b'SPRING 202111Nurse NavigationOncology Nurse Navigators guide patients through the cancer care continuum from diagnosis intoCaitlin Roberts, BSN, RN, OCNsurvivorship. They work with patients to identify and remove barriers to care through coordination of servicesand patient education.Kim Pauliks, BSN, RNCertifi ed Mastectomy FitterNancy Lockhart, RN, CFm Fittings available for women who have had breast surgery. We provide post-operative camisoles, mastectomy bras, prosthetics and some everyday items. By appointment. For more information, call (603)227-7000, ext. 6972.Catie Casey, CMFThe HOPE Resource Center at Concord HospitalTo view a list of programs and services Payson Center for Cancer Care providesprovided at HOPE Resource Center, visit: important care, free of charge to patients and their families, that complements life-saving cancer treatment. In 2020:HOPEs services grow from a fi rm foundation of compassionate support from professionalsConcord Hospital invested more than $396,000 to support HOPE Resource who recognize that cancer aff ects an entireCenter programs and services;family and that patients need continued careMore than $310,000 was raised at Payson Centers virtual Rock N Race, after medical treatment ends. presented by Merrimack County Savings Bank;The Center off ers everything from supportive counseling and support groups to guidedConcord Hospital Trust provided another $343,726 to support HOPE Resource imagery,aromatherapy, dietary and fi nancialCenter programs;guidance, Reiki, free wigs, breast cancer garments and spiritual care. The Lend Me a Hand and Gene Gillis Funds provided nearly $49,000 to support 320 patients with out-of-pocket expenses such as gas and groceries; The Center also supports out-of-pocket expenses for cancer patients in need withHOPE Resource Center social workers provided more than 1,500 patient gift cards to help pay for groceries, gas andcontacts and Nutrition Services provided 1,256 patient contacts.oncology related medications.'