
This 30 second television spot was created and produced by Black Box, Incorporated for the James Graham Brown Cancer Center as part of an image campaign used to educate consumers about the advanced cancer treatments and research available at the JGBCC in Louisville Kentucky.
University of Louisville School of Nursing faculty are teaming up with UofL Hospital (ULH) and James Graham Brown Cancer Center (JGBCC) nurses to improve patient care and quality of life through clinical nursing research and evidence-based practice projects. This partnership is designed to build nursing research and the responsibility of clinical nurses to identify problems and find solutions. Assistant professor Sandra Holmes, PhD, RN-BC is one of several nursing faculty facilitating these research projects.
This 30 second spot was created and produced by Black Box, Incorporated for the James Graham Brown Cancer Center as part of an overall image campaign. The purpose was to show the seriousness of making the right decision in cancer care.
Barb Kruse, BSN, OCN, is the Multidisciplinary Clinic Nurse Navigator at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Her job is to coordinate the multidisciplinary cancer teams that work together to create an individual treatment plan for each patient at the center. The teams of specialists that include physicians, nurses, social worker, dietician, chaplain and more work in concert to develop a plan tailored to the unique physical, mental, psychological and family needs for optimal health. Barb works with newly diagnosed cancer patients, too. Patients like Kim Adams, 38, diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in April 2012.
Every day, more advancements, discoveries, and technologies are changing the horizon of cancer treatment and research. And, as always, the James Graham Brown Cancer Center will be at the forefront of these changes, helping deliver the highest caliber of care to our patients and the entire Bluegrass region.