The Holyoke Medical Center Hematology/Oncology service works closely with physicians, patients, and families, as well as with other medical center departments and community agencies to provide a personal approach to caring.
We’re all different in the way we approach life, but when it comes to something like a cancer diagnosis, there is one thing that all patients have in common—wanting to know that when it comes to our care we are in the very best hands possible. The specialized services and programs offered by Holyoke Medical Center’s Oncology Department provide our patients with the assurance they want and deserve, delivering compassionate cancer treatment and care that’s nationally recognized for quality.
As the first hospital in Western Massachusetts to successfully complete the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, our programs and services support the individual, with treatment, guidance, and support that exceed the national standards for cancer treatment and care. This includes our Patient Navigator Program, able to provide you with specific direction and support based on your medical and personal needs.
Holyoke Medical Center’s Oncology / Hematology Department, in partnership with the American Cancer Society, cordially invite all cancer survivors, their families, and caregivers, to the cancer support groups available at Holyoke Medical Center:
Cancer Support Group –
Open to all cancer patients and their families and care givers.
Days/Times: Second Tuesday of each month from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Fran Como Conference Room
Contact: Erin Hurlbert at (413) 534-2520
Breast Cancer Support Group (Spanish-Speaking) –
Spanish-speaking breast cancer support group open to all breast cancer patients and their caregivers..
Days/Times: Third Thursday of each month at 5:00 p.m.
Contact: For information and location, contact Erin Hurlbert at (413) 534-2520