WESTON – Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital recently announced the opening of its newly constructed 6,800 square foot Lozick Women’s Center, designed to provide a seamless and holistic experience for patients undergoing screening, diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer.
Funded with Philanthropic support, patients at the Lozick Women’s Center will be cared for by a multidisciplinary team of experts including breast surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, breast radiologists, plastic surgeons, breast pathologists, physician assistants, nurses and a certified patient navigator.
“The Lozick Women’s Center offers women’s health services in a comfortable and healing environment,” said Rodolfo J. Blandon, MD, MBA, President of Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital. “We are grateful to our donors who supported our vision for the Women’s Health Center, and our mission to provide our patients with world-class care.”
Diagnostic services at the Lozick Women’s Center will include breast imaging services, state-of-the-art 3D mammography, pelvic ultrasound, breast biopsy and bone density services.
Patients will also have access to support services to help them navigate the changes and challenges associated with breast cancer. Complimentary medicine services such as massage therapy, Reiki, yoga, nutrition education and art therapy are available to address the “whole person” through a holistic treatment. In addition, comprehensive psychotherapy services are available to promote the deepest level of healing possible and include traditional psychotherapy and non-traditional therapies, such as heart-centered meditation and guided imagery.
Genetic counseling is also available for cancer risk assessment and treatment planning, with the focus on targeting the right tumors with the right therapies.