- What do I do if I think I may have cutaneous lymphoma?
- What types of cutaneous lymphoma do you manage?
- May I bring a care partner with me to appointments?
- What if I don’t have health insurance or have other financial concerns?
What do I do if I have a concern about my skin?
If you have a concern about your skin, you can:
- Call us directly at any time for an appointment.
- Visit your primary care provider for a clinical assessment and ask them for a referral to our program.
At a cutaneous lymphoma diagnostic appointment, we evaluate all of your symptoms. If you need further tests, such as a skin biopsy, blood tests, or imaging, we schedule them for you. When you have a complete diagnosis, we design an evidence-based treatment plan tailored to your unique case.
What types of cutaneous lymphoma do you manage?
We provide care for many types of cutaneous lymphoma.
May I bring a care partner with me to appointments?
We recognize the important role of loved ones and care partners in your journey and work with you to keep them involved. We follow Dartmouth Health guidelines for visitors. Sometimes our visitor policies may be more restrictive for some treatment venues, such as the infusion room. This helps us protect our immunocompromised patients.
What if I don’t have health insurance or have other financial concerns?
We connect you with our Patient Financial Services office to assess your insurance options and to help get you signed up for a plan. If you have financial stress or other concerns about the cost of your treatment, please ask to speak with our social worker about additional resources.