The four founders of The Cleveland Clinic set out to develop an institution in which diverse specialists would be able to think and act as a unit. Almost 100 years later, their mission remains a guiding principle. The not-for-profit group practice is guided by the tenet that patient care, research and education are inextricably linked in order to provide each patient with the best possible care. U.S. News & World Report ranks Cleveland Clinic as America’s no.2 hospital.
Cleveland Clinic Cancer Community Outreach is a dedicated team with a mission to help educate and support the surrounding communities of all Cleveland Clinic hospitals and service areas. Cancer Community Outreach staff are frequently out in the community training advocates, providing educational opportunities for underserved communities, providing patient navigation services, and offering cancer screening programs to those in need.
“Thank you for considering to support the outstanding work of our outreach program in providing equitable access to breast cancer screening and education in order to improve breast cancer outcomes for our community.” — Dr. Halle Moore, Director of Breast Oncology
Donations are always appreciated, but there are lots of great ways to get involved.