Join Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) for a free health education dinner and
get answers to your questions about improving your overall health and
cancer prevention. The dinner is Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 7 p.m., at
the OMC Parkway Center. It is free, but reservations are required by calling
Dianne Richardson, RN, Interim Executive Director of Nursing, formerly
Interim Director of OMC Cancer Treatment Center and an Oncology Registered
Nurse for 50 years, will be the guest speaker.
Dr. Barjinder Singh, Board Certified Oncologist at OMC Cancer Treatment
Center, will be on hand for an interactive Question/Answer session. As
an oncologist, Dr. Singh works with cancer patients to develop a personalized
care plan for their cancer treatment.
In 2019, more than 1.7 million people will be
diagnosed with cancer in the United States, which translates to more than 4,800
new cases a day. Cancer is not a single disease but a group of related
diseases. In addition to the physical problems and emotional
distress caused by cancer, the high costs of care are also a burden to patients,
their families, and the public. Many things in our
genes, our lifestyle, and the environment around us may increase or decrease
our risk of getting cancer.
Scientists are studying many different ways to help prevent cancer.
OMC’s Cancer Treatment Center was designed with patients' comfort
and safety in mind and is equipped to provide high-quality, compassionate
care to patients in south-central Missouri and north-central Arkansas.
Located inside the Shaw Medical Building, they offer their patients the
same leading-edge cancer treatment they can receive in progressive cancer
treatment centers across the country. Their compassionate, personalized
approach provides their patients with comprehensive and effective cancer
care. For more information, contact the OMC Cancer Treatment Center at
Dianne Richardson, R.N., Interim Executive Director of Nursing, Ozarks
Barjinder Singh, M.D. Board-Certified Medical Oncologist, OMC Cancer Treatment Center