Middletown, NY – Orange Regional Medical Center’s Spagnoli Family Cancer Center will host a celebration of life and mini health fair in conjunction with National Cancer Survivors Day (NCSD) on Sunday, June 7, 2015. The event will take place in Orange Regional’s Conference Center located at 707 East Main Street, Middletown, NY, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This free event is open to anyone that has been diagnosed with cancer, is in treatment for cancer or has completed cancer therapy, as well as their friends, family members and caregivers. The event will include a mini health fair, food, music and, most importantly, a celebration of the lives of the cancer survivors in our community. Reservations are required by June 5, 2015 by calling 1-888-321-6762.
“National Cancer Survivors Day is a celebration we cherish and look forward to every year. Whether you’re a cancer survivor, recently diagnosed with cancer, a relative, friend or a medical professional – it is a day where everyone can connect to commemorate life,” says Orange Regional’s Administrator of Oncology Services, Regina Toomey Bueno.
For more information about Orange Regional Medical Center’s Spagnoli Family Cancer Center Services visit www.ormc.org/cancer.
Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.
About Orange Regional’s Comprehensive Cancer Services
The Spagnoli Family Cancer Center provides a comprehensive range of services for diagnosing and treating various types of cancers. From breast and lung cancer to esophageal and head or neck cancer, Orange Regional offers the latest diagnostic and cancer-fighting technologies, including robotic surgery, radio frequency ablation and the most-advanced radiation therapy technology. The Center provides treatment options and procedures locally for all stages of cancer. Trained at the nation’s most prestigious medical centers, Orange Regional offers a team of experienced physicians who are backed by our skillful, certified oncology nurses and caring staff. For more information, visit www.ormc.org/cancer.