Cancer Center

Integration of Cancer Patient Services and Establishment of an Applicable Electronic Cancer Information System

1. Under the supervision of the “Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Committee”, the cancer center exert coordination, planning, establishment of cancer care teams, development of cancer diagnosis and treatment guidelines, and implement quality assessment and monitoring operation.

2. Provide nutritional consultation, psychological counseling, palliative care and home-care teams to enhance medical care quality for terminally ill patients, and organize “patient-help-patient” groups.

3. Reinforce cancer diagnosis and treatment services through the integration of multiple disciplines and continuous monitoring of the quality of patient care.

4. Enhance cancer registration team functions by effective management and application of the cancer registry database.

5. Conduct review and analysis of cancer treatment outcomes and publish annual report of cancer diagnosis and care of SHH.

6. Establish an electronic information system for cancer screening, diagnosis, chemotherapy, and case management.

Cancer Database Registry

1. The registration of cancer patients’ database, including the occurrence, diagnosis, treatment, and survival, is performed by certified and qualified personnel. The annual cancer report is published as an important reference for further research.

2. Maintain and manage the security of cancer patients’ database.

3. Enact regulations of cancer database inspection and access to the database system.

4. Disclose the cancer diagnosis and treatment outcomes and epidemiological information in a regular period for academic research use.

5. Provide statistical data to the medical staff for education and research.

Provision of Cancer Prevention and Screening Programs

1. Create a cancer-free, healthy community by establishing the concept of cancer screening.

2. Provide community inhabitants with approachable, utilizable, and accessible treatment model, enabling them to obtain the knowledge of cervical cancer, colorectal cancer, oral cavity cancer, and breast cancer in a quick and accurate way.

3. To enable the general public to actively care about one’s health, voluntarily understand the knowledge about the 4 above mentioned cancers, and build an ”Early Detection, Early Treatment” concept for generating a self-care, healthy life style to encompass no smoking, no chewing of betel nuts, avoidance of health risk factors, regular physical check-ups and screening of 4 cancers.

4. Provide an independent reception for the general public to obtain services of cancer screening and related counseling in a convenient and explicit way.

Promotion of Clinical Education and Training as well as Translational Research

1. Sponsor multidisciplinary tumor board meetings regularly in order to provide a personalized and comprehensive treatment model.

2. Organize education programs of cancer classification and treatment.

3. Provide idea and education of palliative care to medical staffs, volunteers, and social workers.

4. Promote translational researches, execute clinical trials and provide related information.

Quality Assurance and Assessment

1. Determine themes of hospital-wide cancer care quality improvement.

2. Implement cancer diagnosis and care quality improvement plans, and establish mechanisms for monitoring and enhancement of continuous quality improvement.

Prepare for Your First Visit

* Organize medical records

Your patient access specialist will review all of the necessary medical documents we would like you to bring for your first appointment.

Meeting with your doctor and care team: Your doctor and care team will review your medical history and perform a physical exam. Further testing may be scheduled by your care team. Your doctor and care team will discuss next steps with you and your family. Your care team may include:

• Oncology Case managers

• Physical and occupational therapists

• Registered dieticians

If you have any questions or advice, feel free to contact us: