Financial Support

Alpha Med Cancer Center is committed to helping make your cancer treatment affordable.

Whether you have private health insurance or government sponsored insurance, understanding what costs to expect before starting treatment can help you manage the financial impact of cancer care. Your personal costs will depend on several factors, including the length and type of your cancer treatment plan and the extent of your health insurance coverage.

Our Financial Navigator team can help identify or suggest ways to help reduce or manage your associated costs, and refer you to support services that may offer assistance with the financial challenges you may be facing.   We will work with you to develop a personalized payment plan that meets your financial needs.

If you have any questions or need additional information you may reach one of our Financial Navigators at 708-745-9955.

Our Financial Navigator team is located in Suite LL3 at our Tinley Park location.


Alpha Med Cancer Center is committed not only to the physical well-being and recovery of our patients, but also to the taking care of their emotional and psychological needs.  Numerous resources are available in our community as well as on the internet to help guide patients through the treatment process as well as through their journey once treatment is successfully completed.

Cancer Support
Local organization providing support and guidance to cancer patients, survivors, and their families.

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)
Provides treatment guidelines for patients for a broad array of diseases.

American Cancer
Find support and learn about making treatment decisions, coping with side effects, handling financial matters, caregiving, as well as services to help manage cancer treatment recovery.

Illinois Chapter of the American Cancer / 800-227-2345
Your local American Cancer Society office is your source for the most relevant information to help guide you.

Connects cancer patients with volunteers to help guide patients through the diagnosis and treatment course, free-of-charge.

An organization that provides telephone, online and face-to-face counseling, support groups, education, publications and financial and co-payment assistance, free-of-charge.
Contains helpful information on chemotherapy as well as side effects and their management.
Website offering patients receiving radiation with a wide variety of materials, including what to expect before, during, and after radiation therapy.

Gilda’s Club
A place where those who have cancer, as well as their family and friends, can be a part of a community and find support.

Road to Recovery Transportation
Road to Recovery is an American Cancer Society service program that provides transportation for cancer patients to their treatments and home again.