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Martha Jefferson Hospital offers a number of resources to meet the community needs. From libraries to interpreters to important health-related forms, we offer you the information and services that help you make better decisions regarding your health.
The Cancer Resource Center is more than a repository for information. The center offers books, pamphlets and videos concerning cancer in its various forms, and the center has more: experienced, certified, oncology nurses who can help direct those who seek information but also help allay unfounded fears. The Cancer Resource Center is free and available to anyone in the community with a question about cancer. You may contact the Cancer Resource Center at (434) 654-8401.
The HealthSource Library can provide free and individualized service to you from our authoritative medical resources. The Library resources include:
You can receive information from the HealthSource Library by doing one of the following:
Trained volunteer staff will provide a prompt response to your request. Confidentiality will always be respected. On select mornings, volunteer staff is available to assist you with your library needs on a walk in basis.
Medicine Plus (U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Senior Navigator, a national model for aging and disability resources.
Martha Jefferson respects the individual's right to and need for effective communication. To meet the communication needs of all individuals, Martha Jefferson offers language assistance to individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP) as well as those with disabilities that necessitate the need for interpreter services.
To ensure that individuals with LEP or other communication barriers can effectively access services, appropriate Language Assistance will be provided:
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We believe it is our responsibility to educate the community about health-related issues and to help prepare you for your future medical care. We wish to ensure every patient has the following information at their disposal:
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