Dr. Lindsay Robell has joined University of Michigan Health-West as a neuro-oncologist for the Cancer Network of West Michigan. Dr. Robell provides: Diagnosis and treatment of patients with primary brain tumors. Management of neurologic complications of cancer. Administration of intrathecal chemotherapy for patients with leptomeningeal metastases from systemic cancer. Now accepting referrals University of Michigan Read More
Come and hear about common issues with gastrointestinal health. Three specialists in Gastroenterology, Colorectal Surgery and Surgical Oncology will meet with you to dispel common myths about cancer screening and prevention, cancer treatment options, acid reflux, GERD management, inflammatory bowel disease, constipation, hemorrhoids, and liver and pancreatic diseases. Join us in-person or online. Registration is required.
Services Contact Information Heart & Vascular: 616.252.5950 Infectious Disease Care: 616.252.6050 Pulmonary Medicine: 616.252.5220 Lab Services: 616.252.7151 Neurosciences: 616.252.5790 Wound Care: 616.252.7494
UM Health-West providers are committed to helping patients in West Michigan experience quality care and exceptional treatments. Team Approach UM Health-West has a deep bench of specialists dedicated to providing top-notch cancer care. Colorectal Surgery Gastroenterology Gastroenterology/Endoscopic Gynecologic Head & Neck Surgery Pulmonary Medicine Thoracic Surgery
Even with health insurance, we recognize that the financial impact of cancer treatment can still be significant. We provide a financial coordinators to walk through the process with you and help identify options for assistance. Our financial coordinator can review materials, make sure you understand documents and offer assistance in a number of areas including: Read More
We are dedicated to helping cancer survivors live their lives as fully as possible after cancer treatment. Our survivorship coordinator will work closely with your health care team to develop a comprehensive written care summary and personalized follow-up plan. The plan addresses dealing with the long-term effects of cancer as well as adjusting to other Read More
There was a pit in her stomach and a lump in her throat as Deb Wieringa prepared to tell her family the news, and it wasn’t good. She watched as the faces of her loved ones filled with fear and sadness. She was facing a ferocious disease and the strong possibility it might take her Read More
Going to my first chemotherapy infusion, I felt like a ball of nerves. The shock of being diagnosed with lung cancer was still fresh in my mind, and I didn’t feel ready to start this terrifying journey. But I had my wife by my side, and an army of friends and family praying for me, Read More