We have a variety of services to support you, focusing on you as a whole person.
- Cancer Counseling
- Acupuncture and Naturopathic Medicine
- Mental Health
- Classes (Yoga, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction)
- Patient support through American Cancer Society Patient Navigator
- Transitions Breast Cancer Survivorship Program
We have licensed clinical social workers on staff to assist you with your emotional health during treatment. They are trained to provide support, resources, and guidance specific to patients with cancer.
Acupuncture and Naturopathic Medicine
Through our family medicine department we have access to medical doctors with special training in Chinese Medicine and acupuncture as well as experienced practitioners of naturopathic medicine. Many patients find it helpful, for example, to get acupuncture right before or after chemotherapy to help reduce side effects.
Registered dietitians are on staff for any questions and are present during our “Infusing Knowledge” class on chemotherapy. We can arrange a one-on-one consultation at any time for specific needs and questions.
We offer a variety of support classes at any given time, check our schedule for the most updated information. Currently we are offering classes in yoga and mindfulness based stress reduction.
Our American Cancer Society Patient Navigator, is available to assist with practical needs like transportation, wigs, Look Good Feel Better classes, and Reach to Recovery referrals.
Patients who have completed their breast cancer treatment often wonder "What is the next step?" Our Transitions Clinic help patients with this phase of survivorship.
Shannon Rentz, R.D.
Shannon Rentz is a Registered Dietitian for the OHSU Surgical Weight Reduction Center and is a Certified Adult Weight Management Specialist with the American Dietetic Association. Shannon provides medical nutrition therapy and counseling for patients with breast cancer.
Kerry Weymouth, M.Div., M.S.W.
Kerry has been working in oncology for over 12 years. She works with the breast, gynecologic, and lung cancer patients in the outpatient clinic, assisting in and supporting their psychosocial well-being during treatment and beyond. She has a special interest in mindfulness-based interventions and strengths-based approaches to psychosocial oncology care.
Yunpeng Luo, L.Ac., D.A.O.M.
Dr. Luo is a board-certified and Oregon licensed acupuncturist and herbalist specializing in pain management, health issues and neurological disorders.
Lynne Shinto, N.D., M.P.H.
Dr. Shinto chose a career in medicine because she wanted to help people move from illness to wellness. She uses natural medicine to help expand treatments that can be used with conventional medicine. Her favorite part of being a doctor is meeting smart, interesting people with fascinating stories.