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Cancer Care Coordinator

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If you’re currently navigating through your cancer journey and feel that you would like some assistance, the Cancer Navigation Program located in Stanton Territorial Hospital, is an excellent resource.

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Within the Cancer Navigation Program there are two Nurse Navigators who are Registered Nurses and one Oncology Medical Social Worker; all team members will work closely with the patient their families, and their health care team to offer assistance and direction through their cancer journey. 

A Cancer Navigator (Nurse, Social Worker, or both) will act as the patient’s guide through the cancer care system and can be your primary contact to answer questions and coordinate care between all members of your healthcare team. 

The Cancer Navigators will partner with you and provide supports to meet your emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs. The Cancer Navigators will also provide information and resources to best prepare you for appointments, tests, and treatments, and help connect you with valuable community resources. 

The Cancer Navigation Program is for any patients and their support networks that are impacted by cancer, and reside in the NWT.


If you are a person living with cancer, you can ask your health care provider to connect you with the Cancer Navigation Team, or you can contact the program directly yourself.  You do not need a referral.

Self-refer to the Navigation Program by phone or email: 

Phone toll-free: 1-866-313-7989 
Email: or 

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