Compassionate, Expert, Cancer Guidance
Navvisa oncology nurses provide confidential guidance to patients and caregivers via smartphone or computer.
How Do I Sign Up?
Navvisa is provided as an employee benefit available to employees and their adult dependents.
Wherever you are in your cancer journey, you can have access to an expert Navvisa cancer nurse. The licensed Navvisa oncology nurse is dedicated to you, and is there to answer questions, guide decision making, and support you through screening, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship.
Click “Employees Register Here” to get matched to your personal cancer nurse.
It’s like having your own cancer nurse in your back pocket.
Your personal nurse stays with you throughout your cancer journey and gets to know your needs and goals
Your nurse is as close as your smartphone for video calls and messaging—even take us with you to your doctor appointments
We put you at the center of your care with personalized cancer guidance plus expert nutrition, genetics, and survivorship resources
For those supporting a family member or loved one with cancer, our guidance reduces anxiety and helps you shoulder the load
We translate complex medical terms, perform comprehensive assessment, and partner with you to create a personalized care plan
Your Navvisa nurse ensures the quality of your care and helps you manage symptoms and side effects
What care clients say about Navvisa
“I wouldn’t have been able to continue working without Navvisa helping me with my chemo symptoms. I just wanted one part of my life to feel normal.”
“My Navvisa nurse heard things in my doctor appointments that I didn’t. My doctor even checked to see that she had all of our questions answered. It was a great comfort to let someone else carry the burden for a while.“
“I wanted to help my wife, but I was struggling with my own emotions. When I found Navvisa, I finally felt seen. It was great to have someone understand that cancer affects the entire family.“
Did you know?
A typical doctor visit averages less than 17 minutes
Patients forget 40%-80% of information discussed
50% of information is remembered incorrectly