September 23, 2018
Robert R. Cawley, D.O.
Dover, NH 03802
Understanding your cancer diagnosis and making decisions about your care are not easy. It can be overwhelming.
We want you to understand your diagnosis, explore your options and share in your treatment decisions. Nurse Navigators can help.
Our Oncology Nurse Navigators are experienced and certified oncology RNs who offer personalized assistance to patients, families and caregivers to help alieve anxiety and stress and act as a healthcare advocate.
All Seacoast Cancer Center patients newly diagnosed with cancer are connected with a dedicated Nurse Navigator who can:
Nurse Navigators educate and guide patients through their full continuum of care, from diagnosis and treatment through to survivorship. They also play a key role in promoting screening and prevention programs in the community.
This service is offered to patients at no additional cost.
Nanci Helton, RN, BSN, OCN
Oncology Nurse Navigator, Lung Cancer and Head & Neck Cancers
Heather Lynch, RN, BSN, OCN
Breast Cancer Navigator
Stephanie Kendall Marcotte, RN, BA, BSN, OCN
Genitourinary Cancers & Skin Cancer Navigator
Shelly Boesch, RN, OCN
Multidisciplinary Nurse Navigator
Kathy Quinn, RN, OCN
Gynecology-Oncology Program Manager
Gina Capen, RN, OCN
Seacoast Cancer Center Access Nurse
You can reach the Nurse Navigators by calling the Seacoast Cancer Center at (603) 742-8787.
If your Nurse Navigator is not readily available, any one of our other Navigators will be happy to assist you.