“It’s another component of creating the safest environment we can for our patients to receive care,” says Shirley Johnson, MBA, MS, RN, NEA-BC, Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Operations Officer at Roswell Park.
Pay careful attention to proper handling and preparation of food that will be eaten by a cancer patient. For people with weakened immune systems, foodborne illnesses may cause even more serious illnesses or require hospitalization.
Lavon Amos is no stranger to Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. He’s been treated twice for cancer here, first for prostate cancer in 1999 and later for multiple myeloma, and has been cancer-free since 2015. But when notified that he was eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, he hesitated.
Starting April 5, 2021, more of your test results and clinical documents will be available via the MyRoswell Patient Portal. This change means that you may see your test results before your care team has had a chance to review them.