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Northeast Florida Cancer Control Collaborative
Funded by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control, through the Florida Department of Health, the Northeast Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NEFCCC) seeks to educate and empower communities on cancer prevention and treatment and collect data to determine the greatest cancer-related needs. The NEFCCC will develop plans and perform actions to meet these needs.
The NEFCCC will be meeting the second Wednesday of March to avoid spring break conflicts in the third week. Please join us next Wednesday, March 12 from 8:00am – 9:00am at St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside.
We will learn more about St. Vincent’s oncology programs and discuss some upcoming opportunities for the collaborative. Please bring any program updates or event announcements that you would like to share.
St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside
1 Shircliff Way
Jacksonville, FL 32204
The meeting will be held in the Acosta-Rua conference room on the 4th floor of the DePaul building. Take the main entrance to the medical center and continue to the end of the street. DePaul parking garage will be on the left.
If you would like to be added to the NEFCCC e-mail list to receive meeting invites, e-newsletters, and other updates, e-mail email@example.com.
The Northeast Florida Cancer Resource Guide is online!
The Northeast Florida Cancer Resource Guide is an online directory of cancer-related resources for patients, family members, caregivers, and healthcare providers. When you list your organization in the Northeast Florida Cancer Resource Guide, you will be provided with a user account to update your listing at any time. We invite you to list your organization for free and help us to make the guide as comprehensive as possible. Click here to create a listing.
Florida Cancer Plan 2010 GoalsPlanning and initiatives of the NEFCCC are in alignment with the Florida Cancer Plan 2010 Goals, and more specifically, the 2012-2013 Florida Cancer Plan Priority Strategies (link provided below).
Goal 1: A coordinated approach among public and private cancer control stakeholders to implement cancer activities statewide
Goal 2: Floridians practice the healthy behaviors associated with prevention of cancer or to reduce risk.
Goal 3: Floridians have access to appropriate health information and effective health services for the timely detection, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer
Goal 4: Floridians affected by cancer are aware of and have access to quality, appropriate services for quality of life, palliative care, and survivorship
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