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Welcome to the Oncology Support Team.

GEHA is here to support you during your cancer treatment journey as well as after a hospital stay and during your transition home.

You now have a dedicated Oncology Certified Nurse that will work with you and your provider to meet your health care goals during your active cancer treatments.

This benefit is included with your GEHA medical plan.*

Customer Care is your primary contact for claims and benefits questions and can be reached at 800.821.6136.

*If Medicare or other coverage is your primary payer, you are not personally eligible for this program but your covered family members are.

We are dedicated to helping you through your cancer journey.

We are happy to assist with the following:

  • Manage side effects specific to your cancer treatment
  • Work with a pharmacist regarding medications
  • Follow up after a hospital stay to ensure home needs are met
  • Locate in-network providers and specialists
  • Connect with personal lifestyle and disease management coaches
  • Locate home care services available specific to your cancer diagnosis
  • Access and provide evidence-based educational materials, tools, and resources
  • Maximize your medical plan benefits

Meet your team


Get to know Sasha.


888.216.8246, ext. 7418

Sasha has been a registered nurse in the field of oncology for the last eight years. During her career she has gained a vast knowledge in chemotherapy treatments as well as other treatment options offered to the oncology population. Her passion is serving the oncology population and providing resources and emotional support to GEHA members and their caregivers. Sasha is privileged to have the opportunity to positively impact members during their treatment.


Get to know Jennifer.


888.216.8246, ext. 7403

Jennifer has been serving patients in the health care population for over 10 years. She found her passion for oncology five years ago and has spent that time tending to oncology patients at the bedside and outpatient clinics where Jennifer administered chemotherapy treatments. Her passion is supporting members and their families through their cancer journey. Jennifer is honored to share her knowledge and provide education and resources to the oncology population at GEHA.

Resources & quick links

Resources and support

The American Cancer Society provides information and support for patients, caregivers and families, including nutrition information, rides and lodging services, help finding low-cost resources and more.

Get information and support programs in your area

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Cutting-edge research

The National Cancer Institute is the federal government’s principal agency for cancer research and training.

Find the latest medical advances

Community resources

Discover the types of services available and how to get the help you need.

Find your local and national resources

Scientific resource library

From videos and podcasts to blogs, interactive tools and features, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offer cancer information in a variety of formats.

Get accurate info the way you want it

Breast cancer support resources

The Susan G. Komen Foundation offers many ways to receive emotional support and scientific information for patients, family and friends.

Find your sources of support

Find your community

The Cancer Support Community believes no one should face cancer alone. Talk with an expert, build an online community or connect in-person with these resources.

Find support to navigate cancer

Patient guidelines

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network offers more than 55 free books and webinars to help discuss treatment options, find support and more.

Get free resources

Trusted, compassionate information

The American Society of Clinical Oncology provides information encompassing types of cancer, navigating care, coping with cancer, survivorship and more.

Look at patient education materials

Financial support

FindHelp developed this resource to help you find financial assistance, food pantries, medical and other free or reduced-cost help.

Connect to support