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Mammography Patient Navigation Patient Relief Fund

Since its inception in 1921, Cleveland Clinic has emerged to its current status as one of the nation’s largest and most active medical centers. With more than 220 outpatient locations and 18 hospitals, our nearly 6,000-bed capacity enables us to serve our communities on a massive scale. We are proud to serve more than 9 million patients each year, and our more than 68,000 caregivers around the world are truly dedicated to our patients. In 2020, our Community Benefit contribution totaled $1.31 billion. Taussig Cancer Institute’s Community Outreach Program was established in 2005 to eliminate cancer disparities in the underserved neighborhoods surrounding Cleveland Clinic; the focus of this program has been to build relationships with the community in order to reduce disparities and increase access, including to cancer screenings. Cancer Community Outreach is a dedicated team with a mission to help educate and support the surrounding communities of all Cleveland Clinic hospitals and service areas. Staff are frequently out in the community training advocates, providing educational opportunities for underserved communities, providing patient navigation services, and offering cancer screening programs to those in need.

“We are honored to continue partnering with the National Breast Cancer Foundation in our work to care for our underserved community members. As you know, early detection and treatment is crucial, and your funding ensures that we provide screening and navigation services – without financial burden – to all who need them.” — Pamela Combs, DNP, APRN-CNP APP, Manager of Community Outreach


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