Gayle Wilkins, Fort Worth Support Group, Education

Gayle Wilkins, MSN, RN, OCN
Facilitator

The Fort Worth Prostate Cancer Support Group moved from the Moncrief building to the Klabzuba Tower at THR Harris, FW. This group has been active for more than fifteen years. Its members share a variety of prostate cancer treatments. Facilitator of this group is Gayle Wilkins. Gayle is an experienced radiation-oncology nurse.
Members of the group are also actively involved in community events such as health fairs, speaking engagements and volunteer services at screening events. Currently they are staffing the award-winning "Let's Talk on Tuesday ... About Prostate Cancer" face-to-face survivor chat at the Klabzuba Tower at Texas Health Methodist Hospital in Forth Worth. Serving the Community!

Meetings:     Every 3rd Monday, 6:00-8:00 pm, 1300 W Terrell Ave, Suite 100
                      Note: Because of COVID-19, this session currently is a Zoom meeting only

Facilitator: Gayle G. Wilkins, MSN, RN, OCN; 817-250-1868, GayleWilkins@texashealth.org

See main page for meeting information.

Note: Because of the current Pandemic we are also joining the NTxPCC monthly 
Zoom sessions , 2nd Monday of the month! 

The FW Group is also having their separate meeting on the 3rd Monday (see below)!

Previous Speaker Meetings, 2019

March 18, Parker Read, Moncrief/UTSW (Genetics Counselor)  "Genetic Testing"
April 15, James Earl: "Cancer Care Services" (Fort Worth)


Monday, September 18th

6:00 p.m. -  7:00 (?) p.m.

ZOOM Only!

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android (audio and video):

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 Password: 385342

Or iPhone one-tap (audio only):

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                                                       Or Telephone (audio only):

 US: +1 346 248 7799  or +1 253 215 8782  or +1 669 900 6833

 

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Helping Hands Award from Texas Health Fort Worth

(from left) Monty Knapp, Dan Groves, Mike Butler and Wolfram Blattner receiving the Helping Hands Award from
Texas Health CEO Doug Hawthorne.