Wilson Cancer Resource Center

A wide range of information related to cancer prevention, detection, treatment and rehabilitation is available at our Cancer Resource Centers.

The Wilson Cancer Resource Center (WCRC), along with some oncology services, has relocated to the new Physician Office Building, part of the Beaumont Medical Center, Sterling Heights on the east campus. The WCRC move marks another phase in the scheduled occupancy of the building, which already has some physician groups on site. With the resumption of the bridge and atrium construction, patients and physicians will soon have easy access between the hospital and the east campus.

Services that have relocated include the multi-disciplinary clinics, the genetic counseling program, lymphedema prevention and management, acupuncture, tumor registry, cancer clinical trials and the Ambulatory Infusion Center. Oncology administration has also made the move.

Radiation Oncology will also relocate, but the relocation date is yet to be determined.  Some oncology services will remain at the hospital. Programs in development include a survivorship center and retail services.

Whether newly diagnosed or a survivor of many years, a cancer diagnosis rearranges priorities and needs. The Wilson Cancer Resource Center provides oncology patients and their families with education guidance and support to help optimize their cancer treatment and survivorship. Services are free and no referral is needed.

Services and information include:

  • A lending library and public computers with Internet access
  • Community- and hospital-based support groups
  • Counseling
  • Diagnosis-specific information
  • Medication assistance program and financial resource information
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Patient education classes
  • Transportation and housing assistance information

The Wilson Cancer Resource Center is now located at 44344 Dequindre Rd. (Troy) and is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 248-964-3430.