Cancer Screening Navigation

 The Cancer Screening Navigation Program has been added to Live Healthy PA's Healthy Living Practices List, please click here.

Click here to view the Cancer Screening Navigation Program Public Service Announcement
*NRCI thanks WNEP-TV for their continuous support of this program.

The Northeast Regional Cancer Institute Community-Based Cancer Screening  Navigation Program helps low income, uninsured, and underinsured individuals who are not up to date with colon, breast, cervical, and lung cancer screenings.

Recognizing that the healthcare system can be difficult to navigate, especially for those without sufficient insurance, the program provides individualized assistance to guide participants through the process of screening and if necessary, treatment and aftercare.  The program also includes help finding resources to overcome barriers to screening, such as transportation and childcare needs, as well as matching participants with a primary care physician/practice for future preventative care.

The goal of this program is to increase screening compliance, help find cancer earlier or prevent its development entirely, and ultimately improve the health and potentially save the lives of our most in-need neighbors.

If you would like to learn more about the Cancer Screening Navigation Program, please contact the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

Program Flyer(s)

English Version
Spanish Version
The Leahy Community Health & Family Center
Rural Health Corporation of Northeastern Pennsylvania
Scranton Primary Health Care Center
Volunteers in Medicine- Luzerne County
Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers
The Wright Center





Provided with support from:
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
Ambassadors Spirit of Hope Celebration
The Blue Ribbon Foundation
Judi H Rock On Memorial Fund
The Luzerne Foundation Health Fund
Margaret Briggs Foundation
Northeast Regional Cancer Institute Member Hospitals
Penn Security Charitable Foundation
Scranton Area Community  Foundation
Wayne County Community Foundation
Frances A. Fuller Charitable Lead Trust

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