The Seton Cancer Survivor Center offers medical examinations to monitor for late effects, as well as educational and support programs to address the long-term physical and emotional needs of adolescent and young adult cancer survivors, providing them the tools to live as fully as possible. The program is designed for patients ages 18 to 39 that are two years or more off treatment for any type of cancer. The center is part of the University of Texas Physicians Group and is available to patients no matter where they received their cancer treatment.
Through Seton's network of cancer services, survivors can continue to receive excellent clinical care from diagnosis onward. Patients under 18 years of age are seen at the LIVESTRONG Survivorship Center at Dell Children's Medical Center.
Appointments are available Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. Please call us at 512-324-9652 to schedule an appointment.
What to Expect During Your First Visit
- Please bring identification and your insurance card if available.
- The nurse navigator will review your past treatment with you and discuss any current problems or concerns you may have.
- We will also ask you to fill out a questionnaire that will help us learn more about you and your home and family.
- Patients are given a thorough screening and health evaluation by our team – professionals who specialize in survivorship issues.
- Patients are provided with their treatment summary and survivorship plan that lists treatment and medical information related to the patient's diagnosis and any potential long-term problems. The survivorship plan includes recommendations for patients and their primary care providers, ensuring that patients stay as healthy and informed as possible.