At Tuality Healthcare, an OHSU Partner, it's an honor and a privilege to serve those near us. That's why since our beginnings in 1918, and as we expand our strong network of services through our clinical affiliation with OHSU, we continue to be committed to providing the best health care possible and a valued community partner. Watch what happens when we combine our deep understanding of the community’s health needs with OHSU’s leadership in healthcare innovation.
Tuality’s many awards showcase our position as one of the Portland metro area’s premier health care providers, including 3rd Healthiest Employer in Oregon from The Portland Business Journal, Tuality’s 5th straight Gold Plus from the American Heart Association, and #1 Nationwide Best Hospital IT Department to work for according to Healthcare IT News.
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The Oncology Patient Advocate provides psychosocial services to patients, families, and significant others facing the impact of a cancer diagnosis. The scope of the position includes clinical practice, education, and research. The oncology patient advocate provides services to patients and families throughout all phases of the cancer continuum, including prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, end of life care, and bereavement. The psychosocial services provided include individual, family and support group counseling, education, advocacy, discharge planning, home care planning, case management, and program development. The oncology patient advocate is an integral part of the health care team and contributes to the development and coordination of the overall treatment plan. In collaboration with other disciplines, the oncology patient advocate also links patients with a variety of services necessary to meet the cancer patient’s multiple needs. Services are provided to both inpatients and outpatients. Key relationships for the oncology patient advocate are cancer patients and families; physicians; nursing; radiation therapists; pastoral care; hospice services; medical office staff; all THC entities and departments that provide specialty services for cancer patients; volunteer programs; and community agencies.