Patient and Family-Centered Care

Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center helps cancer patients and caregivers make informed decisions about their cancer care.

Our current programs include the Patient and Family Resource Center, Patient Advocacy Program, Community Champion Program, Healthy Communities Program and the National Cancer Institute Cancer Moonshot Community Engagement Initiative. 

  • For patients and caregivers: We can help you make informed decisions about cancer care through our Patient and Family Resource Center, educational and support programs, and patient advocate program. 
  • For those interested in cancer research: Our Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Research Advocacy Program gives cancer survivors and caregivers a voice in cancer research. 

Programs We Offer

Our Patient and Family-Centered Care programs help cancer patients and caregivers make informed decisions about their cancer care.

Location

Patient and Family Resource Center

The Patient and Family Resource Center is a one-stop resource for anyone who has been touched by cancer. Located within The Vanderbilt Clinic (1st Floor, Henry-Joyce Clinic), our trained staff offers one-on-one help, free brochures, pamphlets and access to online information. We also help patients and families access resources including financial or legal help, home health aides, hospice care and social workers.  

For more information, call (615) 322-9799.

1301 Medical Center Drive
Nashville, TN 37232