Oncology Social Workers

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Support for You and Your Family

We understand that each person’s cancer journey presents a unique set of challenges for the patient and their loved ones. That’s why the Penn Medicine | Virtua Cancer Program provides a full range of counseling services.

Oncology Social Workers 

Our experienced social workers specialize in supporting you and your family through the challenges of a cancer diagnosis and treatment. They understand that cancer affects each person in a different way. Our social workers provide:

  • Free counseling for individuals, couples, and families, along with connections to services that can reduce stress for you and your family through all phases of cancer treatment and survivorship
  • Assistance with insurance coverage, Social Security and disability benefit information, and community referrals for housing, transportation, and long-term care
  • Facilitation of various support groups, including the breast cancer and gynecologic cancer support groups 

Counseling is available in person or through telehealth appointments.

Connect to an Oncology Social Worker

Brie Bernhardt, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C
Voorhees
Washington Township
bbernhardt@virtua.org
856-247-7376


Natalie Conboy, MSW, LCSW
Moorestown
nconboy@virtua.org
856-206-4730

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Classes & Support 

Virtua offers a range of classes and support groups to assist patients and their families during and after cancer treatment.

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