whenever possible, in the comfortable setting of our Infusion Center complete with wireless access and cable television. SBOHP clinicians are oncology certified registered nurses with extensive experience caring for oncology and hematology patients. Please check in and check out with the front office staff each day of treatment. Supportive Care Stanford Hospital & Clinics provides our supportive care team. The Cancer Supportive Care Program serves as a bridge between standard medical care and non-medical healing for patients, their families and their caregivers. It is a FREE integrated resource that simplifies the treatment process and provides information and support to cancer patients and their families during their care at SBOHP. Our goal is to help our patients and their families cope with cancer in a manner that will reinforce the healing environment. At SBOHP, a social worker and dietician are an integral part of your clinical care team and work closely with your physician, nurse practitioner, and nurses to provide you with comprehensive clinical support. Our social worker is available to provide individual counseling, couples and family counseling, parent guidance, support groups, information and education, referral to community resources, and guided imagery & meditation. She assists patients with coping, family concerns, communication, caregiver support, managing stress, decision making, improving quality of life, and advance care planning. Our dietician provides individualized nutritional consultations to help patients assess nutrition risk. She encourages healthy eating in order to enhance quality of life, offers strategies for side effect management, provides follow up care as needed throughout the treatment process and beyond, offers resources for healthy eating, weight management, and recipe and menu planning.