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C.A.R.E Clinic

Urgent C.A.R.E. (Comprehensive Assessment Rapid Evaluation) Clinic for Patients of Virginia Oncology Associates

Cancer treatment often comes with side effects. For patients at Virginia Oncology Associates, schedule a visit with our C.A.R.E Clinic if you are experiencing acute symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, new leg swelling, rash, infection, or other side effects related to your treatment.

VOA's Norfolk location at the Sentara Brock Cancer Center offers urgent medical care for VOA treatment patients with same-day or next-day appointments. Please note, the C.A.R.E clinic is not for emergency care. If you are experiencing signs of chest pain, trouble breathing, severe bleeding, or other emergency-related symptoms, please dial 911

To schedule an appointment call:

(757) 466-8683
Select Option #5

C.A.R.E Clinic Locations: 

Brock Cancer Center
6251 E Virginia Beach Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23502
2nd Floor

Port Warwick
1051 Loftis Blvd. Ste. 100
Newport News, VA 23606 

For help after hours, during the weekend, and over holidays, please page our on-call healthcare provider.

Listen to our podcast episode about cancer symptom management.

On this episode of Cancer Care Connections, Kara DeMott, Urgent Care Physician Assistant, and Advanced Practice Provider supervisor with VOA, breaks down common symptoms seen at VOA's care clinic for patients undergoing cancer treatment. She discusses how to navigate the often-turbulent waters of managing side effects at home and when to seek medical attention. Tune in for a heartfelt exploration of the strides being made in urgent care for oncology at VOA, and the compassionate, comprehensive approach needed to support those affected by cancer.